If you missed last night's game between the Tampa Bay Rays and the Toronto Blue Jays, you missed an incredible feat by Tampa Bay Lightning coach Guy Boucher.
The Rays showed a lot of support to their hockey brethren Friday night according to our Lightning site Raw Charge. Rays manager Joe Maddon wore a Lightning cap and the Rays broadcast team donned Lightning pins, but Boucher's first pitch trumped everything.
Boucher went to the mound with a hockey stick and sent a wrist shot toward the plate. The ball looked like it was going to sail high, but it broke like a 12-6 curve and dropped perfectly into Stephen Vogt's glove for a strike. Vogt putting on a goalie mask and stick made it that much better
There's a great picture on Instagram of Boucher's shot, and Rays Index has a gif of Boucher practicing the shot before the game.
Video of Boucher's pitch/shot after the jump.