Found October 28, 2011 on ESPN:
Texas Rangers catcher Mike Napoli and outfielder Nelson Cruz will be in the lineup for Friday night's Game 7.

Cruz, Napoli, Holliday expected to play Game 7

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...

Rangers' Nelson Cruz and Mike Napoli played in Game 7 despite injuries

ST. LOUIS - It all came down to one game. The work that started in spring training and carried over through a grueling...

How Do You Think Mike Napoli’s Ankle Is Feeling This Morning?

… I would say strong, to quite strong.

Tom Verducci: Cruz's unforgiveable defensive gaffe proves costly to Rangers

Twice down to their last strike, the Cardinals found a way to force Game 7. Tom Verducci wonders if the Rangers can recover from Nelson Cruz's unforgiveable Buckner-esque gaffe.

Texas Rangers catcher Mike Napoli can't ignore fans' chanting: World Series Chatter

About 50,000 fans yelling "Na-Po-Li" has made an impression on the Texas catcher.

A.D.D. Sports Radio 10-26-11

LIVE Wednesdays 430-6PM on #GETDIAGNOSED!!! ALBERT WHO? Mike Napoli will be the real story if the Rangers can close out the Cards in St.Louis! Jets shut down Rivers in the 2nd half on their way to victory. Will the Giants be fresh and on top of their game this week when a LOUSY Dolphins team comes to MetLife Stadium? Plus LaMorte will reveal his weekly Giants questions...

Hundreds Line Up to Meet Nelson Cruz

By all means, Nelson Cruz is used to screaming fans. But it was different story Saturday evening at the Academy Sports and Outdoors in Mesquite. When Cruz drove up in his personal vehicle, you would've thought it was the latest pop star inside. Not only girls, but moms, dads and children bombarded the outfielder's car just to get a glimpse of him. "Ready to go,"...

Game 6: HRs by Beltre, Cruz put Rangers up in 7th

Adrian Beltre and Nelson Cruz hit consecutive home runs off Lance Lynn to start the seventh inning, giving Texas the lead. Ian Kinsler added an RBI single to make it 7-4.The Rangers are eight outs from their first World Series championship.Cruz's mammoth shot into the third deck in left field ...

Cardinals Win World Series in Game 7

Congrats to the Cardinals on winning game 7 and the World Series.  We all knew they had huge momentum going into game seven after they came back in game six.  The Rangers never stood a chance.  And also a congrats to this lucky bastard who won $400,000. Here are your game seven links. Last out of the game (Video) Craig's Go Ahead Home Run in the Third (Video) ...

Rangers-Cardinals Game 6 Regarded by Some as Greatest World Series Game Ever

Several times on Thursday night, the Texas Rangers were World Series champions. When Adrian Beltre and Nelson Cruz went back-to-back in the seventh, the Rangers were champs. When Ian Kinsler singled in an insurance run later that inning, it was over. When Allen Craig struck out looking for the second out in the ninth, the Cardinals' season was over. After Josh Hamilton answered...

Carpenter to start for Cardinals, Cruz and Holliday both expected to play in Game 7

St. Louis Cardinals’ pitcher Chris Carpenter pitches against the Texas Rangers during the first inning of game 1 of the World Series in St. Louis on October 19, 2011. UPI/Brian Kersey Following their epic extra innings victory in Game 6 on Thursday night, St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa announced that ace Chris Carpenter would start Game 7 of the World Series against...

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.

Rangers' bats come alive in World Series defeat

ST. LOUIS (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 ...

World Series Game Six Underway.

Jaime Garcia of the Cardinals starts Ian Kinsler of the Rangers with a called strike. Update: That’s the only strike Garcia gets as he walks Kinsler on five pitches. The Rangers put eight right-handed batters in the lineup, Josh Hamilton the only lefty. Update: Elvis Andrus singles to left-center. The ball hung up, but Kinsler read it well and went to third. Update: Josh...
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