The Celeb Guide to Throwing Out a First Pitch
Edie Falco knows that a good arch will prevent your pitch from going the way of Carly Rae Jepsen's infamous throw.
GET DRESSED UP TO DO IT
Show the crowd you care to be there, as J.K. Simmons does in his button-down and coordinating slacks.
PLAY UP YOUR HOMETOWN APPEAL
New York City native Jimmy Kimmel knows he already has the crowd's support.
CHANNEL YOUR SPORTY SIDE
She's a comedian, an actress and a designer, but Rebel Wilson almost has us fooled into thinking she's an athlete in her pristine jersey and cap.
OR BRING YOUR OWN STYLE TO THE MOUND
We don't know if this pitch is good or not because we're so focused on Nina Agdal's adorable getup.
GET IN WITH THE MASCOT
He's there for you, as evidenced by the Blue Jays' bird Ace at the ready to lend Kim Cattrall a hand.
WE'RE NOT KIDDING
Seriously, charm him. Heck after this kiss he might even go ahead and throw the ball for Erin Heatherton!
GIVE IT SOME MUSCLE
But first you have to build it, like Noah Galloway obviously has.
LET YOUR HAIR DOWN
This pitch doesn't even count for anything, so just go with it, à la Debra Messing.
TUG AT OUR HEARTSTRINGS
How could you not clap for the Bushes after this display?
DON'T BE AFRAID TO SHOW OFF
Mario Lopez did play a stellar athlete on Saved by the Bell, after all.
BRING YOUR ENERGY
Heck, Johnny Knoxville seemingly runs the bases after his big moment!
DON'T FORGET THE GLOVE
Who knows if the pitcher might get excited and toss the ball back to you, right, Lea Thompson?
PUT YOUR PATRIOTISM ON DISPLAY
This is a sport in which we take breaks to sing the national anthem and "God Bless America," as Duck Dynasty's Willie Robertson obviously knows.
PICK A NICE DAY TO DO IT
Sunshine = advantage. Rain = that ball is totally going to slip out of your hands. Well played, Billie Joe Armstrong.
PUT YOUR WHOLE BODY INTO IT
Honestly we don't have anything to critique here; we're quite impressed by Marcia Gay Harden's form.
WHEN IN DOUBT, WAVE
Everyone's just excited to see a celebrity (like Nancy O'Dell) at their baseball game, anyway.