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St. Louis Cardinals
Madam! Please do not kiss the reporter during his live remote.
Poor Michael Wacha. One minute he’s pitching the game of your life, holding the Pirates to no hits through eight innings, in Pittsburgh, in an elimination game. The next minute he’s walking off the field, having given up a homer to dead center and putting the tying run on base.
ZIMMERMAN! (Shakes fist). Michael Wacha went 8 2/3 giving up one hit — one what would have been the Cardinals’ first no-hitter at Busch Stadium since Bob Forsch in 1983.
Predicting that he will be a baseball player, plus treasure hunting, and swimming with stingrays and sharks? How could this paper not be an A+?
So here we are outside of Wrigley Field on Aug. 16, where the Cubs have just beaten the Cardinals 7-0. This St. Louis fan is mad (for unknown reasons) and drunk (naturally) and in the mood to fight. Unfortunately, the fight is mostly with his own equilibrium.
Cardinals forced to erase religious symbols on pitching mound at Busch Stadium. and they aroused the LORD’s anger by their wicked deeds, and a plague broke out among them, and they fell to fourth place in the NL Central — Psalm 106:29.
When the St. Louis Cardinals and Los Angeles Angels face off tonight, Albert Pujols is going to be seeing some of his former teammates and coaches for the first time in two years, and something tells me that they don’t miss him as much as you might think.
Go home Mets fan, you’re drunk.
The Royals and Cardinals played an eight-hour game on Thursday — including more than five hours of rain delay and at least one quite spectacular lightning strike on the St. Louis Arch. Zeus approves. Video following the jump.
If you’re the type of adult who brings a glove to a Major League game, you might as well go all the way and make it the comical, oversized variety. Who knows — it may even come in handy when pesky opposing outfielders try and snag your foul ball.