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As the St. Louis Cardinals miraculously came back in a dramatic Game Five victory over the Washington Nationals on Friday night, there is little to complain about regarding the Cardinals in St. Louis. That being said, outfielder Matt Holliday has struggled at the plate throughout the playoffs.  He has just not been able to get going.  Many are wondering what is going on?  Is Holliday or hurt?  Or is he having a tough time dealing with "being the man" this year and is he feeling the pressure? Check out the replay of Friday night's Cruddy Show as the cast debates what is ailing Matt Holliday. Listen to internet radio with Cruddy Show on Blog Talk Radio The Cruddy Show is a St. Louis sports talk show and podcast.  Listen to the Cruddy Show every Tuesday and Friday night live at 9:30 pm CT on BlogTalkRadio.com to hear the latest in St. Louis sports.  You can download each podcast on iTunes and follow @CruddyShow on Twitter! More from StlSportsMinute.com Cruddy ...
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