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    ST LOUIS CARDINALS underdogs :)

    Congratulations to the 2006 MLB World Champions,
    St. Louis Cardinals!


    Dan

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    ...and Boooooo to my beloved Texas Rangers for another dismal season. We have some of the best players in major league baseball. Why can't we ever win a pennant?

    Larry

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    awe,,,

    you have to admit that the errors helped the Cards win.
    The Tigers are indeed a great team,
    just not quite as great as the St. Louis Cardinals!

    You are so fun Larry!
    he he
    Dan

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    Re: ST LOUIS CARDINALS underdogs :)

    It's baseball season again already? Go Cards! When I was a little kid, the Cardinals were my favorite team, because i thought bright red birds seemed very cool.

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    Congrats indeed to the Redbirds.

    It is hard to believe we were watching the best 2 teams in Baseball though.

    However, the Cards accepted all the free gifts the Tigers gave them, with true professionalism, and La Russa, shuffled the pack well.

    I am very happy for Eckstein, he always gives it everything.
    regards Joe

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    Quote Originally Posted by joaz
    Congrats indeed to the Redbirds.

    It is hard to believe we were watching the best 2 teams in Baseball though.

    However, the Cards accepted all the free gifts the Tigers gave them, with true professionalism, and La Russa, shuffled the pack well.

    I am very happy for Eckstein, he always gives it everything.
    regards Joe
    It is very refreshing to see a Britisher who knows the American game of baseball. I would imagine that not one American out of a thousand knows anything whatsoever about your game of cricket.

    Larry
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernstinen
    I kept telling my wife "He's an ex-Dodger --- He's an ex-Angel." Finally she told me to shut up!

    Ern
    you are hilarious Ern!

    Awe come on Ern, it was a great series. Anytime everyone in the media says, (Cardinals don't have a chance against the Tigers) deserves to look like idiots as they were referred to by a sign in the grandstands.

    Just too many boo boos on their part, but they are still a great team. Their players were awesome in the game they won, but I gotta tell ya, if that pitcher would not have been caught cheating,... dirt, (my foot! where's the rolling eyes smiley?) Tigers manager would have fealt better about putting him on the mound in St. Louis to shut us down, and we probably would not have won. In my opinion, that pitcher and his pine tar ruined their chance for the series. He's a great pitcher, but arrogant as all get out. No reason for him to be that way. I can't remember his name, oh well, I would like to say to him,,, bye bye!

    It's just a game, how about that beautiful Chevrolet Corvette for MVP?
    WOW and Eckstein said he has never bought himself a new car.
    505 HP Absolutely awesome!


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    Re: ST LOUIS CARDINALS underdogs :)

    I was hoping the Tigers would win as they were my home team when I lived in the Detroit area. Unfortunately, I think the week break took away their momentum. They were playing awesome in both series before the World Series.

    Jim

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    Philis Diller, that's who he is, oh maybe it's Kenny Rodgers.

    You gotta know when to fold em' he he he

    me

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry G. Alexander
    It is very refreshing to see a Britisher who knows the American game of baseball. I would imagine that not one American out of a thousand knows anything whatsoever about your game of cricket.

    Larry
    I'm American and I understand cricket. But unless someelse also speaks up, your 1 in 1,000 might hold.
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