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Former ‘Man vs. Wild’ Host Bear Grylls Throws a Fiery Fastball – Literally [VIDEO]

Add another one to the list of most memorable first pitches in baseball.

Earlier this week, Bear Grylls, a man clearly comfortable handling the elements as evident by his former Discovery Channel survivor show, Man vs. Wild, threw out the first pitch at a Los Angeles Dodgers game. But instead of just throwing a straight pitch, or goofing around and pretending to look off an imaginary runner on first base, Grylls doused the ball in lighter fluid and literally set it on fire.

Take a look as catcher Matt Treanor nervously shrugs as Grylls asks him if he’s ready for what was surely the most unique pitch he’s ever caught.

[Source: Yahoo! Sports]

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