Move over, Tim Lincecum. This woman has a mean windup.
Agnes McKee of Oceanside, California, turned 105 years old last week, U-T San Diego reported. To celebrate, she threw out the ceremonial first pitch at San Diego's Petco Park on Sunday -- becoming the oldest person to ever do so at a Padres game, according to MLB.com.
Though she pitched in front of a stadium full of screaming baseball fans, McKee told MLB.com she didn't feel nervous.
"It's an exciting time," she told the outlet. "I'm proud to be able to do it."
When it was her time in the spotlight, McKee wheeled herself up to the mound with her walker, and showed the crowd her much-practiced windup. She even got the ball to catcher Rene Rivera.
McKee's age has not stopped her from indulging in an adventurous life. She regularly participates in ballroom dancing and Wii bowling, U-T San Diego reported. When she was 101, she tried indoor sky-diving.
"I am relieved it is over," she told Fox 8 as she left the baseball field on Sunday. "Now I can go relax."
We think she's earned it!
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