As you might recall, Loyola-Chicago superfan and team Chaplain Sister Jean Dolores Schmidt was an absolute rock star during the 2018 NCCA Men's Basketball National Tournament.
That would be Sister Mary Jo Sobiek, who threw out one heck of a first pitch at Saturday's White Sox-Royals game.
And it was absolutely flawless. Sister Mary Jo also had a nice little arm trick up her sleeve - knocking the ball off the inside of her elbow and catching it again.
It's not unusual for dignitaries to step on the mound at Major League Baseball games to throw out the ceremonial first pitch, and these haven't always gone so well (yes, we're talking about you, "Howard Stern Show" producer Gary "Baba Booey" Dell'Abate).More news: Battlefield V Beta Starts September 4
Sister Mary Jo Sobieck works at Marian Catholic High School in IL.
Then the nun wound up and threw a flawless strike to White Sox pitcher Lucas Giolito.
Sign her up, lowly White Sox. Dressed in her traditional habit, a t-shirt with the name of the high school she reps and a pair of sensible sneakers, the nun warmed up by showing off her casual ball skills before tossing the overhand pitch. She stepped back at about 45 feet and threw a bullet, ' he recalled.
He told MLB.com: 'I was just lucky to be back there.More news: FG recognises Pinnick as NFF President to avoid FIFA ban
According to the Northwest Indiana Times, Sobieck is a graduate of Cathedral high School in St. Cloud in 1987.
Naturally, the nun from Marian Catholic School said "sure".
She may well be their next signing - the White Sox lost 3-1. I was like, "Okay, she looks like she can play a little bit"'.More news: Leadership spill declared in Australia