Rob Gronkowski can catch just about anything thrown his way, and as it turns it, his arm isn't bad either.
When the Red Sox took on the San Francisco Giants Tuesday night, Gronk got first pitch honors. After a look back on the invisible runner on first, he winds up and delivers to his good friend David Ortiz. Not only did his pitch make it across home plate cleanly, it grabbed the upper right corner for a strike.
Gronk stuck around for the game, and Big Papi put on a show, launching a three-run homer in the Sox 4-0 win over the Giants. Before the game, the roof deck was transformed into the Dunkin' Beach House and the duo serenaded fans with their newest Dunkin' Donuts summer song, "Dunkin' Paradise."
Tight end, pitcher, singer. Gronk is a man of many talents.
Check out photos from Gronk's first pitch ceremony in the gallery below.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski throws out the ceremonial first pitch prior to a baseball game at Fenway Park, Tuesday, July 19, 2016, in Boston.