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Michael Carter-Williams stopped by Miller Park to throw out the first pitch at the Brewers game on Thursday night, which missed the catcher's mitt and found a cameraman’s lens instead.

By Extra Mustard
September 18, 2015

Michael Carter-Williams stopped by Miller Park to throw out the first pitch at the Brewers game on Thursday night, which missed the strike zone and found a cameraman’s lens instead.

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The cameraman did not appear hurt by the wild pitch and the Bucks’ point guard was apologetic about his lack of precision on the mound.

The poor first pitch proved to be a bad omen for the Brewers as they fell to the NL Central-leading Cardinals 6–3, giving St. Louis a three-game sweep and extending the Milwaukee losing streak to six games.

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