Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

For a man that has portrayed heroes and tough guys throughout his legendary acting career, Bruce Willis might want to learn to play baseball.

Willis threw out the first pitch for the Phillies before their home game against the Milwaukee Brewers Wednesday evening. To say that it didn’t go swimmingly would be an understatement.

The actor spiked the ball several feet in front of home plate, only to be booed by Phillies fans in the process.

That’s about as bad as it gets right there. To take a phrase from Willis’ career, “ Who’s driving this car, Stevie Wonder?”

The good news here is that Willis seemed to be in good spirits after the City of Brotherly Love antics from the home crowd.

The bad news? He’s never going to live this one down.

Vincent Frank
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