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Sun Sentinel columnistClearly, there is a Cardinals Way, one that sustains the St. Louis baseball franchise through the loss of respected executives (Walt Jocketty), Hall of Fame managers (Tony La Russa) and Hall of Fame sluggers (Albert Pujols). For the past decade-plus,...
AP Sports WriterSAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Rookie shortstop Pete Kozma moved to his right, only to watch the ball off Hunter Pence's broken bat inexplicably change directions when the shattered barrel hit the ball a second and then third time. Three runs scored on...
Tags: St. Louis Cardinals, Travel, Jon Jay, Marco Scutaro, Pete Kozma
ST. LOUIS — As the front page of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch said, "No Albert, no Tony, no problem.'' With that in the public record, what's the big deal with a marathon rain delay? It was no sweat for the Cardinals. Not much is these days. Not a...
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. "The Casual Vacancy" by J.K. Rowling (Little, Brown, $35). A small English town is rattled by the unexpected death of an elected official. Last week: — 2. "Winter of the World" by Ken Follett (Dutton, $36). The second...
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AP Sports WriterATLANTA — Talk about a wild card. This one was just plain wild. Chipper Jones played his final game. The Atlanta fans turned Turner Field into a trash heap after a disputed infield fly. And the St. Louis Cardinals did what they always seem...
After a wild — and wild-card determining — final day of the six-month-long baseball season, we finally know the winners and who will play whom when and where. Wow is the only way to describe what happened in the 162nd game. For the A's, it...
With the Cardinals in town this weekend — and well on their way to another playoff berth — it is a good time to consider the fate of two old and proud franchises. One is trying to go someplace. That, of course, would be the Cubs. The other is...
Talking baseball while hoping the Bulls can find some instant offense in the draft: 1. The White Sox arrive in New York with the Yankees reeling from the kind of day every big league team dreads. They put CC Sabathia on the disabled list because of a...
The Cubs’ Starlin Castro was named an All-Star for a second straight year and Bryan LaHair for the first time, both as National League reserves selected by player votes. First base coach Dave McKay will be part of the staff of Tony La Russa....
Regional hero: Freese Ron Fritz Baltimore Sun Why not an almost local hero? David Freese isn't from Kansas City, but he plays for the Cardinals and grew up outside of St. Louis, about a four-hour drive to Kansas City. He led the Cardinals to the...
WASHINGTON - Nationals manager Davey Johnson was talking to general manager Mike Rizzo on Saturday when he called for Bryce Harper to come over. Harper thought it was one of two things: ''I was thinking I was going down because Rizzo and everybody was...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- American League manager Ron Washington selected Justin Verlander as his starting pitcher and veteran Derek Jeter as his leadoff batter for Tuesday’s All-Star game. NL manager Tony La Russa chose the Giants' Matt Cain over the...
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