TCU's Baseball Team Got Weird During Its 15-inning Game Against Virginia

Wednesday June 18th, 2014

(screenshot via @lukezimmermann/Twitter) (screenshot via @lukezimmermann/Twitter)

The TCU Horned Frogs and University of Virginia Cavaliers were tied 2-2 in the fifth inning during their game this week, and they remained at that score for another ten frames. It only makes sense that the players got a little restless in the dugouts during the extended innings.

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In their quest to stage a comeback, the Horned Frogs stretched the rally cap to its illogical conclusion, with bubble gum buckets, hats stacked high, and paper cups over their ears.

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Despite TCU's endless creativity with placing odd things on their heads, Virginia pulled out the win in the 15th inning, leaving the Horned Frogs one loss away from elimination. At least they've got some sweet hats, though.


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