Yoshinobu Yamamoto displays his enormous arm during a ludicrous pregame throw.

Yoshinobu Yamamoto, a pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, managed to slip a cannon past security on Friday at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, New York. To begin a three-game interleague series, the Dodgers made a rare visit to the Yankees. For the road team, Yamamoto got the start in the series opener.

Even before he made his debut pitch, Yamamoto was the talk of the internet. The 25-year-old right-hander mesmerized spectators with his elaborate before toss routine.

Yamamoto’s lengthy throws resembled rocket launches more. With almost little arc on the throw, he was able to successfully toss the ball around 300 feet across the field. The fact that he did it with perfect accuracy and connected with the Dodgers worker who was waiting on the other end of the outfield is perhaps even more astounding. Yamamoto was more than simply a one-hit wonder. The Dodgers won 2-1 in extra innings thanks to his seven shutout innings pitched and seven strikeouts.

The visitors took the lead in the eleventh inning thanks to a hit from Dodgers outfielder Teoscar Hernandez.

During the game, the Yankees gained notoriety for another reason. The team received flak for having a peculiar item of Shohei Ohtani memorabilia available at the stadium shops.

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