Stan Lee Cameos at Texas Rangers Game to Throw the First Pitch

Already in Dallas for the Comic Con, Stan Lee cameoed at the Texas Rangers game on Saturday to throw the first pitch.

While Stan's a well-known New Yorker and oft-mentioned Yankees fan, it seems the legendary creator also has an affinity for the Rangers:

Confirmed: @TheRealStanLee is a Rangers fan! We assume Thor, Iron Man, Spidey are all on-board as well! #SquadGoals pic.twitter.com/eVALlIm99q

- #VoteRangers (@Rangers) June 5, 2016

He also sat down with one of the game's announcers, discussing his first pitch -- which the 93-year-old creator wishes was "better" -- and his Rangers fandom:

ICYMI: Marvel Comics' @TheRealStanLee enjoyed the ⚾️ breed of superheroes last night! #LetsGoRangershttps://t.co/oMHfXTbidQ

- #VoteRangers (@Rangers) June 5, 2016

Lee appeared at the game with veteran inker Klaus Janson ("Dark Knight III: The Master Race"), who also made an appearance at Dallas Comic Con.

At the Rangers/Mariners game after Saturday's FanExpo in Dallas. Guess which one co-created the Marvel Universe? pic.twitter.com/E4ZIXuPTyz

- Klaus Janson (@klausjansonnyc) June 5, 2016

Lee's likely to appear next in Marvel Studios' "Doctor Strange" film, hitting theaters on November 4, 2016.

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