There is nothing Sidney Crosby can't do out on the ice. But can he throw a strike from a pitcher's mound?
The answer, despite what teammate Nick Bonino says, is yes.
The 2017 Stanley Cup Pittsburgh Penguins were honored by the Pittsburgh Pirates on Tuesday.
Crosby, the Penguins captain and Conn Smythe winner, delivered the ceremonial first pitch before the Pirates' game against the Colorado Rockies at PNC Park. Teammate Ron Hainsey was the catcher.
Another teammate, Nick Bonino, tweeted a little skepticism beforehand.
Crosby is no fool, though, and got in plenty of warmup pitches.
The Pirates hosted the Penguins in their locker room before the game and took a team picture with The Stanley Cup.
Phil Kessel and Andrew McCutchen talked some things over and McCutchen went on to hit two home runs.
Pirates pitcher Jameson Taillon, who returned to earn a victory on Monday night just five weeks after having surgery for testicular cancer, posed with a "City of Champs" T-shirt before the game.
Pirates pitcher Trevor Williams seemed a little star struck.
Even Matt Cullen's son, Joey, who famously doused dad with Gatorade while he skated with the Cup after Game 6, got in on the Pirates pre-game antics, holding a press conference for the media.
As usual, when the stakes were high and with the Stanley Cup on the field, Crosby came through, tossing a pitch right down the middle. Home plate umpire Jerry Meals, a Butler, Pa. native, called it a strike.
Even Bonino had to be impressed.