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Dog tries to play in minor league baseball game  4 Days ago

Source:   USA Today  

A very good dog who just wanted to join in on the Tulsa Drillers' game on Wednesday night escaped from his handler to show off his skills as a dogged infielder.

The dog, who was there for the team's Bark at the Park night, was eventually caught by one of the other baseball players on the field and returned to his owner.

He remains a very good boy and many Twitter users argued with the Drillers that he should get his shot including the UMBC Athletics Twitter account.

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