The Birds can’t nab this cat. The St. Louis Cardinals are scratching and clawing, trying to bring the rally cat who invaded the field last week — directly before a Cardinals grand slam — back to Busch Stadium so they can keep the feline as a bit of a mascot. But after the cat, now...
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