Tom Brady throws first pitch at Red Sox game, and it wasn't very good

Tom Brady is a future hall of fame quarterback for the New England Patriots. He makes his money from his accuracy and power of his right arm, so it comes as a shock that Brady can't throw a baseball 60 feet from the pitcher's mound.

Take a look at this poor throw during the Red Sox's home opener on Monday that bounced before it reached the left-handed batter's box:

Brady was drafted by the Montreal Expos in the 18th round of the 1995 MLB draft. It looks like Brady made the right decision by pursuing a football career instead of a baseball career. And unlike Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson, it's clear why the Patriots QB gave up his baseball dreams.