Panic set in during the bottom of the third inning at Wednesday's night's Astros-White Sox game in Chicago. Everything seemed so ordinary at first. It was scoreless, and Collin McHugh got Adam Engel to hit a popup behind the pitcher's mound.
Yuli Gurriel, Marwin Gonzalez and Alex Bregman all descended upon the ball. There was a miscommunication, though, and down came the ball.
Disaster, right? Well, Engel ran out the popup, which was smart. The only problem was that he ran too far:
Bregman picked the ball up, and upon seeing Engel round second base, he darted after him. The rundown was short-lived, as Bregman tossed to Jose Altuve at second, who tagged Engel out.
Score that as the easiest double of Engel's life and just your typical 5-4 putout. Then watch the play again with "Yakety Sax" in the background.