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The accomplished author, educator and radio host Rob Rains has released a new book. Not surprisingly, the subject is the 2011 St. Louis Cardinals.
This new print book and instant eBook, Wild Cards: The St. Louis Cardinals Stunning 2011 Championship Season, is now available through the Triumph Books website and www.ipgbook.com, digitally on the iBookstore, the Kindle Store and BN...
When Tony La Russa decided to hang up his managerial cleats, he did so on his own terms. He walked away from the sport on top of the game, accolades falling at his feet as he walked off into the sunset of a World Series victory. Terry Francona is expected to interview to be La Russa's replacement, but perhaps he should think twice before jumping at a chance to guide the Cardinals...
FoxSports.com reports: Former Cardinals shortstop David Eckstein believes Albert Pujols will re-sign with St. Louis if longtime third base coach Jose Oquendo is named to succeed Tony La Russa as manager.
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Tony La Russa's not done with his victory lap yet.
World Series winner Tony La Russa is a man on the market after stepping down from his position as St. Louis Cardinals manager on Monday morning. And while he's certain to field lots of offers ranging from TV gigs to speaking engagements, La Russa revealed to David Letterman that his first offer of employment came from an unlikely source.
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The numbers don't lie. Tony La Russa probably is not only the
greatest manager in Cardinals history, but also among the best
ever. And that last category would encompass a small handful.
Ryne Sandberg might be in Wrigley Field again next season, but it might be in the visitors’ dugout. Perhaps with the reigning world champion and division rival St. Louis Cardinals. The Cubs Hall of Famer, who managed in the Cubs’ farm system for four seasons before being turned away for the major-league manager’s job last season, was turned away again...