After Braxton Miller’s shoulder surgery and position switch, it’s safe to say that his throwing days are behind him.

The only way we’ll see Miller toss a football in an actual NFL game is on some sort of trick play.

But Miller got a rare opportunity to show off his arm on a professional stage.

Miller, who graduated from Wayne High School in Ohio, got to throw out the first pitch before the Cincinnati Reds game on Monday. Rocking the autographed Pete Rose jersey, the former Buckeye wideout even simulated his trademark spin move on his way to the mound.

More importantly, he didn’t bounce it in:

Miller was a pitcher when he played baseball. Perhaps he could help out the Reds, who lost five of their last six entering Monday night.