The 64-year-old actor was selected to throw out the ceremonial first pitch before the Philadelphia Phillies vs. Milwaukee Brewers game at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday, but things didn't go as great as fans anticipated.
Clearly, the expectations were that Willis' first pitch would live up to the superhero standard many of his past characters have set.
For a man that has portrayed heroes and tough guys throughout his legendary acting career, Bruce Willis might want to learn to play baseball. The result ended in a chorus of boos from the sparse crowd on hand. It was a decent throw, but it bounced.
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This was even more embarrassing as Bruce was standing in front of the mound and still missed the plate. The pitch was definitely not "Yippee ki-yay" worthy.
Bruce grew up near Philadelphia in southern New Jersey, and has filmed several of his movies in the city. He got to take batting practice against third base coach Dusty Nathan and borrowed a bat from Phillies outfielder Nick Williams, per the Associated Press.
He eyed Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola - who was serving as temporary catcher - before firing his offering toward home.