Nun throws flawless pitch before White Sox game

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Sister Jean Dolores-Schmidt became the face of the NCAA men's basketball tournament while cheering her Loyola-Chicago Ramblers all the way to the Final Four.

Sister Mary Jo Sobieck, originally from St. Cloud, Minn., took the mound for a pregame first pitch at the White Sox-Royals game Saturday in Chicago. In one of the slickest moves of the season, Sister Mary Jo showed off a cool arm-bounce trick before throwing a strike over the plate. And Sobieck, one of the Dominican sisters at the school in Chicago Heights, Ill., threw out the first pitch before the White Sox took on the Kansas City Royals.

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"She wanted to warm up". She had a mitt and a ball. "She gave him the mitt", Renteria said, via "She stepped back at about 45 feet and threw a bullet". I was like, 'OK, she looks like she can play a little bit, ' so we started talking to her.

Sister Mary Jo Sobieck of Marian Catholic high school captivated America when she threw out the first pitch of the Chicago White Sox game on Saturday. "She said, 'Sure.' Seems to be a really nice lady".

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