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Adam Wainwright will be a free agent after the 2013 season and the St. Louis Cardinals will likely have to pay up to keep him around. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
This week's Cruddy Show was packed with St. Louis sports talk as host Corey Rudd led his panel through yet another riveting session of a "Six Pack of St. Louis Sports."
Among the topics discussed and debated was the future of Adam Wainwright with the St. Louis Cardinals.
With the Philadelphia Phillies locking up Cole Hamels to a six year, $144 million contract, the panel discussed how that contract would impact Wainwright's pending free agency after the 2013 season.
Listen to replay of the show below to hear the panel's discussion on how Cardinals manager John Mozeliak should handle a possible contract extension for Adam Wainwright.
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Late last week, I laid out the top contracts of starting pitchers across Major League Baseball and compared them to what Adam Wainwright might make in 2014 and beyond.
Polls were included that allowed readers to express your favored number of years, dollars and timing. Four years was the leader in the voting, with the money in the $17-$20 million per year range.
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Despite the loss, Kelly (1-4)...
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