Cardinals reliever Brett Cecil said he has not been contacted by Major League Baseball about how and why his puzzling wild pitch stuck to catcher Yadier Molina's chest protector in the seventh inning of Thursday night's 6-4 loss to the Chicago Cubs. But the southpaw stressed Friday afternoon that he's got nothing to hide from the league, opposing hitters or the crowd of reporters that huddled around his locker.
The mystery behind how a ball stuck to Yadier Molina's chest protector in Thursday's 6-4 loss to the Cubs persisted a day later as no one with the Cardinals has been able to explain it.
St. Louis Official Site
A day after his 7th inning pitch bounced and then stuck to the chest protector of his catcher, St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Brett Cecil was ready to share his take on what happened.
STL Baseball Weekly