The "Rally Goose", in fact, has been released after a short stay in a veterinary hospital.
The goose, which finally crashed into a Comerica Park marker after being ejected from the field by members of the Detroit Tigers The ground crew during a rain delay on Wednesday, was released on the wild Friday in East Lansing , Michigan.
In the air, as he left the stadium, the goose tried to hit the jumps when he saw a big blue marker – but it was too late. The goose crashed into the scoreboard and crashed into the seats below, while the fans who shouted seconds before exhaled in despair.
It was considered that the goose was fine. Dr. Catherine Roach, a veterinarian who attended the game and helped take care of the goose after her hard knock and fall, threw the grbad before Thursday's game.
The Tigers have also taken flight since the incident, placing a decoy in the dugout and adopting the #RallyGoose mantra. After recovering five races after the incident to win Wednesday's game, the Tigers have added two more wins for Saturday's game.