Cat crashes Cardinals, Royals MLB game


The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Kansas City Royals 8-5 on Wednesday night at Busch Stadium thanks to a little help from a feline friend.

On Wednesday night an adorable kitten wandered onto Busch Field and quickly became an icon.

Molina's next swing after the cat was in custody?

Move over rally squirrel, the rally cat leads the Cardinals to their 5th straight win.

That said. Taking nothing away from the heroism of Yadi, or #RallyCat herself, to our mind, a third hero was minted in the bottom of the sixth, and that's the Cardinals' employee who got stuck dealing with the pint-sized beast.

Lucas Hackerman, of O'Fallon, ended up rescuing the cat from center field, but it wasn't easy. They got "Rally Cat"-and now baseball has a new hero and meme". Louis Cardinals game and it sparked a comeback for the home team. "I looked at Lorenzo Cain, he was like laughing at me, all the players were laughing at me".

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With the cat off the field, Yadier Molina stepped to the plate.

It was the fifth loss in six games for Kansas City (57-56), which fell out of the American League's second wild-card spot with Seattle's win in Oakland.

The Cardinals on Thursday confirmed the now-infamous RallyCat is missing, despite earlier reports it was taken to the Humane Society.

Cahill lasted only 2 1/3 innings, giving up three runs, four hits and five walks with a strikeout. The first four Royals batters collected hits. The St. Louis Cardinals released a statement on the situation and are hoping the cat is returned to them so they can care for it.

And it will likely have no shortage of Cardinal fans willing to give it a home.