A cat ran behind home plate during a pitch at the Reds game, then toured foul territory
The Reds and Pirates had to endure a nearly three-hour rain delay on Friday night at Great American Ball Park before even the first pitch was thrown. Despite
Case-in point: The conclusion of the top of the fourth inning.
Still waiting on the sprint speed data from Stat-cats. 🐈 pic.twitter.com/Cl4kIdaSQW— Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) July 21, 2018
There's no Stat-cats info available, but there was a cat running behind home plate on a live play.
It even continued to scramble around the field in foul territory as Dickerson swung and flied out to
At least this little guy didn't have to worry about climbing up the scoreboard like the cat at Marlins Park in 2017:
Much smoother escape for the Reds' cat, who we're now obligated to name Joey Gato. We're sure Votto would approve.