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(via stlcupofjoe.com) If this latest setback is truly the end for Chris Carpenter, then dang, what a ride it has been over the past ten years. Given that time-frame and what he has been able to accomplish in a St. Louis uniform, I do not know if there is another major league pitcher I would have wanted on my team more than Carp. 197 regular season starts and 18 post-season starts later, Carpenter can officially go down as one of the Cardinals’ all-time greats. Thus, in two words to describe ten years: thank you. Thank you for the comebacks. Sure, it would have been nicer to be 100% healthy in a St. Louis uniform, but to be honest, I think the fans enjoyed the comebacks. It was always nice to know that Carp could be on his way back at any time, regardless of the injury. CLICK HERE to read more… The post St. Louis Cardinals: Thank you, Chris Carpenter appeared first on StlSportsMinute.com.
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