Advertisement

There have been plenty of instances of wild animals (usually squirrels) finding their way onto baseball fields. And on Tuesday evening, a cat appeared in the outfield during the sixth inning of a game between the Miami Marlins and the Atlanta Braves.


The cat caused a brief delay in the game as he scurried up a wall and into a nearby sculpture where he remained for the rest of the game.

RELATED: Angry baseball fan has public meltdown when he thinks he may miss Mets Opening Day

The Marlins’ twitter referred to the cat as “Rally Cat,” and in a post-game interview Marlins outfielder Marcell Ozuna said, “the cat had me a little worried…I thought maybe it’s bad luck…I detest cats.”

RELATED: This cat didn’t have the patience to solve a magic eye puzzle

The announcers enjoyed a nice reprieve from their usual baseball themed dialogue with statements like “don’t pick that up,” and “terrific stuff by the cat.” Thankfully nobody was hurt, and the cat disappeared into the night.

A cat roaming center field stole the show during a Major League Baseball game Twitter/Miami Marlins
Alex Thomas About the author:
Alex is from Delaware. He lives in DC.
View More Articles
Vote for the 2017 Rare Country Awards
Advertisement
Advertisement