TCU baseball players have an impressive rally cap game

TCU Horned Frogs pitcher Preston Morrison tries to rally his team in extra innings against the Virginia Cavaliers.

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A College World Series game between TCU and Virginia Tuesday night stretched 15 innings, tying for the longest in College World Series history, and by the end Horned Frogs players were trying some daring new rally cap moves to summon a run to break a 2-2 tie that lasted from the 5th frame. 

That’s TCU pitcher Preston Morrison at top with the Tower of Rally Cap. Count them up, though — that’s 13 hats, which is why the tower may not have worked. Virginia scored the winning run on a sacrifice fly in the 15th.

The Horned Frogs offered more to the baseball gods than the Tower. Check out Cup Shrek below, complete with upside down shades. 

We’re all a little bit weird, but baseball players are especially weird. 

[H/T Lookit]