I don't know how many times I heard clips of that song during home football games. A short video from the previous game would be played to it. Not everyone gets knocked down and gets back up.
Baseball players can suffer the same fate. A rookie comes up, dazzles the league and wins Rookie of the Year, only to have the league figure them out the following season. Jerome Walton and Kevin Maas come to mind as players from my early collecting years who faded quickly after their first season. One current Cardinals player may be following that same path.
Fast forward to this year and Diaz has seemed to lose his batting eye. He struggled to hit in the mid .250s before being demoted to Triple A at the end of June. He has not fared much better since. I am not sure if he will ever get back to his All Star form, but I would like to see him get another chance. I doubt it will be as the Cardinals shortstop unless Paul DeJong suffers a similar fate. He has been playing all over the infield in the minors, so maybe he can become a super utility guy. About the only positive thing out of his slump is how cheap is autos have become. I won the pictured 2017 Topps Tier One card for $4.98 delivered. Before the start of this season his autos were going for $15-$20.