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Goldschmidt family holds their own opening day from home

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St. Louis is missing its Cardinals right now with opening day postponed due to the spread of the coronavirus. So, the Goldschmidts decided to bring a little baseball into our lives.

The Cardinals shared this video on Twitter of first baseman Paul Goldschmidt and his kids played some backyard baseball, with his son taking on the tough task of pitching to their All-Star dad.

It's alright though. Goldy's son said he was "Adam Wainwright" on the mound in the match up with dad.

After a pitch just a little bit out of the zone, big Goldy chased a bit but was able to put it in play.

It wasn't dad's day though. The Goldschmidt kids were able to nab dad on the bases as he headed home in predictably adorable fashion.

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