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St. Louis Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter is a bulldog on the mound. He pitches with grit, exuberance, and intensity each time he takes the hill. Ironically enough, those are the same type of adjectives often used to describe hockey players. Carpenter played a lot of hockey during his high school days and evidently, has played quite a bit of hockey this offseason as well. According to Jennifer Langosch of StlCardinals.com, Carpenter skated with players from the St. Louis Blues often as his hockey friends waited for the NHL lockout to end. "It was a lot of fun," Carpenter told Langosch. "I thank those guys for allowing me to do that. It was a dream come true. ... To get to know those guys and just be involved in skating two or three times a week, the exercise you get is phenomenal. You don't realize it but after an hour and a half of practice with those guys how good of shape you get in. To have fun and continue to exercise and to be able to spend time with thos...
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Hall of Fame ballplayer Stan Musial, who spent his entire career with the St. Louis Cardinals, died on Saturday at the age of 92.
Pictured in order by rows: Matt Holliday, Jaime Garcia, Adron Chambers, John Vuch, John Mozeliak, Matt Adams, Sam Freeman, Shane Robinson, Dan Kantrovitz and Adam Wainwright.
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The St. Louis Cardinals pitcher has been named by his teammates to receive a very special award.
Public visitation will be Thursday and the funeral mass Saturday at the Cathedral Bailica of St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS, January 21, 2013 – The St. Louis Cardinals announced that the family of Stan Musial has made the following funeral and public visitation arrangements for the Cardinals Hall of Famer.
A public visitation is planned for Thursday, January 24th from 2 P.M. to 8 P.M....
Stan Musial, by any measure one of the greatest ever to play the game of baseball, died yesterday at his St. Louis-area home. He was 92.
The St. Louis Cardinals signed Musial as a pitcher in 1937, but he didn’t spend much time on the mound.
In his 22 seasons with the Cardinals (from 1941–1963, taking a break to serve in the Navy in 1945), “Stan the Man” compiled 3,630 hits...
The St. Louis Cardinals versatile and valuable utilityman Matt Carpenter is the team’s 2012 Rookie of the Year.
On Sunday morning, I was the guest of host Lori Rubinson on New York’s WFAN 660 Radio. Our subject was the life of St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Famer Stan Musial. The greatest player in team history passed away Saturday at the age of 92.
In the following audio interview, we touched on some of Musial’s many statistical milestones as Stan the Man, but our focus was more on Stan...
ST. LOUIS The greatest Cardinal of them all has passed away.
Hall of famer Stan Musial, winner of three MVP Awards and holder of nearly all franchise records from his 22-year career with the Cardinals, died Saturday at the age of 92.
Musial, the first player in franchise history to have his number retired, passed away at his home in Ladue, Mo., with his family by his side.
Tweet In the great history of the St. Louis Cardinals franchise there may not be a more beloved player than Stan “The Man” Musial. He was a first ballot Hall of Fame inductee in 1969, won three National League MVP Awards (1943, 1946, 1948), and was a member of three World Series winning teams [...]
One of baseball’s greatest players has passed away at age 92. Stan Musial’s resume was as impressive as anyone.
A hall of fame player, Musial won seven National League batting titles, three MVP awards and was part of three World Series championships for the Cardinals during the 1940s.
Musial passed away in his home. His son-in-law informed the Cardinals of his death.
ST. LOUIS Catcher Yadier Molina thought brother Bengie was going to sign with the Cardinals to be his backup prior to the 2011 season.
Two years later, he'll finally get the opportunity to put on the same uniform.
After a deal fell through prior to the 2011 season to have Bengie join the Cardinals as a player, the oldest Molina brother has joined the club as their assistant...
The “Man,” who passed away Saturday at the age of 92, was the greatest, most beloved player in St. Louis Cardinals history.