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Cardinals: Mike Schildt blames Reds for starting Saturday’s brawl

The Cardinals are sticking by their story that Saturday’s brawl was fully the fault of the Reds. 

The St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds gave followers the primary brawl of 2021 throughout Saturday’s sport. Nicholas Castellanos was on the coronary heart of all of it after he received in Jake Woodford’s face at house plate. Yadier Molina received concerned and it was an entire mess.

Castellanos was beaned and clearly thought it was on objective. Thus, the altercation at house when he got here round to attain. An article in The Athletic following the sport summed up how the Cardinals are feeling concerning the scenario.

Cardinals nonetheless blaming Reds for the entire brawl

“I used to be happy,” Shildt advised reporters, as shared in the article. “Our guys got here on the market. We’re not going to take it. I do know Yadi went instantly proper at him, received sidetracked by Moose. Woody, to his credit score, received up and was like, ‘I’m not going to sit down right here and be taunted.’ Good for him.”

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Cardinals supervisor Mike Shildt believes Castellanos was brazenly taunting his staff. That was not a false assumption.

The entire scenario was foolish and Castellanos created an entire scenario out of nothing. He appeared to imagine he was beaned on objective due to a bat flip he had earlier within the sequence. The Cardinals, in the meantime, appeared confused as to why he simply wouldn’t relax.

Tensions appeared to ease following the sport, however this rivalry ought to solely proceed to be heated because the season continues. That’s very true if Castellanos continues to create narratives in his head about him being a goal. However hey, motivation is available in loads of totally different varieties.

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