Washington Nationals pitcher Patrick Corbin practically had a Randy Johnson second. Corbin threw a pitch on Sunday that just about hit a butterfly, not not like the time Johnson’s pitch collided with and killed a chicken throughout sport motion.
Fortunately, Corbin’s throw didn’t finish that butterfly. It appeared like the rate of the ball was sufficient to push the insect away from the collision. You may see the bug all of the sudden transfer away from the ball on the final second. It made for a wild piece of video, with the ball rocketing towards the butterfly — solely to see the ball break down and the bug transfer upward.
I. Can’t. Cease. Watching. It.