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After a season in which Tony La Russa experienced plenty of ups and downs, the St. Louis Cardinals manager is going out on top. La Russa, 67, calle...

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It was never about how happy the flight was. In the same way, Nick Punto's alter ego, The Shredder, didn't win them any ballgames. And although thi...

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This is it. One game for it all. The idea of one game to decide everything being fitting for this team, and this series, in this postseason asid...

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I remember where I was for a lot of the great Cardinal moments in my lifetime. I was in my dorm room, the fourth floor of the Illinois Street Resid...

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Greetings from Busch Stadium. It's about two and a half hours from first pitch of Game 6 -- finally -- and I've just got a few notes to pass along fro...

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If the pressure of a win-or-go-home Game 6 is getting to Jaime Garcia, he's doing his best not to let it show. "Obviously we were 10 and a half gam...

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On the day before the World Series began, Tony La Russa sat at a microphone and fielded questions about his team, the stage and how he felt about matc...

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What a difference a day makes. Flying high after a 16-7 outburst in Game 3, the Cardinals and their fans were grounded by a dominating performance ...

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The Texas Rangers showed they could win a National League-type pitching duel in Game 2. The Cardinals answered by winning an American League slugfest ...

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In sports, as in the movies, sometimes the sequel is better than the original. And, also like the movies, sometimes the plot twist ruins a perfectly g...

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