Unlike Dirk Nowitzki and John Wall, Doug Glanville doesn't have an excuse for throwing out a craptastic first pitch. He used to play baseball for the Cubs so, at the very least, he should be able to make a throw from the pitcher's mound to home plate without causing a ruckus. But that's exactly what he did at Wrigley Field on Wednesday afternoon when he threw a first pitch that sailed waaaaaay over the catcher's head. In fact, it was so high that it would have sailed over the catcher's head if the catcher was Yao Ming, making it one of the worst first pitches we've seen in recent history.

SMH. Why do guys even agree to throw these things out anymore? Do they ever end well? [via Comcast Sports Net Chicago]