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Freaky First Pitch in Japanese Baseball Game May Very Well Scare You to Death [VIDEO]

Japanese baseball is much different than American baseball.

In this video, Sadako – that’s the scary-as-all-get-out character from Japan’s version of ‘The Ring’ – throws out the first pitch in a game between the Seibo Lions and the Softbank Hawks.

We’re not sure what’s creepier – the fact her hair blocks her line of vision, the fact she has pint-sized Sadakos trailing her, the fact that she reportedly fires in a 64-mile-an-hour pitch or the fact that she collapses afterwards and needs a stretcher.

It’s certainly interesting, that’s for sure. Here’s a look at some other memorable, although, not nearly as frightening, first pitches.

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