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Rally Goose Now a Legitimate Thing for the Detroit Tigers

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It was a Wednesday night in Detroit when the "Rally Goose" was born. 

During the top of the sixth inning of a baseball game between the Los Angeles Angels and the Detroit Tigers, a Canadian goose found itself wanting to watch the game from field level. The "Rally Goose," as it's come to be known, was chased by security and ground crews before smashing into an advertisement sign.


The goose ended up being OK, as a kind spectator helped it out of the stadium.

The team now keeps a life-size goose character in the dugout during each game.

The goose really has earned its name, as the Tigers ended up besting the Angels, and won their fourth game in a row Saturday night. The team standings were a mere 24-30 prior to the Rally Goose, and now they're almost to .500 on the season.

Will the luck continue? Only time will tell.

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Rally Goose Now a Legitimate Thing for the Detroit Tigers