Johnny Manziel Fires First Pitch for Texas Rangers, Puts It More Than a Little Outside (Video)

by NESN Staff

April 8, 2013

Johnny Manziel says he could have pursued a career as a baseball player. His arm says otherwise.

The Texas A&M phenom, who took home the Heisman trophy in his freshman season this year, was invited to Arlington, Texas, to throw out first pitch on Sunday. Manziel got it to the plate, which is half the struggle, but he left it a little — or a lot — wide right.

Manziel talked about the toss afterward, admitting that he was “a little nervous.”

Hear what he had to say about that — and his prospective baseball career — in the video below.

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