Cue it up!!!
Want to take a look at the bright side that the Cardinals' outfielder himself won't be able to stare directly into for the next week while recovering from what may be a mild concussion? No one can question his willingness to take one for the team in the foreseeable future. If you are gonna get beamed in both funny bones and your goddamn temple over the course of one trip around the bases then it might as well result in a run scored. If Stephen Piscotty had finished off his hat trick of misfortune by the time he had gotten to third and the inning abruptly ended with him stranded on the corner in pain then we would just pity his efforts. Instead we get to celebrate them... as much as anyone can possibly celebrate a single run in an early April baseball game. If I'm the guy that literally sacrificed my physical and mental health to put the only tally on the board in a 2-1 loss then I'm coasting to first on every infield ground ball from now until Labor Day, and if anyone so much as questions my efforts then I'm showing them the game tape of my terrible, horrible, no good, very bad inning. Mostly because I would need another viewing to jog my memory of the play that earned me the benefit of the doubt for at least a few months.