The Seattle Mariners series with the Florida Marlins was already weird enough. Because of a U2 concert in Florida, the Marlins "hosted" the Mariners at Safeco Field, complete with National League rules. With the series coming to a close on Sunday night, you just knew something odd had to happen to finish off a series filled with things you've never seen before and probably never will again.
In the 10th inning, Marlins pitcher Steve Cishek attempted to intentionally walk Carlos Peguero with Dustin Ackley on third. Cishek is a sidearm pitcher, making the free pass a complicated process. On his third pitch, this happened.
But since the Marlins were the home team, this wasn't a walk-off wild pitch on an intentional walk. Instead, Brandon League came in, recorded the save and the Mariners had the series win in the only three-game set you'll probably ever see where the home team is the away team and interleague rules are in play.
And oh by the way: Peguero struck out. On an intentional walk after a wild pitch scored what would turn out to be the game-winning run. He started with a three ball head-start. Yep, nothing abnormal about this series or game at all.