ST. LOUIS — Yadier Molina's walk-off sacrifice fly in Game 4 of the NLDS against the Braves was just one more in a long line of Molina moments for Cardinals fans over the years.

This one comes with an extra cool tidbit, though.

Molina's brother Bengie who had a long and successful career as a player as well, was on the Spanish call of the game with play by play man Polo Ascencio.

You have to hear this moment.

(That's Ascencio on the main call and Bengie hooping and hollering in the background the whole way through.)

Ascencio and Bengie have been broadcasting the Cardinals' games in Spanish for a few years now, but this is their first time getting to do so in the playoffs.

Watch: Yadier Molina talks after walk-off win over Braves in Game 4

"I lost it right there," Yadier said of the moment Kolten Wong touched home plate with the winning run. "I think I tossed the bat towards the bullpen. I don't recall, I don't remember that but it was just fun to get the win."

"That's what this guy lives for. This is exactly what Yadier Molina lives for and trains for," Cardinals manager Mike Shildt said after Game 4. "Clearly he's going to have a lot of personal accomplishments, and rightfully so, I'm sure they mean something to him. Yadier Molina is about winning and winning championships. Period."

Watch: Mike Shildt talks after Cardinals walk-off Braves in Game 4

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