From time to time, we've shown you golf swings from professional athletes. Some have been good, some have needed some work but were serviceable.
This isn't one of those.
Former MLB star Manny Ramirez played golf for the first time in his life recently at former teammate David Ortiz's charity golf outing. And his first two swings didn't go to plan.
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In his career, Ramirez was one of the most feared power hitters in the game and helped the Boston Red Sox break their 86-year-old World Series-drought in 2004. Throwing him a high fastball was dangerous, but apparently pitchers could have gotten him out if they had just placed the ball on a golf tee.
To be fair to Ramirez, it was his first time and Jennifer Mercedes, the one who captured the swing on Instagram, did say that Ramirez was able to get a hold of a few later on in the day.
One of the newest Red Sox, outfielder Hanley Ramirez, was also at Ortiz's event and showed off his swing.
A number of baseball players were at the outing, and you can see how their swings looked in this video from MLB.com.