You can now buy an official #RaiseTheCat T-shirt from the Sixers

You can now buy an official #RaiseTheCat T-shirt from the Sixers

#RaiseTheCat is no longer an underground movement of the most loyal Sixers fans on Twitter. No, Raise the Cat has gone mainstream.

Not only have plenty of the Sixers players participated, but the voice of the team, Marc Zumoff, has exulted the phrase on TV following wins. It's been on the jumbotron at the Wells Fargo Center as well.

Now it can be on your chest.

The NBA store shared the below T-shirt design with the official Sixers logo on it.

https://twitter.com/NBASTORE/status/831619527586635777

There has been unofficial #RaiseTheCat merch floating around the web as well. Those guys are apparently using the proceeds to help the kitties.

We're just happy Salt Bae has reached Sixers Twitter.

The Rockies Twitter account tweeted whole game in 'Rocky' quotes

The Rockies Twitter account tweeted whole game in 'Rocky' quotes

If you watched Monday night's Phillies loss at the hands of the Colorado Rockies, you probably weren't very entertained -- unless you're a Rockies fan.

But if you followed the game on Twitter and happen to follow the Rockies' account, you may have been slightly more entertained.

Slightly.

They tried something we haven't seen from an opposing team just yet. They tweeted throughout the game using only quotes from the Rocky movie franchise.

Now, you can debate how successful of a move this was but you have to at least give them some points for creativity. And it's not like this was a playoff game with high stakes. This was a relatively boring Monday night game in the middle of May.

You can read our recap of the Phillies' 8-1 loss right here. Or here's how the night transpired on Twitter:

Watch: Fan lays out for incredible catch at Phillies-Rockies game

Watch: Fan lays out for incredible catch at Phillies-Rockies game

If you missed Monday night's Phillies game, you didn't miss a whole lot. The Phillies put up just three hits and lost, 8-1, to the Rockies at Citizens Bank Park.

However, there was one heck of a catch, and it came in the stands.

This fan went all out for an incredible one-handed grab in the bottom of the sixth inning. The snag, one of the better ones you'll see in the crowd this season, elicited a nice applause from the fans and a shoutout from Phillies broadcasters Tom McCarthy and John Kruk.

"Did he go over the top of the girl next to him?" McCarthy asked, impressed by the play.

"I think he was trying save her," Kruk said. "Let's go with chivalry, he was trying to save her."

Hat tip to this guy for making the catch of the night, which you can watch right here.