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Jackson’s seven walks, cold bats, and the “The Biggest Loser”

Edwin Jackson pitched around his own mistakes all night in Game 4 of the World Series.  That is, until his pitch count reached 109 and he walked his 7th batter.  It was only the bottom of the 6th, but because … Continue reading

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More thoughts on Game 3 and Game 4 of World Series

Now that Albert Pujols has joined the elite in the World Series with 3 HR’s in one game, it will be interesting to see how the Rangers pitch to him.  Elvis Andrus talked today about making Matt Holliday beat you … Continue reading

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Tony decides not to “Play a Hard Nine”

In the final game of the 3 game series against the NL Central leading Brewers, the Cardinals put themselves in a position to take two out of three, to pull within a game and a half of the Brewers.  Instead, … Continue reading

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Tony LaRussa runs Colby Rasmus out of town

Yesterday, Tony LaRussa proved once again that he is indeed the Cardinals GM by getting rid of Colby Rasmus.  What Tony wants, he gets.  I’ve seen both sides of the arguments, and the only writers who feel like the deal … Continue reading

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