After hitting a walk off home run to tie up the NLCS at one game apiece, St. Louis' Kolten Wong emerged from the Cardinal's dog pile at home plate jersey-less.

So what happened to the rookie second baseman's jersey? It was literally torn in two due the raucous celebration at home by his RedBird teammates. Major League Baseball tweeted out this picture today authenticating that it is, indeed, what's left of his jersey. Also, because we are Sneaker Report we have to note the following. After Wong's jersey was ripped off by his teammates, his base-layer shirt displayed Maryland-based Under Armour's logo on his chest rather than the Nike Swoosh that most players around the league wear. Who would of thought that the city of Baltimore would make more noise in the NLCS than the ALCS?

Check out the remains of Wong's jersey below and keep it with Sneaker Report for all your MLB postseason performance gear news.

Image via Uni-Watch


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