Lakers Nick Young and Jordan Farmar had the honor of throwing out the ceremonial first pitch at the Dodgers game Wednesday for their USC/UCLA night, and the duo put on quite the show. Farmar, whose father played baseball, grew up playing baseball and looked like a pro on the field, arriving several hours early to hang out on the field and practice, chatting with Yasiel Puig and Matt Kemp and hanging out in the dugout and clubhouse.
Young strolled in a bit later than Farmar and although he was far from a natural, he had fans laughing and smiling in typical Swaggy P fashion, diving for balls and boasting that the Dodgers should sign him to a 10-day contract. Check out Young’s entertainment worthy wild pitch, despite tips from legend Orel Hershiser. Plus, interviews with Farmar and Young, who hilariously referred to the curve ball as the curl ball, in our Lakers Nation exclusive.