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John McEnroe Throws Gas Prior To New York Mets, Yankees Game (Video)

Tennis legend and all-time pesky complainer, John McEnroe, threw gas during his opening pitch ahead of the New York Mets-Yankees game.

Although the home team disappointed greatly in Game 1 of the 2016 Subway Series, the man who represented the New York Mets with the ceremonial first pitch of the game simply did not.

Check out the video above. Freaking John McEnroe, the pesky tennis legend who’s never met an argument he didn’t like, threw absolute gas ahead of the Mets-Yankees game on Monday night.

We’ve seen many pathetic efforts through the years. Carl Lewis and 50 Cent are two celebs who immediately come to mind.

McEnroe’s effort, however, mirrors that of George W. Bush’s famous 2001 World Series first pitch from the Bronx.

McEnroe’s might have registered more smoke on the radar gun.

H/T Twitter, @RNs_Funhouse

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