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Confessional: Enemies

My main confession is that I don’t have any enemies, and I don’t believe in them. Maybe this is a weakness of character on my part. 336 more words


Mythopoesis 15 - The Good Things

For NaPoWriMo Day 15

The Good Things

Teacher really liked my
poem, Mama. She asked
me to stay after school,
and said she’d give me…
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Mark Mulder, Roger Clemens and the great duel at Busch II

In the last classic pitchers duel at Busch Stadium II, Mark Mulder gave the best performance of his Cardinals career, tossing 10 shutout innings and beating Roger Clemens and the Astros. 649 more words


How Cardinals, Reds kept their heads above water

Seventy-five years ago, with water filling the dugouts and lapping at the feet of spectators in the box seats, the Cardinals and Reds raced to complete a game at Cincinnati before flooding made conditions unplayable. 326 more words


Big hit vs. Reds by Jason Marquis sparked 2005 Cardinals

(Updated April 11, 2015)

In 2005, Jason Marquis used his bat and arm against the Reds to jump-start a Cardinals club that had lost three of its first five games. 440 more words


Ken Boyer and his highly anticipated Cardinals debut

Before he played a game for the Cardinals, Ken Boyer was hyped as their best third baseman all-time. Then, in his debut, he heightened expectations, hitting a home run against a Cardinals nemesis. 615 more words


1991 opener: Cardinals were fundamentally better than Cubs

On a gray, chilly Tuesday afternoon at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, the Cardinals opened their 1991 season with a textbook example of how playing fundamental baseball _ the George Kissell¬†way¬†_ can bring a positive result. 735 more words