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The story of how Tony La Russa got his 1st Cardinals win

Dennis Eckersley and Jason Isringhausen, the closers who contributed the most to helping Tony La Russa earn election to the National Baseball Hall of Fame, also played prominent roles in his first win as Cardinals manager. 723 more words


Joaquin Andujar: Victim or instigator in fracas with Giants?

Insisting the crime didn’t fit the punishment, Cardinals pitcher Joaquin Andujar threatened to return home to the Dominican Republic rather than pay a $200 fine for an altercation with Giants counterpart Mike Krukow. 548 more words


Eric Holder: 'racial animus' drives some opponents of Obama administration

Attorney general says US is largely ‘too afraid to confront racial issues’ and talks about Sarah Palin during candid interview

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One-pitch wonders for Cardinals: Al Brazle to Randy Choate

With one pitch, Rob Murphy earned redemption, Jason Motte ignited an unusual double play and Randy Choate escaped a bases-loaded jam.

Murphy, Motte and Choate are among six Cardinals who threw just one pitch in a game and got a win. 874 more words


Battle Over Immigration Continues To Heat Up In Murrieta

MURRIETA (CBSLA.com)  —  The battle over immigration continues to heat up in Murrieta.

KCAL9′s Tom Wait reports both sides of the debate are digging their heels in. 305 more words


John Costello, Nick Greenwood linked by Cardinals debuts

In his major-league debut, Cardinals reliever John Costello escaped an inherited bases-loaded jam, struck out the side in the next inning and earned the win. 507 more words


Love your opponents.

We should love our opponents because he provides us with the opportunity to discover our capabilities. The better the opponent the more he pushes us. 10 more words