Bruce Willis Left Baseball Fans Unimpressed With Disappointing First Pitch at Phillies Game
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The 'Die Hard' actor turns cheers into boos after his ceremonial throw before the Philadelphia Phillies against the Milwaukee Brewers bounces on the ground in Citizens' Bank Park.

AceShowbiz - Bruce Willis was booed by baseball fans after he threw a disastrous first pitch at the Philadelphia Phillies game on Wednesday, May 15.

The 64-year-old actor took on the ceremonial throw before the team competed against the Milwaukee Brewers, and was greeted by cheers from the audience as he walked onto the pitch. But the tone in Citizens' Bank Park changed dramatically after Bruce threw to pitcher Aaron Nola, with the ball bouncing on the ground before Aaron caught it.

The star looked somewhat defeated as his unimpressive toss garnered boos from the crowd, but managed a smile as he posed with the sportsman for a picture afterwards.

The "Glass" star also failed to impress with his batting practice before the game, catching both balls on the side of the bat and sending them up in the air instead of out in front of him.

Bruce grew up near Philadelphia in southern New Jersey, and has filmed several of his movies in the city.

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