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Snoop Dogg throws hilariously bad first pitch at Padres game (Video)

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For the last quarter century that he has been in the rap game (let that digest for a second), Snoop Dogg has been known for being as much of a fan of sports as he is into hip hop and acting. From his support of the USC Trojans to all things L.A., the d-o-double G has also been someone who has used sports as a way of helping youngsters realize their dreams and hopes for a better life.

While Snoop has been known for being a star coach on the football field, he showed that it might be a smart idea to avoid the baseball diamond at all cost. Wednesday, Snoop Dogg threw out the first pitch before the San Diego Padres home game, and let's just say his first pitch would make Ricky "Wild Thing" Vaughn proud:

Somewhere on the East Coast of the country (or in a bankruptcy court somewhere), fellow rapper and actor 50 Cent is thanking God that someone took some of the heat off of him for his beyond awful first pitch years ago before a New York Mets game.

Snoop, you're one of the best in the history of the rap game — don't ruin it by doing this to yourself and the legacy, please, for your fans' sake.

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