While "campaigning" together around the country to promote their upcoming movie, "The Campaign," Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis stopped by Wrigley Field in Chicago this week to make a mockery of the Cubs-Marlins game (in a good way).
The two funny men announced the Cubs' starting lineup with hilariously personalized introductions for each player, not unlike Ferrell did at an NBA game earlier this year.
In the video above you'll hear stuff like, "Ironically he's not Italian!" and "He likes taking long walks on the beach... completely naked." You know, the important stuff you need to know about your baseball players.
If that weren't enough, both comedians did the honor of throwing out first pitches, which the crowd then rated by applause. Galifianakis had a solid pitch, but it was hard to deny that Ferrell won the competition after he ordered a pizza to the mound and shared a slice with Cubs pitcher Ryan Dempster. Watch that video below.
"The Campaign" hits theaters August 10.
WATCH: Will & Zach's First Pitch Competition
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