Catcher David Ross pitches 1-2-3 inning, hits home run, has best day ever
Oh, you had a good Sunday? What'd you do? Find a sweet brunch place? Harvest a new crop on FarmVille? Have a successful trip to Home Depot?
Well, David Ross' day might've been a bit better. The catcher came in to pitch in the ninth inning of the Cubs' eventual 11-5 loss to the Phillies, and just as he did the last time he was called to the mound, the catcher retired the side in order:
And Mr. Ross refused to stop there. In the bottom of the inning, he stepped up to the plate and deposited a ball into the left-field bleachers:
After the game, Ross proceeded to rake and water the entire infield, reconstruct the Chicago Spire and solve world peace.