Yadier Molina let a runner on because he couldn’t find the ball. (It was stuck to him.)

Dan Gartland
Sports Illustrated
How many times has your mom asked “Where are my glasses?” and you’ve had to say “Uh, right on top of your head”?

Yadier Molina let a runner on because he couldn’t find the ball. (It was stuck to him.)

How many times has your mom asked “Where are my glasses?” and you’ve had to say “Uh, right on top of your head”?

How many times has your mom asked “Where are my glasses?” and you’ve had to say “Uh, right on top of your head”?

Brett Cecil got Matt Szczur to strikeout on Thursday afternoon but the pitch was in the dirt, sending Yadier Molina scrambling to throw Szczur out at first. There’s just one problem: Molina couldn’t find the ball, even though it was stuck on his gut.

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What possible reason could Molina have for having that much pine tar on his chest protector?

This article was originally published on SI.com

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