JLin Ceremonial Dodgers Pitch

Admin’s Note: Let’s add main videos/pictures in the post as we’re adding extra ones in the comments.  I’ll do the same for Media Day.

On Sept 27, 2014,  Lin was invited to throw the 1st ceremonial pitch in the Dodgers Baseball stadium. This event is usually extended for honorary guests (i.e. artists, politician, non-baseball athletes, etc.)

Lin actually coached the catcher Joc Pederson (guy who caught the baseball) back in Palo Alto to play basketball with Lin’s younger brother!

Jeremy announced, “It’s time to play Dodgers baseball!!!” with quite a flair. (a little Gangnam Style thrown in there)  😆

In Access SportsNet interview with Jeremy Lin at Dodgers Stadium, Jeremy shared about his expectations with the Lakers. At one point, Nomar Garciaparra (6x All-Star MLB ex-baseball player) provided a funny moment when saying, “You played for Knicks … now you’ll be playing for the Lakers” without any mention of Houston stopover for 2 years (mark 1:41)

Jeremy also threw a playful twitter job teasing his new teammate, Nick Young, who did not fare very well in throwing his own 1st pitch.


  1. Los Angeles Lakers @Lakers 7m
    Good follow through @JLin7

  2. Los Angeles Dodgers ‏@Dodgers 15m
    We’ve got a Lintastic first pitch tonight.

  3. dodgercelebs 09.27.2014 Dodgers vs. Rockies. Lakers Jeremy Lin (@JLin7 ) throwing today’s first pitch. #dodgers

  4. Jeremy Lin first pitch.

  5. Compilation of all Jeremy Lin first pitch experience:

  6. Los Angeles Dodgers: Jeremy Lin (Lakers #17) throws out the first pitch

  7. Lakers Jeremy Lin Throws Out First Pitch At Dodgers Game

  8. Thank you @psalm and @jlin_fan_from_australia:disqus… you’re fast 🙂

  9. Interview prior to the first pitch

  10. LOL Psalm is awesome. He got to the idea fast and made me a mod so that I was able to work on this based on his suggestions. Deleted lots of pics but just selected more representative pics. Too many!!!!:o))

  11. Haha. I didn’t know he was taking a jab at Nick Young.

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