For the second time this week, Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah was called upon to toss out the first pitch at a baseball game.

Noah was at Wrigley Field Wednesday night prior to the Cubs-Reds battle, and only needed one attempt this time around. The big fella was there on behalf of his foundation. Per CSN Chicago:

“This isn’t my sport,” Noah said. “I’m not very comfortable with it, but I know it’s for a good cause and I know sacrifices have to be made.”

 

Noah again was in attendance to raise awareness for the Noah’s Arc Foundation, a program he and his mother, Cecilia Rodhe, started to help children in Chicago “develop a stronger sense of self.” And the Bulls big man shared his goals in starting the foundation in an interview with White Sox color commentator Steve Stone. Fans can learn more about the foundation by logging on to NoahsArcFoundation.org.

 

“Chicago’s a great place. I love it here, I’ve been living here for 8 years now and at the end of the day, you go a little bit south and there’s all this violence going on, so I feel like it’s our responsibility to do some positive work.”