Dr. Fauci throwing the first pitch of the 2020 MLB opening game

Doesn’t want anyone to catch anything

Birgit Pauli-Haack  

… The Major League Baseball reopened with the Washington Nationals playing the New York Yankees on their home field. Before the game, every player and every coach in the playing area held up a black banner that stretched along the first base and third baselines, then took a knee on the grass in silence, in honor of Black Lives Matter. Then Dr. Anthony Fauci, who is the trusted face of coronavirus advice and thus has angered the not-so-trusted president, threw out the first pitch. (It was so far off base that one wit noted on Twitter: “He clearly doesn’t want anyone to catch anything.”)

Heather Cox Richardson, July 23, 2020

Here is what I believe the original tweet:

By the time, I looked at it this morning, it had 3,500 likes and 700 Retweets.