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Jim Edmonds was dandy for Cardinals in 2004 NLCS

Teetering on the brink of another letdown in their bid to end a pennant drought, the Cardinals got the matchup they sought against the Astros in Game 6 of the 2004 National League Championship Series. 605 more words


Hundreds of same-sex marriage opponents rally in Washington

By Annika McGinnis


(Reuters) – Several hundred opponents of same-sex marriage marched to the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday after former Republican presidential candidates Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee urged them to keep fighting to have marriage defined as being strictly between a man and a woman. 401 more words


Dawgs and Their Next Two Opponents

Cleveland plays @ Jaguars, Vs Raiders today and next week, respectively. Cleveland needs to continue to run and protect the football. GO BROWNS!


The Confused Opponents of the Victorious

Today’s reading is Acts 5.

Sometimes our opponents just don’t get it. The apostles had been in prison behind lock and key with guards standing outside the door. 82 more words


Sportsmanship survives in Dodgers vs. Cardinals duels

A decade after the Cardinals and Dodgers were matched again in a National League Division Series, the result was familiar. So was the touch of class. 509 more words


Why George Shuba put fear in Cardinals pitchers

George “Shotgun” Shuba wasn’t an all-star, but he played like one against the Cardinals.

This post is in tribute to Shuba, 89, who died Sept. 30, 2014, at Youngstown, Ohio. 485 more words


Mike Matheny sparked Cards over Dodgers in 2004 NLDS

In a pivotal Game 2 of the 2004 National League Division Series, Cardinals catcher Mike Matheny drove in four runs and coaxed reliever Dan Haren through two scoreless innings for the win against the Dodgers. 534 more words