Watch: Jordan Spieth throws wild first pitch at Rangers game

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Now 28, perhaps Jordan Spieth’s best pitching days are behind him.

Wait, what?

Spieth, who celebrated a birthday earlier this week, was given the honors of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at his hometown Texas Rangers’ game on Wednesday night.

This was nothing new for Spieth – he threw out first pitches in 2013, 2015 and ’17, at Arlington, Fenway Park and Wrigley Field. Having checked off his “three bucket-listers,” he said he was hanging up his mitt.

Apparently not.

Spieth was called back to the mound ahead of the Rangers’ home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks … and it didn’t go well. The southpaw threw a low slider that bounced before the batter’s box and skipped off the backstop.

Take a look here:


Spieth sheepishly hung his head and laughed off his poor toss. Hey, it’s one of the few lowlights in what’s been an otherwise incredible year.