Coors Field is just a really odd place to play baseball games. Dodgers fans know that no matter what the score is, no lead is safe and anything can happen at any given point.
As it turns out, Coors Field is also a place where cats run out on the field. In the middle of the 8th inning, a cat bolted out into the outfield with the Dodgers on defense. It was a very brief delay, but just altogether very off to watch.
Dodgers play-by-play man Joe Davis added to the comedy of it by calling the cat running like a real baseball play.
cat + Cody in Coors pic.twitter.com/XAXF5FRjb8
— Céspedes Family BBQ (@CespedesBBQ) April 3, 2021
For a moment, Dodgers outfielder Cody Bellinger motioned like he was going to help get the cat off of the field. Luckily the Coors Field staff jumped into action and carted him away to kitty jail. Otherwise, Cody would probably be sitting tomorrow nursing a few cuts.
Baseball is back everyone, and so are the rally cats.
MORE RALLY CAT
CAT ON THE FIELD IN COLORADO. pic.twitter.com/0iiuOyXZQw
— ESPN (@espn) April 3, 2021
she came back as a cat pic.twitter.com/CSfgKEd19U
— ReginaGeorge. (@angieeedee) April 3, 2021
A lovable dummy. It’s “whose,” mang pic.twitter.com/3QkMuywWsc
— bpmdodger (@bpmdodger) April 3, 2021
Trevor Bauer didn't pitch a no-hitter, but the Coors cat pitched a purr-fect game!
— Doug McKain (@DMAC_LA) April 3, 2021
Better hair? pic.twitter.com/PgEsxSJobH
— Dodgers Nation (@DodgersNation) April 3, 2021
Cody Bellinger is a really, uh, kitty magnet.
— Clint Pasillas (@realFRG) April 3, 2021
Paging @goooose15. ?
— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 3, 2021
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