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Ghost‘s Tobias Forge traded his mic for a baseball mitt when he threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Chicago White Sox’s game Thursday against the visiting Cleveland Guardians.

Forge took the mound as his character Papa Emeritus IV, complete with his signature face paint. He did dress up for the occasion, though, trading his occult robes for a White Sox jersey.

You can see photos of the Papa’s pitch via Consequence.net.

Forge’s stop in Chicago comes as he and Ghost wrap up their U.S. tour behind their new album, Impera. The outing concludes Friday in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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