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    I finally saw the pitch on Kimmel and I couldn't believe it. I thought people were exaggerating. The ball literally made it halfway. I thought that was funny until I heard the Anthem. Haha. Maybe he should stay away from other sporting venues. I almost feel sorry for him, tainting his image as this great athlete w/ these bonehead appearances...

    Thanks for the site Tom.

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    Is the tape of the pitch on the web, I would like to see that also, I have been working a lot and missed it on sportscenter.

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  • BillVol
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    Thanks, Tom. I was trying to find that. That was even better than I remember! Incredible.

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  • Trackshark
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    ok -- I know you have all asked for it, but you can listen to his performance below. It is in Real One format audio.

    http://www.unclekrinkly.com:9000/ramgen ... sehostname

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    I do have that on tape, Charlie Steiner was my hero.

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  • BillVol
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    http://www.factmonster.com/spot/starmangledbanner.html

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    If you want a good laugh check out his website, it's got fashion shots, acting videos, clothing designs etc. Is there anywhere online I can see his pitching ability? (perhaps he's more of a catcher? LOL )

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  • Twister
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    Now that's funny(the MJ of T&F). I have thought that for a while.

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  • MJR
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    He strikes me as being the Michael Jackson of T&F....

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    I see I'm not the only one who thinks Carl is a little bit strange...

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  • BillVol
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    Carl's version of the national anthem has got to be the funniest I've ever heard. I remember seeing it on Sports Center and when they threw it back to ESPN's Charley Steiner, he couldn't stop laughing. I wish I had that on tape.

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  • Armyrunner
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    Hey, other than embarrassing himself, what's Carl Lewis been up to these days? Is he still involved in T&F in any way?

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  • Twister
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    I would bet a good all around athlete like Carl could throw well. In his prime he could have been a very good base stealer if he had the other skills to play pro ball.

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  • polevaultpower
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    I'll have to ask Brad (Walker) if he watched that pitch For those of you that don't know, Brad is throwing out the first pitch of the Mariners game on July 9th. Unfortunately his throwing hand is broken, so he will either have to try and throw with the cast on or throw left handed.

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    Just curious which is Carl's better personal best, his long jump or how far he threw that opening pitch.

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