Category Archives: Oct2012

Looking ahead to the 2013 Cards—Part 1

Now that the 2012 season is over, it’s time to reflect just a bit and then look ahead to 2013.  You often hear me talk about how bright the future is for the Cards, and I think in the 2012 … Continue reading

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Giants force Cards to a game 7

The Cardinals had their chances to put the Giants away after taking a 3-1 series lead.  Barry Zito pitched the best game of his life in game 5, and Ryan Vogelsong, with the help of umpire Jerry Layne, carved up … Continue reading

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Cards up 2-1 on Giants in NLCS

The Cardinals played an amazing game last night.  After Carlos Beltran went down, I think many of us had a bad feeling.  Then, Matt Carpenter came off the bench to save the day.  Hopefully Beltran rebounds and is at least … Continue reading

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Cards erase 6-0 Nats lead in game 5 to win 9-7 and take NLDS

It’s hard to put into words the excitement we are all feeling right now, but I’ll try.  Adam Wainwright didn’t have his best stuff, or close to it, but it didn’t matter.  The 2012 St. Louis Cardinals are heading to … Continue reading

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Cards even series 1-1, Miller replaces Garcia

I didn’t have the words after the game 1 loss.  I saw a lot of finger pointing, but I could not believe my eyes when Marc Rzepczynski was brought in to a 2-1 game in the 8th inning to replace … Continue reading

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