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Ryan Braun and Losing Faith in Baseball

Posted on 11 Dec, 2011, by in MLB

Ryan Braun tested positive on his PED test, which will probably result in a 50 game ban in 2012. He won’t lose his NL MVP title, or any of the money he’s about to make. His achievements will be tainted, but not erased. More

Albert Pujols Chooses Angels Over Cardinals and Marlins

Posted on 8 Dec, 2011, by in MLB

Albert Pujols officially ended his St. Louis Cardinals chapter of his career, signing a 10 year, $250 million dollar contract with the Los Angeles Angels, becoming the highest paid first-baseman in Baseball. More

2011 MLB Player Awards

Posted on 23 Nov, 2011, by in MLB

Justin Verlander winning the AL MVP and the Cy Young award stood out among the winners of the 2011 MLB individual awards, while Ryan Braun’s exceptional hitting didn’t go unnoticed, winning him the NL MVP award. More

Tony La Russa Retires From Cardinals, Game of Baseball

Posted on 31 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

Nothing like going out on top, and there’s not much higher than winning the World Series, in all of American Sports. Tony La Russa, the manager of the St. Louis Cardinals for the last 16 seasons, winning two World Series this decade, adding to the one he won with the Oakland Athletics in 1989, decided to retire from managing. More

Aftermath of the Cardinals – Rangers World Series

Posted on 29 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

One last look at the last day of the 2011 Baseball season, at the St. Louis Cardinals ending their improbable run with a 4-3 win over the Texas Rangers in the World Series, and what just might be Albert Pujols’ final game for the Cardinals. More

St. Louis Cardinals Win 11th World Series Behind Carpenter, Freese and Craig

Posted on 28 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

The St. Louis Cardinals won game 7 with a 6-2 win, coming from behind, again, with David Freese, again, and Allen Craig, again, swinging big and hard. Chris Carpenter was huge on the mound once more, as the Texas Rangers just didn’t have anything left after the crushing loss in Game 6. More

Too Bad There Are Only 7 Games (Rangers vs Cardinals)

Posted on 28 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

David Freese’s 11th inning home run saved the St. Louis Cardinals, giving us the pleasure to enjoy Baseball and the 2011 World Series a little bit more, forcing a game 7 against the Texas Rangers. This series, Baseball, the postseason, it’s all good, despite the naysayers. More

Legendary Doubles and Miscommunication (Cardinals vs Rangers)

Posted on 25 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

Mike Napoli hit a double to deep right, bringing home Michael Young and Nelson Cruz, giving the Texas Rangers a 4-2 lead, their first of the game, to grab a 3-2 lead in the World Series as they head back to St. Louis with a chance to finish off the Cardinals and win the Franchise’s first title. More

Jason Motte Messes Up in Ninth (Rangers vs Cardinals)

Posted on 21 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

Things change quickly, and after getting the Save in game 1, Jason Motte knew he blew it in Game 2 of the World Series, allowing the Texas Rangers two runs in the ninth inning, giving them their first win of the 2011 World Series, making it 1-1. More

Chris Carpenter Leads Cardinals to Game 1 Win in World Series

Posted on 20 Oct, 2011, by in MLB

In a post season filled with Starters and Aces doing a horrible job, Chris Carpenter showed another example of his playoff prowess, throwing six strong innings to lead the St. Louis Cardinals in a 3-2 win, taking a 1-0 lead in the World Series over the Texas Rangers. More