Jon Gosselin and his eight children were a hit at the local Reading Phillies minor league baseball game Tuesday night in Pennsylvania.
Gosselin and his brood -- 9-year-old twins (Mady and Cara) and 5-year-old sextuplets (Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Joel, Alexis and Leah) -- took part in the pre-game ceremony, with two of the kids throwing out the first pitch. (Four of the kids are pictured to the left.)
Later, as the family watched their hometown team defeat the SeaWolves of Erie, Pa., Jon got hugs and kisses from daughter Alexis in the stands.
"A couple of staffers were talking about how cute they were," a Reading Phillies employee tells Usmagazine.com. "Fans were talking about it too."
While Jon looked after the kids, estranged wife Kate chatted with Larry King.
King asked her if she felt Jon was still a good dad. (Jon has been linked to three women since announcing his split from Kate in late June.)
"He is," Kate replied after a short pause. "His decisions right now are not ones that I would necessarily make. But down deep in his heart, I know that he is."