We've seen some wild baseball finishes before. Few, if any, have been as crazy as the way the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers won Friday night's Low Class-A game against the Burlington Bees.
Trailing 6-2 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Timber Rattlers scratched across two runs and loaded the bases for Nic Pierre with two outs. Unfortunately, Pierre struck out.
But hold on just a second. James Ziemba's third strike skipped past catcher Keinner Pina, who raced after the ball. Pina tried to nab Pierre, who was hustling down the first base line, to seal up the final out.
His attempt went very, very wrong.
Pina's throw ended up in foul territory in right field, and all three runners wound up scoring, giving Wisconsin an improbable 7-6 win.
You can see all the madness below.
That is just about the worst way to lose a ball game. A walk-off grand slam, like the Cubs' David Bote had to beat the Washington Nationals on Sunday night, is a better way to lose than that.
When you think you have seen it all in baseball, something like this happens to prove you're wrong.