Snoop Dogg Throws First Pitch, Calls Milwaukee Brewers Game: Watch

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Rapper made a surprise stop at the Brewers’ game against the Reds before his concert on Saturday

Snoop Dogg calls it like he’s sees it. On Saturday, his candor provided extra entertainment during his surprise appearance at American Family Field during the Milwaukee Brewers’ game against the Cincinnati Reds on Saturday, which the Brewers won, 3-1.

The rapper treated fans to the first pitch of the game. He warmed up on the mound with his moves from the music video for “Drop It Like It’s Hot,” and Brewers first base coach Quintin Berry joined him. The rapper then threw a strike to Berry.

While that earned a standing ovation, Snoop struck pure gold when he headed to the booth for the Bally Sports Wisconsin broadcast with Brian Anderson and Bill Schroeder, where he commented on plays live at the game. “I came in where the players come in at,” he told them. “’Cause I’m a player.” He then joined them in detailing play-by-plays: “Get up in there!,” he exclaimed.

“Oh Lord, he’s got a rocket in his pocket,” he said as Reds shortstop Elly De La Cruz threw out Brewers second baseman Brice Turang at first base. He also gave props to Brewers’ Christian Yelich. “Deuce-deuce, it’s deuce-deuce revolver was my problem solver, let’s go,” he rapped during one of Yelich’s at-bats.

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His narration went beyond calling the game to admiration for players’ styles. At one point, he paid a compliment to Reds’ Jonathan India. “Who is that? I like his hair… Look at his hair, his hair bounce like mine… He’s got his hair game together.”

Snoop Dogg’s appearance at the game preceded his show on Saturday night at Milwaukee’s Potawatomi Casino Hotel.

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