Here's everything you need to know about the Nationals' newest prospect, the Rally Pigeon
The Nationals teed off on the Brewers on Thursday afternoon, clubbing eight home runs -- including five (!) in the third -- en route to a 15-2 win. But the most impressive player on the field wasn't Bryce Harper, Anthony Rendon or Ryan Zimmerman -- they were all upstaged by a little-known prospect who took the field for his Major League debut. A prospect by the name of ... Pigeon McPigeonface.
He emerged in the top of the first, and soon took his perch at a brand new position: left backstop.
Despite the occasional oncoming projectile, he remained steadfast for the entire game, watching over the Nats as they smacked back-to-back-to-back-to-back homers:
But it begs the question: Just who is this avian amateur? What does this mean for the infield fly rule? Luckily, the Cespedes BBQ guys are here to investigate -- for a full scouting report, including what to expect next (and plenty more bird puns), just click on the video above.