A group of 'nuns' stopped by Citizens Bank Park to dance atop the dugout with the Phanatic
The great baseball stadiums of MLB have been known, informally, as cathedrals of the game. But, it appears, Citizens Bank Park has truly been blessed by a higher power.
No, but seriously. Check it out:
Now, before you say anything, yes -- nuns do go to baseball games. In fact, the Phanatic befriended a group during an event at an elementary school back in January, so they're clearly no strangers to the Philly sports scene.
However, there is more to the story: The nuns at Monday's D-backs-Phillies matchup -- which Arizona won, 3-1 -- weren't the real thing. The trio were, instead, members of the cast of "Sister Act", a musical produced by a local theater.
And, if you needed more evidence of that fact, look no further than their dugout performance with the Phanatic:
Those are the kinds of moves you'll only learn in a BFA program. Unlike the Phanatic's dancing, which clearly was borne only from his heart: