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NCAA.com | July 1, 2015

Harbaugh brings heat at Tigers game

  Jim Harbaugh showed off his arm at Tuesday's Tigers game.

Jim Harbaugh can bring the heat.

Harbaugh, Michigan head football coach and a former quarterback, threw out the ceremonial first pitch at Tuesday's Detroit Tigers game. He made his way to the mound after warming up with Tigers manager Brad Ausmus in the dugout. It may not have been a strike, but with the full windup he went through, it was one of the faster first pitches you'll see.

True to form, Harbaugh was sporting a custom Tigers had with a Michigan logo on the side and a Tigers jersey tucked into -- you guessed it -- khakis.

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