105-Year-Old Agnes McKee Throws First Pitch at Padres Game

McKee is now the oldest person in MLB history to throw the ceremonial first pitch.
0:33 | 07/21/14

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105. Years old and she's still taking the field. Meet Agnes Mickey -- the oldest person in Major League Baseball history. To throw out a ceremonial first pitch much to the delighted fans at San Diego's echo park. -- made history over the weekend wearing a special Jersey with her laughing. And number 10. The Padres pitched the idea that he after she celebrated her 105. Birthday just last week. For her apartment he says she was very honored to get the call it take to the --

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