The Los Angeles Dodgers had a 10-0 lead over the Colorado Rockies with Trevor Bauer throwing a no-hitter entering the bottom of the seventh inning on Friday night at Coors Field. Four batters later, the Rockies had four runs. After five batters, David Price came out of the bullpen to replace Bauer, and immediately gave up back-to-back home runs. Within a matter of minutes, a 10-0 game — featuring six no-hit innings — became a 10-6 game.

That all seems crazy, but it’s pretty typical #Coors for ya. What’s not as typical- a cat running around on the field.

A cat got loose in the bottom of the eighth inning, and even took a seat near Cody Bellinger in center field:

It seems the 2021 season may be even weirder than usual at Coors Field.

As for the game, the Dodgers were able to stop allowing runs after the seventh inning, and came away with an 11-6 win for their first victory of the season.

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