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As a possible Game 7 of this year's World Series gets closer, Cardinals manager Tony La Russa continues to be coy about who would start that game for his team.
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In case you didn’t know, Tony La Russa is the smartest guy in the room every time he is in the room. And as Tony proved once again on Monday night, the only guy who can outsmart Tony La Russa is Tony La Russa. The Master’s undisputed genius has the Texas Rangers one win away from the World Series title.
La Russa made a couple of puzzling decisions late in the...
Does St. Louis Cardinal’s manager Tony LaRussa have fecal containment problems? That Depends. I know, I know, it is a horrible joke….but check out the photo. Something is going on here.
HBT: Tony La Russa is one of the best managers ever. But he is not infallible. He overmanaged last night as it is his wont to do, and now his team trails 3-2 in the World Series.
Manager Tony La Russa is taking full responsibility for the bullpen phone mix-up that dearly cost the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series.
ST. LOUIS — With his Wednesday night free because of the World Series rain postponement, Tony La Russa decided to make another run at watching "Moneyball."
The St. Louis Cardinals manager said he had already tried to watch the movie starring Brad Pitt as Oakland A's GM Billy Beane but "walked out" because he didn't think it was a "tribute"...
Manager Tony La Russa invited the second guess and perhaps even a scolding Monday night.
Albert Pujols' pending free-agency isn't the only franchise-changing negotiation awaiting the St. Louis Cardinals once the World Series concludes. Manager Tony La Russa is also on the docket regarding a 17th year on the Cardinals' bench. He and the organization hold a mutual option for next season on a deal signed a little more than a year ago.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- Tony La Russa got the call wrong.
ST. LOUIS -- The one-day postponement of Game 6 of the World Series gives the St. Louis Cardinals a chance to use...
While I continue to ponder how Tony La Russa, the most astute manager of our generation, could have gotten himself into the mess he did last night with the wrong pitcher warming up at a critical juncture in the eighth inning, here's some Mariners' news to chew on.
Game 5 of the World Series held what appeared to be several tactical errors by Tony La Russa and Ron Washington. But isn't it up to the players to execute? (NBC Sports)
Albert Pujols did call the hit and run play in the seventh.
Cards manager Tony La Russa opened his press conference today by defending Albert Pujols, who called for a failed hit-and-run on his own in the seventh inning of the team’s 4-2 loss in Game 5.
“That player gets a lot of leeway and ability to be involved based on how he reads what’s going on. Albert has the ability...