First pitches in baseball are deceptively difficult -- so much so that most of them either go straight into the dirt, way over the catcher's head, or somewhere up the first base line. That's wasn't the case for 101-year-old Kitty Cohen, who nailed her first pitch on the first try on Mother's Day:

Honestly, that's a lot better than the majority of us could manage under the circumstances. FUN FACT: when the Rogers Centre opened in 1989, Kitty Cohen was 76.

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