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Squirrel Steals Spotlight At Phillies-Cardinals Game
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Squirrel Steals Spotlight At Phillies-Cardinals Game

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Squirrel Steals Spotlight At Phillies-Cardinals Game

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The Philadelphia Phillies played the St. Louis Cardinals Wednesday night, and for the second straight game a squirrel stole the show. This time the creature darted in front of the batter's box and dashed into the stands at Busch Stadium. The Cardinals' 5-3 victory was celebrated on Twitter by a new user called @BuschSquirrel.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Renee Montagne.

The Phillies played the Cardinals last night, but for the second straight game a squirrel stole the show. This time, the creature darted right in front of the batter's box and dashed into the stands at Bush Stadium in St. Louis. The Cardinals 5-3 victory was celebrated on Twitter by a new user called @BushSquirrel. He wished the Cards luck in Game 5 with the hash tag Rally Squirrel. It's MORNING EDITION.

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