In an Instagram Live video shared by Cardinals outfielder Randy Arozarena, supervisor Mike Shildt appeared to offer an expletive-ladden speech to his gamers following a 13-1 win in NLDS Game 5 over the Braves.
Included in the obvious postgame group talk was reference to the Braves upping tensions in a hard-fought sequence, in addition to some fired-up predictions for the NLCS and past.
“The (Braves) started some s—,” Shildt appeared to shout. “We completed the s—. And that’s how we roll. No one f—s with us ever.”
As for what comes subsequent for St. Louis?
“I don’t give a f— who we play,” Shildt appeared to tell the players. “We’re gonna f— them up. We’re gonna take it proper to them the entire f—ing manner. We’re gonna kick their f—ing a—.”
“The [Braves] started some shit. We finished the shit. And that’s how we roll. No one fucks with us ever. Now, I don’t give a fuck who we play. We’re gonna fuck them up. We’re gonna take it right to them the whole fucking way. We’re gonna kick their fucking ass.” pic.twitter.com/2J7jyJc60O
— STLSportsCentral (@stlsportscntrl) October 10, 2019
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Things received heated between the Cardinals and Braves in Game 1, when St. Louis nearer Carlos Martinez took exception to the way in which Ronald Acuña Jr. celebrated a house run. In Game 5’s blowout, Acuña was hit by a pitch in the fifth inning.
Arozarena, a rookie, was in all probability not speculated to share that non-public video with the general public. But the 24-year-old probably didn’t understand how briskly it will unfold, or the way it may result in questioning of the group.
This incident brings to thoughts what occurred with the Steelers in 2017, when vast receiver Antonio Brown’s live-shared video of postgame celebrations included phrases from coach Mike Tomlin on the Patriots.