Thanks to clips immediately shared on social media, untold thousands of Cardinals fans and groin-having humans have watched, in horror, as beloved catcher Yadier Molina took a fastball to the groin on Saturday.
Let's take a look at that clip one more time. (Also, sorry.)
Watches Yadier Molina video. Involuntarily assumes the fetal position.— Michael is muttering (@mlreed1956) May 7, 2018
As a former catcher, taking a foul tip in the nuggets is less than ideal. Let alone a foul tip off a pitch that’s coming in at 102. How Yadi could walk off on his own power is unbelievable.— Jake Keim (@keimtime3) May 5, 2018
"yadier molina" Even if I am not a big fan of this guy... I unfortunately know what he has to go through and I don't wish that on my worst enemy.— KMA's Korner 🕉️🌌🐳 (@KMAsKorner) May 7, 2018
Pray for Yadier Molina i wouldn’t wish that on anybody— 🅱️ (@FreeReignsOwn) May 7, 2018
watching the replay of the foul that knocked out Yadi, does every guy get that queasiness and lack of breath from getting hit in the nuts feeling, or is it just me?— Chandler Hayes (@chandlerhayes11) May 7, 2018
My balls hurt just looking at that replay. Omg that was 102 mph foul tip, straight to his balls.— Govfella🇺🇸 (@govfella) May 5, 2018
Pray for Yadier Molina.#STLCards
Last year Yadi’s season ends after suffering a concussion on consecutive foul balls off the bat of Kris Bryant. This year he’s out a month after surgery following a foul ball off the cup by ...Kris Bryant. Moral: don’t pitch to Kris Bryant.— birds on the bat (@C19R) May 6, 2018
The Cubs must feel like they just got hit in the Yadi.— Michael Molkenbur (@molkma) May 7, 2018
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