Saturday, September 26, 2009

Yeah, But Can She Hit?

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor will throw out the first pitch at today's Red Sox-Yankees game:

NEW YORK -- United States Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a lifelong Yankees fan who grew up not far from Yankee Stadium, is set to take the mound on Saturday afternoon for a ceremonial first pitch.

The Bronx native will take the mound on Saturday, prior to the Yankees' 4:10 p.m. ET game against the Red Sox on FOX.

Sotomayor, 55, has been dubbed as "the judge who saved baseball." In 1995, as a federal trial judge, Sotomayor issued a preliminary injunction that helped end the Major League Baseball strike of 1994-95.

Hit the strike zone, judge!

(photo added)

(I'm guessing she could over rule the umpires call anyway)


Lockwood said...

Well, it's official: America is dead. Baseball has forever been corrupted by a racist communist fascist wise Latina. Pack your bags folks.

nunya said...

Nice catch, that's a cute pic, :)