Found October 25, 2012 on STLSportsMinute:
You might be asking yourself what happened to the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Championship Series against the San Francisco Giants?  The Cardinals had a commanding three games to one lead and yet, let it slip away.  Well, that is the past my friends and I am read to look towards the future of the St. Louis Cardinals. There are so many questions to be answered in the coming months.  Who will be in the starting rotation?  Who will play up the middle?  Who will they re-sign?  Who will they trade for?  With what we know right now, lets try and answer some of those questions. Let’s start out with the starting rotation.  Barring injury, Adam Wainright and Chris Carpenter will certainly be the aces of the staff.  Meanwhile, the rest of the rotation will come down to a mix of Trevor Rosenthal, Joe Kelly, Lance Lynn, Shelby Miller, Jake Westbrook, and Jamie Garcia.  In my opinion, the guys that need to be in the rotation are Trevor Rosenthal, Shelby Miller, and Jake ...
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