'Rally Cat' invaded the field, helped Cardinals earn comeback victory (VIDEO)

'Rally Cat' invaded the field, helped Cardinals earn comeback victory (VIDEO)

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'Rally Cat' invaded the field, helped Cardinals earn comeback victory (VIDEO)

The Kansas City Royals ran into a force greater than them on Wednesday night, and that was the difference regarding why they blew a 5-4 lead in the game.

It didn’t come from a normal obstacle, though, instead, it was a furry feline that helped contribute to the 8-5 victory for the Cardinals.

Faced with two outs and the bases loaded, Yadier Molina had a huge opportunity to break the game open, and did. The door was officially opened when a cat invaded the field, causing a brief break in the action, so a member of the grounds crew could properly remove it.

The game resumed, and Molina then proceeded to crush a go-head, game-winning grand slam — bringing the crowd at Busch Stadium to its feet.

Sure, it was no “Rally Monkey,” but it was still just as effective on Wednesday, leading to the same result.

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