Watch: J.T. Realmuto's foul ball cracks fish tank at Marlins Park
Those giant fish tanks behind home plate Kevin Pillar Jersey at Marlins Park were supposed to be unbreakable.And the Titanic was supposed to be unsinkable.One of the fish tanks met its metaphorical iceberg Friday night in the form of Miami catcher J.T. Realmuto, who fouled off a pitch fromArizona left-hander Patrick Corbin that cracked the 450-gallon tank's protective covering.The @Marlins bats are awake - and so are the aquarium fish thanks to Realmuto - as they lead 4-0 after 1. Watch live on FOX Sports Florida! pic.twitter.com/XCvIRaTj6m FOX Sports Florida (@FOXSportsFL) June 2, 2017While water began leaking out, no fish were harmed. Aworker picked up the broken gla s and patched up the crack with duct tape which as everyoneknows can fix anything.Poor ,!! #Marlins J.T. Realmuto broke the tank.... pic.twitter. Roger Clemens Jersey com/xcUutD5f7I FOX Sports Arizona (@FOXSPORTSAZ) June 2, 2017"When I looked back, there was gla s all over the dirt," Realmuto told reporters after the game."I was just waiting for the thing to explode and https://www.bluejaysedge.com/toronto-blue-jays/aaron-sanchez-jersey fish to start flying out of it. Luckily, that didn't happen. They were wanting to play through. I was like, 'Hey, you might want to get that gla s off the dirt back there. I don't think the umpire saw it. It was pretty crazy."Marlins President David Samson found some humor in the bizarre situation, tellingMLB.com: "After the game, we're placing two fish on the disabled list and we're calling up two other fish from the minors."