Chrissy Teigen is a gorgeous swimsuit model with a personable demeanor. She has expanded her professional expertise behind modeling to cooking, writing and acting. Teigen also happens to be married to recording artist John Legend and is the inspiration for his No. 1 single "All of Me."

One would think there would be no stresses in the world for someone like Teigen. However, since 50 Cent dented in his own reputation with one errant first pitch, Teigen put pressure on herself Tuesday to perform at Dodger Stadium.

Throughout the day, the 28-year-old supermodel documented her preparation for the mound, which included a series of drinks and pitching pointers.

At 3:14 p.m. PT, Teigen Instagrammed a picture with the caption: "Dad making birthday margaritas like only dad can!! I love you dad, happy birthday!!!!"

Clearly, Mr. Teigen was ready to turn it up on his birthday, but Chrissy's drink choice just a few hours before the game could be questioned. After all, the prospect of looking more like she was "In Da Club" than on the field loomed.

By 4 p.m., Teigen was starting to express concern as game time was 7:10 p.m.


Teigen got a bump in her confidence from Mrs. Teigen:


Teigen broke through some of her buzz to focus on the goal at hand. Just before 5 p.m., she began working on her mechanics (in a sweater that can easily be mistaken for a bathrobe). She Instagrammed a video with the caption, "PRACTICE."

The video has more than 17,300 likes. That is some positive reinforcement before taking the mound.

At 5:28 p.m., Teigen made her way to the field to meet with Dodgers catcher Drew Butera to make sure they were going to be on the same page. Butera does not seem as cordial as one may expect the catcher of a supermodel to be. Not a good sign so close to game time.


At 6:55 p.m., MLB.com's Michael Lananna explained the customized name and number on Teigen's Dodger jersey.


To sum it all up, at game time, supermodel Chrissy Teigen was someone drunk on her father's birthday in a Dodgers jersey with a McDonald's reference pitching to a catcher seemingly unimpressed with her fame.

Before taking the mound, Teigen unloaded her feelings to MLB.com. All ended up working out with the actual toss:

Here is a different angle with the explanation of the 40 Nugz reference:

And another from friend Bonnie Cook, who Teigen tackled after the pitch:

Teigen also signed autographs:

And she decided to pose in the restroom:

If there is any black cloud over this ridiculous timeline of events, it is that Legend was nowhere to be found. Legend was busy performing live at Baltimore's Pier Six. He will be live at Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Wednesday night.

The Dodgers won the actual game 5-4 on a walk-off error. After Teigen, Clayton Kershaw took the mound for seven innings, allowing three runs, but earning no decision.

But Chrissy Teigen earned a lot more respect from baseball fans than 50 Cent did.

-- Follow Jeffrey Eisenband on Twitter @JeffEisenband.

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