The Reds want you to throw out first pitch ... well not all of you

If former pro wrester Ric "Nature Boy" Flair can throw out the first pitch at an MLB game, as he sort of did before the Reds played the Marlins on July 28, 2017 in Miami, you can.
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If former pro wrester Ric "Nature Boy" Flair can throw out the first pitch at an MLB game, as he sort of did before the Reds played the Marlins on July 28, 2017 in Miami, you can.

Ever wonder if you’d be nervous if asked to throw out the first pitch before a Major League Baseball game?

The Reds are giving fans, or at least one, the chance to find out. And the lucky winner might even get to choose who catches the toss before next Thursday’s game at Great American Ball Park.

Here's how you can take a shot, and at the bottom of the page are examples of how not to throw a first pitch.

If you’re interested, you must enter by 11 a.m. Monday, and there are rules (no lawyer voice, though):

A plea to whomever wins: please do better than these celebrities did when they tried their hands, or arms, or feet, or . . . whatever.