Nun throws flawless pitch before White Sox game

Watch: Nun's amazing first pitch before White Sox game

Sister Mary Jo paints the corner with first pitch at White Sox game

She says she would love to throw a first pitch before a Cardinals game, and she promised to help "pray us into the playoffs".

- A nun from Minnesota is gaining notoriety after delivering a first pitch with some flair at an Major League Baseball game Saturday.

During Marian Catholic High School night at Guaranteed Rate Field on Saturday, Sister Mary Jo Sobiek took the mound to deliver the first pitch.

Here's something you don't see everyday. a nun that could probably come out of the bullpen for the White Sox if she tightened up her curve ball.

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"She was pretty good, actually", White Sox manager Rick Renteria told MLB.com. She had it planned out.

Sister Mary Jo may have been able to summon the divine during the pregame, but the man upstairs apparently left shortly thereafter.

'I was just lucky to be back there. "I'm like, 'Wait a minute.' He (Giolito) threw it back to her and she fielded it barehanded".

Perhaps she could link up with Sister Jean, who became America's sweetheart as she cheered on the Loyola-Chicago Ramblers during their Cinderella run at this year's NCAA tournament. According to a 2008 profile in the Times of Northwest Indiana, she has also played and coached volleyball and is a "self-proclaimed tomboy". We talked to her a little bit but before we were talking to her, she was talking to someone and she wanted to warm up. "I think she said, 'I played center and short'".

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