So much for the City of Brotherly Love.
Bruce Willis received quite the reception from fans inside Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday night, when the “Glass” actor threw out a less-than-stellar first pitch during the Phillies’ game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
After taking the mound, Willis, 64, threw the ball to Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola, which bounced in front of home plate, prompting what sounded like boos from the crowd.
Prior to the start of the ball game, Willis, a longtime Phillies fan, took part in batting practice and got to meet some players.
“I just like to hit the ball,” Willis told the Associated Press. “I just like the noise. I grew up with the Phillies.”
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