Marlins get walk-off win vs. Cardinals after Jordan Hicks’ mistake

The St. Louis Cardinals are having a terribly frustrating season, being in last location in the average NL Central.

On Wednesday night, the Cardinals struck a brand-new low, managing an especially awful method to blow a ballgame and offering an unforeseen conclusion to a wild video game in Miami.

Routing 9-8 in the bottom of the ninth inning, the Marlins had one out and runners on very first and 2nd base when Marlins shortstop Joey Wendle sliced a comebacker to Cardinals pitcher Jordan Hicks. What need to have been a simple toss to very first baseman Paul Goldschmidt for the 2nd out developed into a catastrophe for the Cardinals. Hicks toppled Goldschmidt and the ball rolled into nasty area in ideal field as Garrett Hampson and Yuli Gurriel raced around the bases, scoring the connecting and winning runs, respectively, in an insane 10-9 triumph.

” You do not anticipate to win one like that,” Wendle stated, “however I believe with the battle that we have and the manner in which we continue to combat hard … it’s been enjoyable.”

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