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Make-a-Wish kid tosses perfect pitch at Brewers game

Eight-year-old Caleb Teisl threw an outstanding first pitch, creating a heartwarming moment at the game between the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday.

8-year-old Caleb Teisl throws ceremonial pitch at Miller Park

Eight year-old Caleb Teisl tosses out one of the best ceremonial first pitches you'll see on Sunday, before the game between the Milwaukee Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals. (Brewers.mlblogs.com)

After all the horrible ceremonial first pitches we've seen over the years (50 Cent, we're talking about you), here's an opening to a ball game with a much more positive vibe.

Eight-year-old Caleb Teisl threw an outstanding first pitch in Milwaukee before Sunday's game between the Brewers and St. Louis Cardinals.

Here are some more impressive ceremonial first pitches, courtesy of the internet.

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