You'd think the birds would've learned by now.
Ryne Elvers, a pitcher for Sacred Heart-Griffin High School in Springfield, Ill., did his best Randy Johnson impersonation recently and sent feathers flying. Elvers delivered a pitch that struck a bird flying across the home-plate area.
Fortunately for this bird, it survived and flew away — unlike the one from the Johnson incident. Then again, The Big Unit's fastball frequently hit the high 90s, so that impact was a little more intense.
Nevertheless, Johnson's bird-shattering incident was one that few thought would ever be replicated. If this keeps up, the term "angry birds" might be more than just a time-killing game.
Check out Elvers' pitch in the video below.
Just for kicks, here's the Johnson incident.