Quavo Throws Out First Pitch at Braves-Cardinals NLDS Game 2 in Atlanta: Watch

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Quavo of Migos looks on during batting practice prior to the start of the National League Division Series game 2 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Atlanta Braves on Oct. 4, 2019 at SunTrust Park in Atlanta.

Migos rapper Quavo threw out the first ceremonial pitch before game two of the National League Division Series matchup between the Braves and Cardinals on Friday (Oct. 4).  

It was an extra special occasion for Quavo, who threw the pitch in his hometown of Atlanta at the city's SunTrust Park. In honor of the event, the 28-year-old rapper wore a number 91 jersey (his birth year) with his nickname Huncho printed on the back.

"Let's see what you got, Quavo," the announcer said over the loudspeaker before Quavo excitedly walked onto the field and nailed the pitch.

Prior to the game, Fox Sports tweeted a video of Quavo practicing for the big moment. In the clip, the rapper is seen throwing a perfect pitch behind an older-style building. Watch the video clips below.


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