Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Dog steals baseball mitt at a softball game

Well, spring has arrived and that means that it is officially baseball and softball season.  By the way, do any of you play baseball or softball by chance?  I have been playing co-ed softball through a league through my church over the last few months (they play at a middle school field in Lake Stevens WA).  At many games players often invite their family and friends to watch them play and friends and family defnitely love to bring kids and even pets (like dogs).  Even my parents tend bring Tucker (the golden retriever) and Angel (the bichon frise shih tzu) to some of the games (though luckily my dad is able to restrain him from chasing after the softballs in the field like he does with lacross balls at home).  Now, in this video, here is a classic example of why it is good to keep dogs on leash and restrained at softball games.  During a play, a dog (presumably a black laborador) runs out into the field and decides to steal some of the players' gloves and hilarity (and probably embarrasment to the owners) ensues.  Check it out below: