The model, 31, posted a photo of the singer, 38, sharing a high-five with fashion photographer – and celebrity hair stylist Jen Atkin’s husband – Mike Rosenthal while at the World Series Game 2 at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.
While Legend and Rosenthal appeared to be enjoying the game, the two were photographed high-fiving some diehard Dodger’s fans — which caught the attention of Teigen.
“*watches baseball once* #pinotgrigio #grigioboys #chocolatecroissants #baseballfanatics #aleagueoftheirown #bleedblue @mrmikerosenthal @johnlegend @jentkinhair,” Teigen captioned the photo.
Teigen kept it up, sharing more photos of the two at the game, writing in a second post, “I’m dying. No one in the world knows less about baseball than these two @mrmikerosenthal@johnlegend @jenatkinhair.”
She then photoshopped a wine glass into her husband’s hand a piece of bread – to represent a chocolate croissant – into Rosenthal’s hand, to represent what the model says is what they actually know about, as opposed to baseball.
While baseball is not normally Legend’s game, in June, the singer and his wife took their 18-month-old daughter Luna to Safeco Field before the Seattle Mariners and Minnesota Twins game.
The little girl was offered the chance to participate in an MLB tradition: throwing the first pitch — which she nailed!
The “All of Me” singer took to Instagram to show his pride in his daughter, writing, “Proud papa #LunasFirstTour” in the caption of a photo of him with his family.
This article was originally published on PEOPLE.