Lars Nootbaar is a man of many talents.
Everybody in the St. Louis Cardinals clubhouse loves him.
He knows how to keep everybody loose, even the veterans of the team.
He can also swing a hot bat, run the bases well, and play some elite defense.
But during the Cards postgame celebration after clinching the NL Central, Nootbaar added another impressive skill to his resume, taking control of a microphone and running around the clubhouse interviewing his teammates and coaches, as if he himself were a reporter.
Nootbaar’s main focus was Andrew Knizner’s “back side” home run, referring the home run Knizner hit that bounced off the top of the right center field wall.
BREAKING: Noot News is on the scene! pic.twitter.com/TN7Mo2jZ7I
— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) September 28, 2022
Welcome To Noot News!
Every team needs somebody to keep things loose in the clubhouse.
For the Cardinals, Nootbaar is that guy.
We all know about his ability to keep everybody in a good mood, while also playing his heart out on the field.
But apparently, he’s got some journalism skills too.
You might call it, “Noot News.”
That’s what the Cardinals are calling it anyway.
It’s funny, yet informative news, and you’d be crazy not to tune in, that is, if Nootbaar was an actual journalist.
But he’d make a pretty good one if we’re going to take an honest look at his abilities.
There’s really nothing not to love about Nootbaar.
He’s one heck of a player and journalist.
He’s the kind of guy that can have fun and turn frowns into smiles, even joking around with guys such as Albert Pujols, Adam Wainwright, and Yadier Molina.
Hopefully, when Nootbaar’s career is over, he can take up a job in the journalism field and bring his infectious humor with him.NEXT: MLB Highlights A Cardinals Trio Looking To Repeat