Watch this legendary Arkansas baseball fan catch a raccoon in the stands with his bare hands
· · May 16, 2022 ·

Imagine you're just casually watching your team play baseball when you hear a rather large rustling beneath your seats in the stadium. Well, that's exactly what happened on Friday night in Baum Walker Stadium in Fayetteville, Arkansas.

And if that happened to me, I'd FOR SURE be reacting like this poor woman in the white shirt:

But since they were in Arkansas, there was, of course, a fan nearby who knew how to handle a raccoon (hint: much like a cat) and he took care of business like a boss.

The man held up the raccoon in one hand while presumably taking a selfie with the other, as the crowd cheered him on.

You can see the Vanderbilt players looking over at the commotion from the bullpen.

The man carried the frightened animal (nicknamed "Rally Racoon") out of the stadium, where it presumably returned to its charmed life, eating garbage in the wilds of Fayetteville.

Unfortunately, it was the most excitement the Arkansas fans had that evening, as Vanderbilt went on to win the game. But at least both teams have a good story to tell!

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