When you forget to wear the baseball glove on the playing field, it is always important to remember that your cover can be used as a catch-on device. Apparently, this also applies to the releasers of the Major League.
In the second inning of the Cubs against Rangers on Sunday, Kyle Schwarber crushed a shot from the right side of Lance Lynn to the left center left. The ball fired above the wall, where Chicago fans went to a high bank that took the game. As baseball began to fall, Randy Rosario remained cool, calm and picked up, even without his glove being useful.
It could be said that Randy Rosario caught the house of Kyle Schwarber was a ……
hat trick. ? pic.twitter.com/sm83aqVTCb
– Cut4 (@ Cut4) March 31, 2019
Rosario casually removed the hat, held it and fixed the baseball after the fence disappeared. Who says there are no baseball tricks?
Jordan Bastian covers Cubs for MLB.com. Previously, he covered the Indians from 2011 to 18 and from the Blue Jays from 2006-10. Read your blog, Major League Bastian and follow him on Twitter @LittleBastian.
Players in this article:
- Kyle Schwarber
- Randy Rosario