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Tony La Russa Retires On Top

St. Louis Cardinals skipper Tony La Russa announced his retirement from baseball today after a 33 year managerial career. Tony won his third MLB World Series championship as a manager last Friday night. He retires with the third most wins in MLB history. "I think this just feels like it's time to end it," said the 67 year old La Russa.

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Cardinals Win World Series

The St. Louis Cardinals defeated the Texas Rangers 6-2 in Game 7 of the World Series Friday night in front of their home fans. The win capped off a magical, improbable, theatrical run by the Cardinals on the way to their 11th championship in franchise history.

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World Series Postponed

Game 6 of the MLB World Series has been postponed due to rainy forecasts in the St. Louis area. Weather is expected to be better tomorrow, as the Cardinals host the Texas Rangers in Game 6. Texas leads the series 3-2.

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Bullpen Mixup Caused by Crowd Noise

Wrong guy, wrong time

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Rangers Win Game 5, Lead Series 3-2

The Texas Rangers are one win away from their first MLB World Series championship after winning Game 5 over the St. Louis Cardinals Monday night by the score of 4-2. Rangers catcher Mike Napoli had the hit of the game (pictured left) when he lined a tiebreaking two-run double in the eighth inning. One inning later he made the defensive play of the game throwing out a would-be stealer as Albert Pujols struck out.

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Rangers Even World Series, Blank Cardinals, 4-0

The Texas Rangers won game four of the Major League Baseball World Series, defeating the St. Louis Cardinals, 4-0 on Sunday night.

Derek Holland threw 8.1 innings of shutout baseball for the Rangers, while Mike Napoli provided the offensive firepower, with a three-run homer in the sixth inning.

The win by Texas evens-up the best-of-seven game series at two games apiece.

Game five is scheduled for Monday night, in Arlington, Texas.

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Series Shifts To Texas Tonight

After earning a split with a dramatic ninth-inning rally in game two of the World Series, the Texas Rangers are now at home at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington for the next three games.

A pair of righthanders with almost identical records will square off in game three

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Rangers Win Game 2 In Stunning Fashion, Even Series

The Texas Rangers pulled out Game 2 of the World Series in stunning fashion, scoring 2 runs in the ninth inning to defeat the St. Louis Cardinals 2-1. The Rangers are just the third team to rally from a 1-0 deficit in the ninth inning or later and win a World Series game.

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Cardinals Win Game 1 Over Rangers 3-2

The St. Louis Cardinals won Game 1 of the World Series Wednesday night with an exciting 3-2 victory over the Texas Rangers. The play of the game came on a go-ahead pinch-hit single by Allen Craig in the bottom of the 6th. As they've done all postseason, the Cardinals bullpen was called on and delievered in glorious fashion.

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World Series Preview

The 2011 Major League Baseball World Series begins on Wednesday evening, as the National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals host the American League Champion Texas Rangers.

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