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Michael Jackson's kids Paris, Prince and Blanket threw out the first pitch at a minor league baseball game in Gary, Ind., along with MJ's sister La Toya.

The King of Pop's three children made the trip to their father's hometown on Thursday to celebrate what would have been Michael Jackson's 54th birthday.

Prince Michael, 15, Blanket, 10, and Paris Jackson, 14, each took the mound to kick off the Gary Southshore Railcats baseball game. Check it out:

"We're here in Gary, and it's a new experience for us. People are so nice here," Prince said. "It's amazing how much he was respected and loved."

Everywhere they go, the three kids inspire nothing but the same feelings as people see how well-adjusted and nice they are - despite all they've been through.

MJ would be proud.

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The Lingerie Football League can take its endorsement deal and shove it. Paris Jackson isn't messing around with any half-assed football. She's a machine.

Michael Jackson's 13-year-old daughter unleashed the fury on opposing QBs and receivers yesterday during a flag football game. Look at that intensity!

The very first female to join her private school's deal, Paris also played a little offensive line, and mixed it up with the guys with some aggressive blocks.

Paris Jackson, Football

This quarterback is about to get straight up embarrassed by Paris.

When Katherine Jackson took over guardianship of Michael's three children, she enrolled them in the prestigious Buckley School, and they're thriving there.

For those keeping score, Jackson's school emerged victorious ... and after the game, she tweeted about it ... saying, "We Won 32-6!!!!!!!! Yeahhh Boiiiiii!"

Word. That's a bigger pounding than the D.A. is putting on Dr. Conrad Murray. Boiii.

[Photo: Pacific Coast News]

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Michael Jackson's daughter Paris is a known football enthusiast.

Still, this may not be the best outlet for her, we're thinking.

The 13-year-old is being recruited to be the face of an organization that swears it's helping break down barriers for women in the sport ... which sounds awesome.

The only problem is it's the Lingerie Football League.

Paris Jackson at Tribute Concert

When Paris Jackson became the first female at her private school to join the flag football team earlier this month, the LFL took notice ... and had no shame.

They fired off a letter to the Michael Jackson Estate in the hopes that Paris would be the spokesperson for the league's "youth program." Don't hold your breath.

LFL Commissioner (yes, there is such a position) Mitchell S. Mortaza laments the "lack of options for competitive female football" and looks to her for help.

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