Sister Mary Joe Sobieck opened the St. Louis Cardinals game against the Los Angeles Dodgers with a perfect pitch, Yasiel Puig showed love to the fans and MLB announced it Memorial Day uniforms.
Sister Act 2
Sister Mary Joe Sobieck, who became an Internet sensation after throwing a strike prior to a Chicago White Sox game, did it again, but this time around, she opened the tilt between the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Dodgers.
Sister Act 2. pic.twitter.com/PzyDgYMchV
— MLB (@MLB) April 11, 2019
Top 5 plays of the day
We had ten games on schedule yesterday and plenty of good plays to go around.
What was your favorite play of the day? pic.twitter.com/cLL3rM7MX5
— MLB (@MLB) April 12, 2019
Pete Alonso with a skyrocket
The New York Mets are currently at the top of the National League with an 8-4 record and Pete Alonso recorded the second-hardest hit ball of the campaign with this rocket that helped the Mets beat the Atlanta Braves on the road.
— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) April 12, 2019
Puig loves the fans
The Cincinnati Reds didn’t open the season on a high note but they managed to win three straight games and the fans sent their support in a funny way. Yasiel Puig couldn’t hide his excitement and love for the fans as he shared his feeling on his Twitter account.
— Yasiel Puig (@YasielPuig) April 11, 2019
No more camo for the Memorial Day
The MLB decided to move on from camo uniforms to mark Memorial Day and will instead go with a poppy and “Lest We Forget” patch. Also, MLB won’t sell Memorial Day uniforms anymore but the camo uniforms will be used for Armed Forces Day.
News at @YahooSports: MLB is changing its approach for Memorial Day uniforms. No more camo. Instead, a poppy and "Lest We Forget."
MLB won't sell Memorial Day uniforms anymore. But the camo uniforms will be worn (and sold) for Armed Forces Day.
— Mike Oz (@mikeoz) April 12, 2019