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#pounditFriday, November 27, 2020

Watch: Bruce Willis’ baseball swing is not the prettiest

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Diehard Phillies fan Bruce Willis was at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on Wednesday to hang out with the Phillies and throw out the ceremonial pitch before the team’s game against the Milwaukee Brewers. He also decided to take some batting practice on the field prior to the game, and let’s just say his swing could use some work.

Willis made some solid contact and even drove a few balls, but his form was more on the unconventional side.

He later one-hopped his ceremonial first pitch:

He’s probably not the first player you’d call to fill a spot on your slow-pitch softball team, but he has to be a great clubhouse presence.

Willis, 64, is one of the best known actors in the world. He’s the star of the “Die Hard” franchise, and has other prominent credits such as “Pulp Fiction,” “Armageddon,” “The Sixth Sense,” “Sin City,” and much more. He grew up in Carneys Point Township, New Jersey and was a Phillies fan.

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