'The King' brings luck to Cleveland
CLEVELAND -- Jerry "The King" Lawler was a special guest at the Cleveland Indians game at Jacobs Field on Saturday night. The King, who is an Indians fan, signed autographs and threw out the first pitch before Cleveland beat the Kansas City Royals, 6-0.
"Not only did I throw out the first pitch, it was also Travis Hafner bobblehead night," The King told WWE.com.
"Last year I gave Travis Hafner a WWE Championship replica belt, so they made a Travis Hafner bobblehead doll with him wearing the belt, and they gave that away," he explained. "It was a big promotion at the Indians game on Saturday night, so I was happy to be there, signing boxes of the bobbleheads with Travis."
The King must have brought some extra luck to the ballplayer Saturday night, as Hafner hit a home run. The Indians are trying to clinch the American League Central Division, and as of press time are 7.5 games ahead of the Detroit Tigers.
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