The cat that invaded the park, the Marlins could become a … – The New Herald

If you do not see its owner, the cat that lurked in the park in Little Havana the Opening Day of the season at home could become the mascot lucky the Marlins, which in English would be a “Rally Cat”.

Fish confirmed this Thursday that the grey cat that he would call the attention of the baseball and taken refuge in the giant sculpture of the stadium is still in the power of the team, specifically under the care of a worker.

“There came a person who thought the cat was hers, but then he said that wasn’t his,” said chairman David Samson. “We hope that it appears someone, but if we are not going to become our lucky mascot”.

The cat appeared in the garden, right, calling the attention of Giancarlo Stanton, but then correteó by the meadows to find refuge in the “work of art” that celebrate home runs.

There was also noticed by Marcell Ozuna, shortly before this shot two home runs and remolcara six races to establish a personal brand in your career.

“I do not like cats, and at first I did not like to see you there, but then I thought that if I was there was for some reason,” said the dominican, which on Thursday hit a Grand Slam against the Mets. “Perhaps, we will bring you good luck. May it be so”.

In the past animals have been used as guiding principles, as the “Rally Monkey”, but it is still too early to determine if the cat-fish would achieve a status so important.

Samson, for his part, wanted to send a message to the Society for the protection of Animals (PETA for its acronym in English).

“The cat is very well taken care of”, reported the president of the club. “So nobody is alarmed”.

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