“Surprised she didn’t follow the mascot around pointing at her ring finger” – Angel Reese throws ceremonial first pitch in Baltimore, Twitteratis ROASTS LSU star

After being given the honor of throwing the ceremonial pitch at an Orioles game, LSU star Angel Reese faced trolling from fans on Twitter.


“Surprised she didn’t follow the mascot around pointing at her ring finger” – Angel Reese throws ceremonial first pitch in Baltimore, Twitteratis ROASTS LSU star

Angel Reese and Baltimore Orioles mascot (via MLB)

LSU women’s basketball star Angel Reese recently had the opportunity to showcase her pitching skills. She was honored with the ceremonial pitch during her hometown team, the Baltimore Orioles, game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday at Oriole Park.

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This opportunity followed her ESPY win as the Breakthrough Athlete of the Year. She was awarded this accolade for leading her team, the LSU Tigers, to their first-ever NCAA women’s title, where they defeated Caitlin Clark’s Iowa State in the Championship game. This game garnered immense attention, as it was one of the most-watched basketball games of the year, attracting over 12.6 million viewers on ESPN.

Reese has been capitalizing on her fame since her NCAA victory. She recently signed an NIL deal with ZOA, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s energy drink brand, and has also secured agreements with Mercedes, Final Fantasy XVI, Amazon, and other brands.

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Twitter roasts Angel Reese after she throws ceremonial pitch

Twitter trolls Angel Reese after her ceremonial pitch
Angel Reese in an Orioles Jersey (via New York Post)

Following her pitch, fans flooded the comments and trolled the LSU star. One fan jokingly remarked, “Surprised she didn’t follow the mascot around, pointing at her ring finger,” alluding to Reese’s celebratory gesture after winning the NCAA title. Another fan quipped, “You can’t See the strike zone.”

Here are some of the fan reactions:

Although Angel Reese has made a name for herself in college basketball, the 21-year-old athlete is not in a hurry to join the professional league. In previous interviews, Reese mentioned that she is earning more money through NIL deals than most top WNBA stars. Based on the available information, it may be a while before we witness the LSU queen on the WNBA court.

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