Josh Duhamel took his whole family out to the ballgame!
The 43-year-old actor brought his wife, Fergie, and their 2-year-old son, Axl, to the Los Angeles Dodgers game on Sunday, where Duhamel had the honor of throwing out the first pitch. Not only that, but it was Axl's first baseball game!
During the outing, the whole family stood on the third baseline with the Dodgers' starting lineup as Tinashe performed "The Star-Spangled Banner" to kick off the game, appeared on the jumbotron, chatted with their seatmates, and met legendary announcer Vin Scully.
Little Axl -- who turns 3 on Aug. 29 -- even got to hang out on the field with his mom and dad. Fergie looked fabulous in a very patriotic red, white and blue star-covered T-shirt, dark denim shorts, and black boots, while Duhamel appropriately sported a Dodgers jersey and cap adorned with the word Spaceman, the name of his new baseball-themed movie opening Aug. 19.
But the cutest moment of all came when Fergie asked Axl about his time in the ballpark.
The famous family must have been good luck, too -- the Dodgers beat the visiting Boston Red Sox 8 to 5.
Following the game, Duhamel and Fergie attended the Spaceman premiere at the London Hotel in West Hollywood, where the only one looking futuristic was the "M.I.L.F. $" singer, who was clad in a leather cap, sheer button-down tucked into leather pants, gold-studded belt, and bedazzled pumps.
Duhamel clearly had the best Sunday Funday with his family, even sharing an Instagram collage of his star-studded 24 hours.
"Got to throw out the first pitch at the Dodgers/Redsox game," he wrote on Monday. "Then hit up the #SPACEMAN premiere. Epic day. Now it's back to work on #transformers."