Found October 28, 2011 on Pro Sports Daily:
Injured players for both the Texas Rangers and St. Louis Cardinals are expected to play Friday in Game 7 of the World Series. Rangers outfielder Nelson Cruz suffered a strained groin in his last at-bat of Game 6 on Thursday night and was seen limping down the dugout stairs. Cruz homered in the seventh inning, tying the single postseason record with eight. Catcher Mike Napoli appeared to suffer a sprained ankle while running the bases early in Game 6 but stayed in the game. He is 6-for-16 with six walks, two homers and 10 RBI in the series. Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday, who already was nursing a nerve issue in his hand, suffered a bruised finger while being tagged out when he was picked off third base by Napoli in the sixth inning. Holliday is 3-for-19 without an RBI in the series.

Matt Holliday to Miss Game 7

Matt Holliday can’t be happy right now. The superstar for the St. Louis Cardinals will miss Game 7 of the World Series due to a wrist injury. Instead of Holliday, the Cardinals will turn to Allen Craig in left field. Usually being without Holliday would be a huge loss but he’s been struggling with injuries throughout the playoffs and has struggled recently. In the World Series...

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Cruz ties postseason mark with eighth homer

With a homer in the seventh inning of Game 6 on Thursday, Rangers slugger Nelson Cruz tied the all-time record for most dingers in a single postseason with eight.

Even on the road, Mike Napoli feels the love of Ranger fans

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Napoli hangs tough in Rangers' biggest game

Mike Napoli remained in the game despite snapping his ankle in an attempt to slide towards the inside the of the base.

Cardinals Won't Have Holliday for Game 7

The Cardinals took the injured Matt Holliday off their roster and replaced him with Adron Chambers.

Holliday to miss World Series Game 7

ST. LOUIS—Cardinals outfielder Matt Holliday will miss Game 7 of the World Series. Rookie Adron Chambers will replace Holliday on the active roster Friday, a day after Holliday injured his right hand during the Cardinals' 10-9, 11-inning victory over Texas in Game 6.

Matt Holliday out for Cardinals; speedy Adron Chambers added

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Rangers finally get big hits, but lose (AP)

The Rangers' big bats finally came alive. Too bad for Texas: So did the Cardinals'. Adrian Beltre and Nelson Cruz hit back-to-back homers Thursday night, and Texas was poised to win its first World Series when Josh Hamilton hit a two-run shot in the 10th inning. But the Cardinals answered the call each time, and David Freese's leadoff homer in the 11th gave St.

Return Of The Penguin

Not that Penguin. What's it take to get the Penguin, Ron Cey, in the press during this World Series? A WSJ article on the cleanup spot, which strangely is not the place in the batting order that has generated the most WS MVPs: A guy who hits eighth is on the verge of becoming World Series MVP. Which, given the inscrutable history of the award, sounds about right. From No...
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