Dr. Fauci kicks off 2020 MLB season with ceremonial first pitch

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Dr. Anthony Fauci needs to stick to what he knows. Clearly, it’s not baseball.

The Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) threw out one of the worst ceremonial first pitches in MLB history. In fact, it’s 50 Cent (Curtis James Jackson III) bad.

Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks at “Making AIDS History: A Roadmap for Ending the Epidemic”
Dr. Anthony Fauci speaks at “Making AIDS History: A Roadmap for Ending the Epidemic” (Getty Images)

In May 2014, 50 Cent threw out a ceremonial first pitch for the New York Mets at Citi Field. It was so awful that even Jackson had to crack up laughing after leaving the mound.

Fauci threw out the first pitch before the New York Yankees and Washington Nationals game. This was the first game of the 2020 MLB season.

Over the last several months, the 79-year-old has become a national figure due to the coronavirus pandemic. Early on, he was part of daily briefings with President Donald Trump and other leaders, who were — and still are fighting this infectious virus.

His pitch was so outside that it was social distancing. That’s something that Fauci and others have been demanding that residents around the country do in an attempt to stop the Chinese virus that is also known as the coronavirus.

Since the virus arrived in the United States, more than 4 million people have tested positive for the virus. That’s a small percentage of the 329 million people, who live in the United States of America.

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