You might not see a sunset like this in an entire lifetime.
So at a baseball game, during a seven-run inning—this was divine.
Have a look:
— FOX Sports San Diego (@FOXSportsSD) June 30, 2019
Over the course of the inning, the Padres ran up the score…
And the sky turned yellow, orange, and more orange—until Manny Machado came up to bat and hit a towering three-run homer to center, way up into the sky.
Padres go from not getting ball out of the infield, to Hosmer rocking a blooper to right-center then capped off by Machado going card to deep center. 6-1 San Diego lead in the top 2nd.
— George Balekji (@GeorgeBalekji) June 30, 2019
And then on the next pitch, Franmil Reyes went deep.
Two high, soaring home runs. As if, when the sky turned like that, it needed to be greeted. More than noticed, but sent a visitor—to rush up and shake its hand, to applaud, to smile. To take in its great colors from up close.
Because a few bloop singles wouldn’t have done that sky justice.
A sky like that needs tribute.
And so, right on cue, came these massive two home runs:
— San Diego Padres (@Padres) June 30, 2019
There was more to the inning, before all this, but…
We might have just seen the best sunset in baseball history. And when something like that comes along, you skip past the game for a bit, and just admire.
— Marie Coronel (@10NewsCoronel) June 30, 2019
the sunset, the place, the padres❤️ san diego is so beautiful. pic.twitter.com/7wyTf5fVKu
— estefanía 💌 (@estefaniaaa2901) June 30, 2019
— bored mom doesn’t get paid 🤷♀️ (@gymmomcat) June 30, 2019
— Harrison Williams (@HarrisonC_W_) June 30, 2019
A view like that, you might not see again.
A glimpse of baseball heaven.
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