​The ​Boston Red Sox have their home opener Tuesday and they're celebrating their World Series title from last year. The Super Bowl champion New England Patriots were in attendance to have a joint ceremony, and it was recently-retired tight end​ Rob Gronkowski, Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman and star cornerback Stephon Gilmore who threw out ceremonial first pitches. Check it out:

Sadly, big Gronk was the only one of three to throw his ball in the dirt, but all three of them were able to get it there without a problem. Perhaps Gronkowski is taking this retirement seriously after all, as the 29-year-old looked rather nonchalant with that pitch.

​​A good chunk of the Patriots roster was present with their six Super Bowl trophies, but we didn't see Tom Brady in attendance, unfortunately. He's ​too busy making fun of Darren Rovell on Twitter.