'Not from this planet': America flips out over insane Simone Biles moment

Simone Biles kicked off Game 2 of the World Series in a way that only she could.

Biles - the four-time Olympic gold medalist and Houston-area native - threw out the first pitch in Game 2 of the World Series between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals at Minute Maid Park on Wednesday night.

And she added her own special move to the throw.

Simone Biles' first pitch was flipping awesome. Image: Getty

Biles is fresh off picking up her 24th and 25th World Championship medals earlier this month in Germany, breaking the record for total medals set by Belarus’ Vitaly Scherbo in the 1990s.

She’s now preparing for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo next summer, where she’ll attempt to add even more accolades to her already historic athletic career.

While she’s no stranger to success and has thrown out a first pitch before - Biles broke out a similar move for an Astros game in 2016 before the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro - the 22-year-old was still a bit nervous taking the mound on Wednesday night.

Simone Biles looks on prior to Game 2 of the World Series. (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

“Gymnastics is the only sport I’ve ever done, so when it comes to anything else, I’m literally terrified,” Biles said before the pitch, via NBC Sports.

“So I get more nervous doing this stuff than competing, which is really weird. So, yeah, hopefully I don’t end up on celebrity fails.”

Clearly, she had nothing to worry about, with social media erupting over the flipping-awesome trick.

Fan photo infuriates baseball world

A young man sitting in $5000 seats at Game 1 has infuriated America after he was snapped playing a game on his phone instead of watching the action on the field.

The youngster had incredible front-row seats on Tuesday, however he didn’t seem to realise the gravity of the situation.

Sitting in seats that any baseball fan would die to have, the young man was spotted playing on his phone rather than watching the game.

American sports betting expert Darren Rovell tweeted the image, writing: Astros Hat: $25, Alex Bregman Jersey: $125. Front row World Series ticket: $5000, Getting to the next level in a video game: Priceless!”

The boy was playing popular game Clash Royale, with the game’s official Twitter account tweeting: “When Clash Royale is life.”

Social media users were less than impressed by the photo, with the vast majority pretty taken aback.