4/30/2012 11:30 AM ET |
Filed under: Baseball
Wilmer Valderrama used to play pitcher as a kid and got to play pitcher in big leagues on Sunday when he threw the ceremonial first pitch at the Dodgers game.
The That 70s Show star was at the game to celebrate Viva Los Dodgers Day, which honors the legacy of Latin American Dodgers past and present.
Fans can celebrate the major league baseball team's deep roots within the Hispanic Community all season long too! Ticket holders can attend the family-friendly festivities held 2 hours before every Sunday afternoon home game in Lot 6.
During yesterday's event, Valderrama greeted fans on stage before taking to the field to throw the first pitch. The lucky actor also got to mingle with the team's players. On his way to the stands, where he watched The Dodgers beat The Nationals again, he chatted up shortstop Dee Gordon and catcher A.J. Ellis!
Wanna see Fez's pitching form? Ch-ch-check out more pics (below)!
[Image via LADODGERS/JON SOOHOO.]
Tags: el lay, hispanic community, mlb, that 70s show, the dodgers, the nationals, viva los dodgers day, wilmer valderrama