Turnstile, the band that recently toured with Blink-182 and received Grammy nominations, had the opportunity to throw out the opening pitch at a Baltimore Orioles game. Pat McCrory represented the band on the mound for the ceremonial first pitch. The band also had an interview with broadcaster Melanie Newman before the pitch. James Rettig reported
Turnstile has had a successful year, achieving various milestones and accomplishments. Notably, they recently concluded a tour as the opening act for Blink-182, received multiple Grammy nominations, and even composed a song for the show “I Think You Should Leave.” Adding to their list of achievements, the band had the opportunity to fulfill a long-standing dream by throwing the first pitch at a Major League Baseball game. This memorable moment took place at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, the home stadium of the Baltimore Orioles, in their hometown. Although the entire band was present, it was Pat McCrory who had the honor of pitching. While no video footage is available yet, photographs capture the band’s special moment on the mound. Moreover, prior to the pitch, the band members were interviewed by broadcaster Melanie Newman, providing additional insight into their experience..