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Video: Rogue Husky Interrupts College Baseball Game

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An adorable husky made an unscheduled appearance on the baseball diamond right in the middle of a game between Cal State Fullerton and Arizona State.

The husky didn't want to play with any of the players, but he did do a full lap around the outfield and provide some comic relief before exiting Goodwin Field in Fullerton. We're not sure who let the dog out, but we hope the husky was reunited with his owner. (The Fullerton Titans ended up winning the game.)

Last month a squirrel interrupted a game in Kansas.