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Chris Carpenter has already told Cardinals manager Tony La Russa in no uncertain terms that he is ready, willing and able to start Friday's Game 7 of the World Series against the Rangers. In the immediate aftermath of Game 6, La Russa was still unwilling to name Carpenter his starting pitcher.
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ST. LOUIS — With his Wednesday night free because of the World Series rain postponement, Tony La Russa decided to make another run at watching "Moneyball."
The St. Louis Cardinals manager said he had already tried to watch the movie starring Brad Pitt as Oakland A's GM Billy Beane but "walked out" because he didn't think it was a "tribute"...
ST. LOUIS -- Now it can be told what St. Louis manager Tony La Russa did at the end of his worst managing night in the big leagues. He didn't stop managing after World Series Game 5 ended, a game that had been so embarrassing for him that he twice could not properly communicate which reliever he wanted throwing in the bullpen, a breakdown that once left him standing on a World...
The Texas Rangers were just one strike away from their first World Series Championship not once, but twice Thursday night in what ended up being one of the most exciting Fall Classic games in baseball history.
We can't really tell whether it was a Rangers bullpen meltdown, or a surging St. Louis Cardinals comeback, but either way the rally squirrel prevailed for an 11th...
ST. LOUIS -- The one-day postponement of Game 6 of the World Series gives the St. Louis Cardinals a chance to use...
Chris Carpenter will start on three days' rest in Game 7 of the World Series for the St. Louis Cardinals. The team confirmed manager Tony La Russa's selection for the deciding game against the Texas Rangers several hours before the first pitch Friday night. Carpenter started on short rest in the first round of the NL playoffs against the Phillies and lasted only three innings.
I watched game 6 of the World Series last night hoping to see the Rangers win their first title in team history. More importantly though, I was hoping to see my most hated team, Tony LaRussa’s St. Louis Cardinals, fall at home, and NOT win the World Series.
It looked good in the first inning. The Rangers were getting to Jamie Garcia, but the Cardinals were scoring too. The game...
he St. Louis Cardinals won a remarkable World Series they weren't even supposed to reach, beating the Texas Rangers 6-2 in Game 7 on Friday with another key hit by hometown star David Freese and six gutty innings from Chris Carpenter.
The St. Louis Cardinals won a remarkable World Series they weren't even supposed to reach, beating the Texas Rangers 6-2 in Game 7 on Friday night with another key hit by hometown star David Freese and six gutty innings from Chris Carpenter.