After finished up rehearsal for the Oprah show which will aired on May 11, Justin Bieber throws out the ceremonial first pitch to Mark Buehrle before Monday’s Royals-White Sox game at US Cellular Field, Chicago.
Justin tweeted the following at 7 p.m. ET:
“Just finished oprah rehearsals, and I’m throwing the first pitch at the white sox game.. Let’s go!”
Bieber was in Chicago to tape an appearance on the “Oprah” show, to air on May 11. During the afternoon, there was a sudden announcement out of the White Sox camp — sudden to the club — that he would be throwing the first pitch that night. At about 8 p.m. ET, Bieber mugged for a picture with Southpaw, the White Sox mascot, and then, wearing a No. 10 jersey with a black Sox cap, he sauntered out toward the mound.
You could see him smile as he looked at his name on the scoreboard, then he got to the mound and looked in to Buehrle catching. Suddenly, Bieber acted as though he was shaking off the ace’s signs, glanced back to second base as if checking a runner and then threw his pitch.