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Tony La Russa sounds like he wants to return as St. Louis Cardinals manager next season. "We don't get into 2012, but I think it's a fair comment to make: What's happened to this club on the right-handed bullpen side is very exciting going forward," La Russa said.
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It's not how you start but how you finish. And it's making it as tough as you can for the other team to score in a particular inning. That's the postseason philosophy espoused by St. Louis manager Tony La Russa.
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David Freese hit an early three-run homer and manager Tony La Russa turned again to his brilliant bullpen for seven sturdy innings as the St. Louis Cardinals captured their 18th pennant with a 12-6 victory over the bumbling Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday night.
Ryan Braun drove in the pivotal run in the fifth inning after Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa had turned to his bullpen.
MILWAUKEE (AP) — David Freese hit an early three-run homer and manager Tony La Russa turned again to his brilliant bullpen for seven sturdy innings as the St. Louis Cardinals captured their 18th pennant with a 12-6 victory over the bumbling Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday night.
Albert Pujols and the wild-card Cardinals took out the heavily favored Phillies in the first round, then...