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World War II Veteran Has Decent Off-Speed Stuff

World War II veteran Burke Waldron tossed the first pitch for the Seattle Mariners for Monday’s Memorial Day game. Hitters beware: this guy has a mean breaking ball.

The 92-year-old jogged onto the field and delivered a solid first pitch to Mariners catcher Steve Clevenger:

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Waldron checks all the boxes: smooth mechanics, impressive conditioning, more than one pitch (probably). He’s worth a look as an eighth-inning guy.

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