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See Chris Throw Out The First Pitch At the Dodgers’ Star Wars Night 7/2

All right, now you know, from today’s hostful Nerdist Podcast, that Chris Hardwick will be throwing out the first pitch at Dodger Stadium for Star Wars Night at the ballpark before the Dodgers take on the Cincinnati Reds at 7:10 pm on July 2nd, He’ll be there to help promote Course of the Force. You want to be there, right? You can, and here’s a great way to do that:

The Dodgers are offering a special ticket for that night that includes admission to a special Star Wars section in the right field Coca-Cola All-You-Can-Eat Pavilion, and, yes, that means all you can eat — unlimited Dodger Dogs, nachos, peanuts, popcorn and soft drinks. You’ll also get a special limited-edition Dodgers/Star Wars t-shirt — I’ve seen the design, and you’ll like it. And in that section, Star Wars characters will be visiting you, too, and you’ll be with your fellow Star Wars fans, so it should be a lot of fun. Did I mention all you can eat Dodger Dogs? Farmer John FTW.

Tickets for that section are available right this very second — they’re $39.25 per ticket, including fees, which is a really good deal when you consider that you’re getting a t-shirt AND the food AND the atmosphere. Buy them by clicking here. Delay you should not, lest you miss out. And get there early, because you won’t want to miss Chris throwing that first pitch. I know I’m intensely curious.


  1. Josh says:

    HEEEEeeeeeeeey nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy nerdy SA-WING NERDY! He can’t hit he can’t hit he can’t hit he can’t hit he can’t hit SA-WING NERDY!

    Good luck @CH! And if you get nervous, you know what to do: Float it!

  2. Duck says:

    Ah man my birthday on the 1st with anime expo and stars wars night on the second sounds like a good week.

  3. Dan says:

    I’m sure the pitch will get on YouTube soon enough. But will Chris be in costume for the pitch?

  4. middleclassjoe says:

    Please bowl the ball to the plate.

  5. So how do we non-Angelenos get to see this perfect, percussive, precision pitch? Will there be video, streaming or otherwise? Sounds like it should be a special on Nerdist’s YouTube channel…

  6. Luanne says:

    Please don’t pull a Bababooey, whatever you do!