Andy Hayt/San Diego Padres
June 08, 2016 at 11:28 PM EDT

Snoop Dogg is good at many things, including rapping and coaching youth football. Throwing a baseball is apparently not one of them.

The hip-hop star appeared at Wednesday’s San Diego Padres matinee contest vs. the Atlanta Braves along with former Saved By the Bell star Mark Paul Gosselaar, who was there for “Way Back Wednesday.” After the game, he performed a post-game set under his DJ Snoopadelic moniker. But before the game, Snoop tossed the first pitch. It didn’t go well.

His form isn’t what’s taught in Little League, and the ball veers way, way outside to the right. Snoop almost hits two people!

50 Cent provided one of the all-time bad first pitches two years ago before a New York Mets game with his inexplicable throw to the left; to his credit, 50’s pitching motion looked better than Snoop’s.

Snoop Dogg will release his new album, COOLAID, on July 1.

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