MILWAUKEE -- All-Star first baseman Jesus Aguilar had a wardrobe malfunction during Wednesday's game against the Cincinnati Reds, as his belt broke while playing the field.
Pitcher Freddy Peralta threw to first in an attempt to pick-off Jose Peraza, but to his surprise, Aguilar was looking down at his pants and the ball soared over his head and ended up in right field.
Jesus Aguilar's belt was a little too small for his pants 😂 pic.twitter.com/syc7CzazjY— FOX Sports Ohio (@FOXSportsOH) August 22, 2018
Jesus Aguilar's belt was a little too small for his pants 😂 pic.twitter.com/syc7CzazjY
Perhaps the two best parts of this story are that he had to borrow a belt from Orlando Arcia, a man who is 90 pounds lighter than him, and Peraza's reaction to the whole thing.
The Reds’ Jose Peraza after Milwaukee’s Jesus Aguilar broke his belt during today’s game 😂 #RedsCountry pic.twitter.com/OwhwQh4svL— Jeff Drummond (@JDrumUK) August 22, 2018
The Reds’ Jose Peraza after Milwaukee’s Jesus Aguilar broke his belt during today’s game 😂 #RedsCountry pic.twitter.com/OwhwQh4svL
All is well that ends well, as the Brewers won the game 4-0.