Cardinals’ Molina enraged by collision that hospitalized Angels’ Lucroy: ‘Bulls–t’


The baseball world held its breath on Sunday evening when Angels catcher Jonathan Lucroy was carted off the sector after a brutal collision at residence plate in opposition to the Astros.

Pinch runner Jake Marisnick took off for residence with the sport tied at 10 within the eighth inning, barreling by Lucroy, knocking him to his again together with his head slamming into the grime. The previous All-Star struggled to gather himself whereas athletic trainers smothered his face with towels to cease a bloody nostril.

Lucroy managed to stroll himself over to the ready cart, however was visibly shaken up. The group later introduced that he was transported to a hospital for a CT scan and can be evaluated for a doable concussion and damaged nostril.

Fellow catcher Yadier Molina of the Cardinals took to Instagram on Sunday evening to precise his issues in regards to the incident, an expletive-laced submit that he’s no stranger to setting up.

“Bulls–t!!! MLB must take motion on this bulls–t play!” Molina wrote. “Praying for Lucroy! Slide slide slide f–ok! F–ok u if u assume that is okay.”

4 f-bombs and a grotesque photograph of Lucroy’s neck through the collision later, Molina took to the feedback to battle anybody who disagreed together with his stance on the incident. Even when Marisnick’s teammate Carlos Correa, who performed for Puerto Rico within the World Baseball Basic with Molina, tried to clarify the circumstances, Molina wasn’t accepting it.

Correa wasn’t the one Astros participant to attempt to reply for the huge crash. Marisnick gave his aspect of issues following Houston’s 11-10 win.

“For me,” Marisnick, who was known as out on the play, stated, “I used to be operating, and I see him taking a step up the road like he’s going to drop and return, so I attempt to take an in step and slide headfirst on the within nook. I watched the play once more, and he drops proper in entrance of me. As soon as I form of decided, it was too late. It was a foul play, and I hope he’s OK.”

It’s unclear if Marisnick’s transfer was intentional, however Angels supervisor Brad Ausmus is asking on the league to think about a suspension.

“It definitely didn’t seem like a clear play,” Ausmus stated. “I don’t know what really occurred, but it surely seemed like Marisnick took a step to the left and bowled into him together with his arm up. The decision was proper. Actually, I believe Main League Baseball ought to most likely check out it. Take into account some kind of suspension, fairly frankly.”