Willie Cauley-Stein threw a strike to kick off the Legends' season

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[caption id="attachment_177508" align="alignnone" width="606"]Instagram: @mykraphone Instagram: @mykraphone[/caption] The Lexington Legends called up the seven-foot righty to throw the ceremonial first pitch in the home opener at Whitaker Bank Ball Park tonight. Willie Cauley-Stein, who played football in high school, took the mound and delivered a 75-mph strike on the inside corner (after two warmup pitches). He told Jerry Tipton the only thing on his mind was to get it to the plate. Curtis Burch from Big Blue Insider has the video:

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