Mike Tyson Throws Out First Pitch at Pirates Game, Pretends to Bite Player's Ear

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistApril 18, 2014

The form may not have been pretty, but the result was a strike.

Mike Tyson was in Pittsburgh to promote a boxing event Friday, so he stopped by PNC Park to throw out the ceremonial first pitch Thursday. It was a memorable experience for everyone involved.

Not only did the boxing legend manage to find the strike zone, but he also pulled out one of his signature moves:

Pirates catcher Tony Sanchez was lucky to walk away with both ears. That's classic Tyson.

[MLB, h/t CBS Sports

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