Phillies fans booed Bruce Willis after his first pitch didn't go as hoped

Legendary actor Bruce Willis spent a day with the Philadelphia Phillies on Wednesday, first taking batting practice with the team and then throwing out the ceremonial first pitch before their game against the Milwaukee Brewers.
Willis, who has filmed a few of his movies in Philadelphia and grew up near the city in southern New Jersey, probably knows that Philly fans can be a little tough on you if you make a mistake.
So this reaction to his first pitch must have hurt a bit. But he probably knew it was coming.
Yup, he got booed after his pitched bounced in to the catcher:

Bruce Willis threw the first pitch at tonight's Phillies game. It bounced.
The Philly faithful gave him a "warm" reception.
— Cut4 (@Cut4) May 15, 2019

I mean, it wasn’t THAT bad of a throw, especially for a 64-year-old actor.
But the Philly fans crushed him anyways:

Tough crowd at Citizens Bank Park evaluating Bruce Willis' ceremonial first pitch before #Phillies, #Brewers.
— Bob Grotz (@BobGrotz) May 15, 2019

Don’t quit your day job. Bruce Willis one-hops his 1st pitch.
— Dan Gelston (@APgelston) May 15, 2019

Bruce Willis throwing out first pitch at #Phillies game. He bounced ball to the plate and as Philadelphia will do, he got booed. Borrowing a line from Die Hard “Yippee ki-yay mother bleeper”. Was a great line but not a great throw. ⁦@SportsRadioWIP⁩
— Howard Eskin (@howardeskin) May 15, 2019

Bruce Willis first pitch at @Phillies game tonight
Bounced it up there Few boos #Phillies
— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) May 15, 2019

Bruce Willis spikes the first pitch and he's booed!
— Matt Gelb (@MattGelb) May 15, 2019

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