Found January 16, 2012 on
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Here are the answers to last week's challenge.
It was obvious to all Bauxites except Parker ;D but this was Albert Pujols.Here was the one that provided the most difficulty. This is Daniel Descalso beating the tag of Marlins catcher Brett Hayes at home plate. The umpire is Bob "No Triple Play" Davidson.Lyle Overbay gives way to Josh Harrison to run at first base.Jon Jay, who wore #15 before giving it to Rafael Furcal, crosses home plate after a home run.Kelly Johnson steals second base despite the best efforts of Ramiro Pena. The ump is Jerry Meals.The winner is Original Ryan, who correctly identified four of the people in the filtered photos. "Check the O.R." withstood a furious rally from vonwafer 234, who got two of them right but could not crack the code for the second photo.Original Ryan gets this photo to celebrate his second straight trivia victory. Click on my moniker for a full-size photo.Thanks for playing.
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ST. LOUIS - A little more than a month after losing icon Albert Pujols to the Anaheim Angels, Cardinals chairman and principal owner Bill DeWitt Jr. spoke at length about the topic Sunday for the first time.
Speaking before he was cheered on stage during a public appearance at the Cardinals' Winter Warm-Up charity event, DeWitt expressed his disappointment over losing Pujols...
Albert Pujols is long gone, and the St. Louis Cardinals seem just fine about defending their World Series title without him. Their fans, too.
General manager John Mozeliak got a favorable reception at the team's annual Winter Warmup this weekend when he revisited the negotiations. Chairman Bill DeWitt is bullish about the moves made with the Pujols money.
Outfielder Matt Holliday...
Albert Pujols can lead the Angels to a few World Series championships, win several most-valuable-player awards,...
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The Angels are going to be one of the most improved teams in the majors in 2012 as they have reloaded. Here is a look at the new guys that the Angels have signed or traded for so far this winter:
In the field: The Angels made the biggest splash in the free agent market when they inked Albert Pujols to a robust 10-year deal. Pujols is going to make the whole Angels’ lineup better...
A repeat of the first day – with different photos, of course. St. Louis Cardinals photos from Sunday’s second session of the 2012 Winter Warm-Up at St. Louis’ Hyatt Regency at the Arch.
Included in row order below are Matt Adams, Brandon Dickson, Daniel Descalso and J.C. Romero, with more to come throughout the day.
The Cardinal Nation subscribers should check out on the main...
The Cardinals reached the pinnacle in winning the World Series in 2011. That was followed up by the sobering reality that Albert Pujols would no longer be donning their uniform after signing with the Angels. On the bright side, the team has a number of high ceiling players down on the farm.
Cardinals top 5 fantasy prospects
1- Shelby Miller, SP
Miller has been nothing...
ESPN is releasing the first half of its Sunday Night Baseball schedule today, and just like last year, the Brewers are being shut out of the national showcase to start the season.The list of games ESPN announced:
4/8 - White Sox at Rangers4/15 - Angels at Yankees4/22 - Yankees at Red Sox4/29 - Rays at Rangers5/6 - Phillies at Nationals5/13 - Angels at Rangers5/20 - Cardinals at...
After the Angels acquired Albert Pujols and C.J. Wilson, all wondered what the Rangers would do to counter those moves. The question was answered on Wednesday with Texas' deadline-beating deal with Japanese pitching phenom Yu Darvish.
Two familiar faces were missing when the St. Louis Cardinals paid a visit to the White House on Tuesday.
Former manager Tony La Russa and long-time Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols were not in attendance as President Barack Obama and the first lady welcomed the reigning World Series champions.
La Russa retired shortly after St. Louis topped the Texas Rangers in Game 7 of the World...