Foul ball hit off D-backs starter Patrick Corbin cracks fish tank in Miami
Marlins Park has several attractions built around the park to give fans of the Miami Marlins their own unique experience.
One of those is a fish tank placed inside the walls of the home plate backstop containing real fish.
That fish tank came into play Friday when Arizona Diamondbacks starting pitcher Patrick Corbin pitched to Marlins catcher J.T. Realmuto. Realmuto fouled off a pitch by Corbin into the backstop right into where the tank lies, shattering the protective coverage around the tank.
A short break occurred when the bat boy for the D-backs picked up the pieces of the polycarbonate off the ground and play resumed.
The fish tank itself appeared to be fine with no water or fish spilling out. No fish were harmed and it was a quick fix for the crew at Marlins Park.
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