Indians Hall of Famer Jim Thome throws World Series Game 7 first pitch

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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- It was great to see Indians Hall of Famer Jim Thome back at the ballpark for Game 7 of the World Series in Cleveland, Wednesday night.

Thome, who played with the team from 1991-2002 and again in 2011, took the pitching mound to throw out the first pitch.

He is known for his spectacular home runs – he hit 612 in his 22-year baseball career. He was on both the 1995 and the 1997 World Series teams.

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