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Cat on Field Sets Up Cardinals’ Grand Slam


 

A member of the St. Louis Cardinals ground crew runs off the field with a cat that ran on the field during the sixth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Busch Stadium. Photo Credit: Jeff Curry, Custom

 

St. Louis, MO. August 10 – A new unofficial mascot may have been born at Busch Stadium Wednesday night.

The Cardinals trailed by a run with two outs in the sixth inning as Yadier Molina stepped to the plate with the bases loaded. After taking the first pitch for a ball, Molina stepped out of the batter’s box and pointed his bat toward the outfield where a field intruder was streaking across the outfield.

A black and gray cat ran past Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain and onto the warning track before a member of the grounds crew scooped it up.

As the crew member ran back to the stands, he was shown the cat’s fighting spirit.  The crew member managed to keep a hold of the cat as he hurdled back into the stands.

 

A cat runs across the field during the sixth inning of a baseball game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals. Photo Credit: The Associated Press

 

After a few slow-motion replays of the grounds crew members agonizing pain, action resumed.

On the very next pitch, Molina launched a grand slam into the left-field seats to give the Cardinals an 8-5 lead.

During the broadcast, Dan McLaughlin said the Humane Society picked up the cat from the ballpark.

The only thing left to do now is print the t-shirts.

The Cardinals went on to win the game, 8-5. They are now tied with the Brewers and 1.5 games behind the Cubs.


 

A member of the St. Louis Cardinals ground crew runs off the field with a cat that ran on the field during the sixth inning against the Kansas City Royals at Busch Stadium. Photo Credit: Jeff Curry, Custom

 

Gato en el campo de juego pone en marcha el gran slam de los Cardinals

St. Louis, MO. 10 de agosto – Es probable que haya nacido una nueva mascota no oficial pudo en el Busch Stadium el miércoles por la noche.

Los Cardinals estaban atrás por una carrera con dos outs en la sexta entrada cuando Yadier Molina salió a batear con las bases llenas. Después de abanicar en el primer lanzamiento, Molina salió de la almohadilla del bateador y apuntó su bat hacia el campo donde un intruso corría a través del campo.

Un gato negro y gris pasó por delante del jardinero central de los Royals, Lorenzo Cain, y en la línea de advertencia antes de que un miembro de la equipo de campo de los Cardinals lo recogiera.

Cuando el miembro del equipo regresó corriendo a las gradas, mostró el espíritu de lucha con el gato, y se las arregló para sostenerlo mientras volaba hacia las gradas.

 

A cat runs across the field during the sixth inning of a baseball game between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Kansas City Royals. Photo Credit: The Associated Press

 

Después de algunas repeticiones en cámara lenta de la agonía del miembro del equipo, se reanudó el juego.

En el siguiente lanzamiento, Molina lanzó un grand slam hacia las gradas del campo izquierdo para dar a los Cardinals una ventaja de 8-5.

Durante la transmisión, Dan McLaughlin dijo que la Humane Society recogió el gato del estadio.

Lo único que queda por hacer ahora es imprimir las camisetas.

Los Cardenales ganaron el juego, 8-5. Ahora están empatados con los Brewers y 1,5 juegos detrás de los Cubs.

 


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