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Jason Collins Throws Out First Pitch for LGBT Night at Dodger Stadium: VIDEO

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NBA player Jason Collins threw out the first pitch at Friday's Dodgers - Denver Rockies matchup, which the Dodgers won 11-0. The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles performed the national anthem along with Glee's Amber Riley, while Collins and gay former MLB player Billy Bean threw out the first pitches.

Before the game, Collins also spent time with singer Lance Bass.

Check out some photos and videos from the game, AFTER THE JUMP...



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  1. How tall is Jason Collins? I wonder if he is into shorter men?

    Posted by: Robbie Horn | Sep 29, 2013 6:43:36 PM

  2. How come Collins has never been seen in public with a boyfriend?

    Posted by: adrenan p | Sep 29, 2013 7:07:44 PM

  3. All of this would have been unheard of just 10 years ago.
    It's becoming a gay, ole world - Acceptance!!

    Posted by: David From Canada | Sep 29, 2013 7:15:22 PM

  4. "NBA player Jason Collins" ... really, what team?

    Oh. Right.

    Posted by: crispy | Sep 29, 2013 8:15:43 PM

  5. @ADRENAN P: Jason may be going with a private(non-famous)person who does not want to get involved in a media frenzy. I don't blame him.

    Posted by: David From Canada | Sep 29, 2013 9:37:31 PM

  6. So I take it that Collins is a pitcher and not a catcher?

    Posted by: bravo | Sep 29, 2013 10:39:37 PM

  7. Bravo, BRAVO! That was funny!

    Posted by: throwslikeagirl | Sep 30, 2013 12:32:01 AM

  8. Why are the stands empty? In Chicago they are constantly jammed.

    Posted by: ricky rocky | Sep 30, 2013 12:33:18 AM

  9. Good throws. Every week I look for news that Jason got signed to a team.

    Posted by: Billy Crytical | Sep 30, 2013 1:05:44 AM

  10. Looks like his gamble to come out to boost his chance get signed by a NBA team based on a feel good story rather than his current playing abilities didn't work out. He has a new career it seems as the "gay basketball" player. Hopefully he is known for something else now that it seems his playing days are over.

    Posted by: Frank | Sep 30, 2013 12:40:12 PM

  11. Colorado Rockies, dumbass.

    Posted by: onewhoknows | Sep 30, 2013 2:33:29 PM

  12. This was a glorious night for so many reasons. I am in GMCLA and we were thrilled to be there to sing our National Anthem; the reason the stands were so empty is that traffic getting in was horrible, and it did fill up as the game commenced. There are so many reasons that Friday's first Dodger LGBT night was significant; for GMCLA members, it meant fulfilling a long held dream of performing "our" special arrangement of the anthem at a televised sporting event, and it was beautifully received. It is regrettable that the game broadcast did not include the anthem, but there were several local outlets with excerpts, and we were all very moved, and proud, to stand on the field where at last, cracks in the walls of denial and rejection are getting larger every day. Thank you Dodgers!

    Posted by: Norm | Sep 30, 2013 3:03:40 PM

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