Cardinal's Martinez talks Cinco de Mayo, Giving Back, Mosaic

If you had walked into the old gymnasium at St. Cecilia's School in south St. Louis on Thursday, May 5, you would have been greeted with the mouth-watering smell of chicken topped with a piquant mole and the welcoming sound of a woman calling for more tequila. You would have seen a room buzzing with excitement, not just from the festivities for St. Cecilia's Cinco de Mayo fiesta, but also from the surprise guest that sat at the table in front of the stage diligently signing his name on baseball cards.

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