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Brandon Crawford doubles thanks to seagulls

It was a routine fly ball until the seagulls showed up.

This was a standard fly ball to center from Giants' shortstop Brandon Crawford, and Diamondbacks' outfielder Tony Campana should have had it easily. Instead...

Campana-seagulls

Campana confused a seagull for a baseball against San Francisco's night sky, netting Crawford a double. Campana was so fooled he even began to sprint towards the wall before realizing he was 15 feet from where he needed to be:

Campana-sprint

This was a missed opportunity for shaking his fist at nature for our enjoyment, but at least there's an accusing glance:

Campana-stare

Then again, Diamondbacks' outfielders have already dealt with a game-delaying swarm of bees, and now gulls are interfering with fly balls, so maybe tempting fate isn't the best idea.

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