Throwing out the first pitch at an MLB game is an honor but it also comes with the huge potential for lifelong embarrassment. Canadian tennis star Milos Raonic decided to avoid trouble and play to his strength. Like tennis.

Raonic delivered the first pitch Tuesday night in Toronto before the Blue Jays-Red Sox game by bringing his racquet and launching a serve from the mound. Raonic, who reached the Wimbledon semifinals for the first time this year, can't be accused of offering weak stuff that couldn't even reach the plate.

It was a nice moment that played well to the hometown crowd, but we're just happy that Raonic's first pitch/serve gives us an excuse to run this bit in which TSN of Canada got him to utter a classic Seinfeld line that involves his name.

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