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Crist Throws Wild Pitch at Rays-Rangers Game

Friday, 08 Oct 2010 12:15 PM

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Senate candidate Charlie Crist better hope his pitch to Florida voters goes better than his first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays-Texas Rangers playoff game Thursday. The former Wake Forest University quarterback and current Florida governor threw wild – high and to the right, Politico reports.

And how did the sellout crowd of 35,535 at St. Petersburg’s Tropicana Field respond? “Ohhhhhhhhhhh.”

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And how did Crist respond? He “threw up his arms in disgust, or perhaps disbelief, after throwing the ball away,” Politico reports.

Crist may be throwing up his arms a month from now too. The Republican turned independent trails Republican Marco Rubio in the polls.




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