Found October 29, 2011 on The Sports Bank:
Only one team, the New York Yankees, have more World Series titles than the St. Louis Cardinals. And the Cards did it again tonight, bringing themselves one step closer to the Yanks’ record. It was certainly unexpected. I have two Cardinals fan friends- one got so angry during spring training that he checked out in August. He didn’t even follow the pennant race. The other got so sick of Tony LaRussa that he hates the team with a passion. Not only did he leave the Cards fanbase, he didn’t even tweet tonight as they won game seven. And he’s a very active Twitterer (not a word yes I know). I bring this up because they’re indicative of the larger problen with the Cardinals, the World Series and MLB. It was arguably the most exciting and fun to watch Fall Classic in history. Game 6 with 5 lead changes, and the Cardinals coming back from their final strike to tie and later win, and force a game seven was the lowest rated game 6 of all time; following game four which is the lowest rated...
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