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LANCE PAINTER RUMORS

A progression of Cardinals left-handed relievers

In the 17 years since Tony La Russa first arrived in St. Louis, the Cardinals employed at least two left-handed relievers to open the season in every year except one. In 1998, Lance Painter was the sole lefty in the pen, but the club knew what they had in him, as he was a holdover from the previous season. In three years, including as recently as 2005, three of the team’s seven initial...
Via The Cardinal Nation blog
May 15, 2012  |  Discuss
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