Famed MLB luminary and sometimes-comedian Will Ferrell finished his shining career with a Los Angeles Dodgers Thursday. He left a group with a memorable 0.00 ERA
Ferrell pitched all of one-third of an inning during his time with a Dodgers, confronting a San Diego Padres teenager leaguer Rico Noel, who, apparently fearing Ferrellâ€™s coexisting possession of ability and power, motionless to bunt a round behind to Ferrell, who afterwards threw him out during first. Perfection.
“Is there life in this 47-year-old arm?” Ferrell asked. There positively was. Yet notwithstanding an radically ideal pitching performance, Ferrell was told by a group after a at-bat that he had been traded divided to another team
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Ferrell played nine positions with 10 teams
“When we embarked on this tour approach behind during breakfast,” Ferrell said, “I suspicion to myself, ‘Could we do it?’ The answer is yes.”