Cardinals searching for feline after Stray Cat Strut

Rallycat helps Cardinals with Grand Slam

Rallycat helps Cardinals with Grand Slam

Overshadowed in the hubbub surrounding #rallycat is this salient fact about the St. Louis Cardinals: Their offense is functioning at a level many thought it would back in February and March.

On the first pitch after play resumed, St. Louis catcher Yadier Molina hit a grand slam off Kansas City pitcher Peter Moylan to give the Cardinals an 8-5 lead they wouldn't relinquish. In August 2017, it's all about Rally Cat.

The Royals were up 5-4 in the sixth inning against Major League Baseball rivals the St Louis Cardinals on Wednesday with Moylan on the mound.

Cardinals fans quickly took inspiration from the feline field invader, one in particular designing a new jersey for Molina.

Molina wasn't phased by the incident, and ended up hitting a grand slam home run.

As Hackmann was taken to the hospital to attend to his injuries, the Cardinals said ushers tried to contain the cat when "a fan grabbed it and claimed it was hers". Last year, a cat scampered onto the field in Anaheim during St. Louis's game against the Angels (who already have a rally animal and thus were no longer taking applications).

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Enter Korie Harris, a cat lover and crowd member at Busch Stadium Wednesday night.

Somehow during the bottom of the sixth, a stray cat managed to get on the field somewhere near the third base line. "It's just scared, '" she told the Post-Dispatch.

RT @Cut4: So the cat has to be named Yadi now, right? Our grounds crew is working on developing a stray animal protocol to ensure the safety of both crew and animal should this happen again.

All this cat wanted was a little love from LoCain. "But I sure like that one".

"I just want to find him", she said.

The Cardinals issued a statement Thursday on the rally cat's eventual escape.

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