Gamer bunny 🐇 pic.twitter.com/2kDswOLOUy
— SF Giants on NBCS (@NBCSGiants) April 23, 2021
Wow, Bad Bunny is just everywhere these days; concerts, Wrestlemania, and now, Oracle Park (if you didn’t get that reference, it means you’re spending a healthy amount of time on the internet).
Folks, we’re in weird times. There is still, as you may have heard, a pandemic at hand, and less than 25 percent of fans allowed at the Giants’ home games. But Thursday night brought something special, dare we say, mystical.
It’s a rabbit. Someone brought a rabbit to the stadium.
Maybe this was a secret Earth Day special; buy two, get one small animal in for free. It’s such an oddly specific visitor that you have to wonder whether these two patrons and their rabbit actually researched this beforehand. Are they exploiting the lack of an explicit no-rabbit policy? Or did they slip Bugs in under their sweatshirt?
This is truly one of the great mysteries of our time.
Career-first: just interviewed a sweet bunny, 4 1/2-month-old therapy bunny Alex, and he gave me a kiss, too. It belongs to Kei Kato, who lost her restaurant during COVID. pic.twitter.com/mcc4i60x8K
— Janie McCauley (@JanieMcCAP) April 23, 2021