Deutsche Bank America CEO Seth Waugh Throws Out First Pitch at Red Sox-Rangers Game, Delivers Perfect Strike

With the Deutsche Bank Championship at TPC Boston in full swing, Deutsche Bank America CEO Seth Waugh and a few PGA pros have been soaking up all that Boston has to offer.

Waugh threw out the first pitch at Friday's Red Sox-Rangers matchup, delivering a perfect strike from the Fenway Park mound. NESN's Don Orsillo called it "one of the best first pitches" he has seen when Waugh joined Orsillo and Jerry Remy in the NESN broadcast booth.

Fenway Park has been a frequent destination for many professional golfers this past week, as Phil Mickelson, Keegan Bradley and Sergio Garcia have made appearances at America's most beloved ballpark.

Mickelson took batting practice with the Sox on Thursday, in addition to throwing out the first pitch at that night's Red Sox-Yankees series finale.

Bradley, a Vermont native, threw out the ceremonial first pitch prior to Tuesday night's game and took part in the coin toss at Thursday's Patriots-Giants game at Gillette Stadium.

Garcia, who practiced with the New England Revolution on Wednesday, also threw out a first pitch at Fenway Park this past week.

The Deutsche Bank Championship, the second stop on the PGA TOUR playoffs, opened on Tuesday and continues through Labor Day Monday. Sept. 5. Tickets for the Deutsche Bank Championship are available at dbchampionship.com. Kids 15 and under receive free grounds admission with a paid adult.

Check out Waugh's first pitch in the photo below.

Deutsche Bank America CEO Seth Waugh Throws Out First Pitch at Red Sox-Rangers Game, Delivers Perfect Strike

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