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    Cards have history with Red Sox, Tigers

    Now that they've wrapped up their 19th National League pennant, the St. Louis Cardinals can start preparing for the 109th World Series. Meanwhile, the Red Sox and Tigers continue to fight in the American League Championship Series for the right to take on the Redbirds in the Fall Classic. More >

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    'Go crazy' homer still fresh with Ozzie on hand

    Ozzie Smith appropriately threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Game 6 of the National League Championship Series between the Cardinals and Dodgers on Friday at Busch Stadium. It was relevant given that his famous home run 28 years ago came against the Dodgers in the NLCS. More >

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    NL champion Cardinals don't blink

    Who would blink first when the Dodgers and Cardinals reconvened at Busch Stadium on Friday night for Game 6 of the National League Championship Series? Apparently not Scott Van Slyke or Joe Kelly. More >

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    NLCS umpiring crew not pleased with Puig

    Why were Dodgers president Stan Kasten and MLB executive Joe Torre in a heated conversation during batting practice before Game 6 of the National League Championship Series? It probably has something to do with Dodgers right fielder Yasiel Puig and umpires, according to a baseball source. More >

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    No Hollywood ending for Kershaw, Dodgers

    Clayton Kershaw hasn't beaten the Cardinals in four starts this year, and if Kershaw can't beat a team in a best-of-seven series, neither can the Dodgers. Their wild season ended in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series on Friday night with a staggering 9-0 blowout loss. More >

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    Did you know? NLCS Game 6: STL 9, LAD 0

    A look at some notable facts and figures from the Cardinals' 9-0 win over the Dodgers in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium on Friday. More >

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    NLCS victory a tribute to 'The Cardinal Way'

    No Tony. No Albert. No sweat. The Cardinals used organizational depth to punch their ticket to their fourth World Series trip in the last 10 years with Friday's 9-0 blowout of the Dodgers in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium. More >

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    Worth noting

    Asked on Friday to relive the emotion of hitting a pinch-hit home run in the Cardinals' Game 4 victory, Shane Robinson seemed to take a deft dig at the Dodgers, who have drawn attention by their excessive celebrating this series. More >

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    Robinson, not Jay, starts in center vs. Kershaw

    After starting Jon Jay in center field against the first three left-handed starters the Cardinals faced this postseason, manager Mike Matheny chose instead to go with right-handed-hitting Shane Robinson against Dodgers lefty Clayton Kershaw in Game 6 of the National League Championship Series on Friday night. More >

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    Craig takes next step toward return, faces live pitching

    Allen Craig estimated that he stood in the batter's box for an estimated 10 simulated at-bats early Friday afternoon. The live batting practice session "went well," the first baseman said afterward, and it is the latest step in Craig's efforts to be cleared to return if the Cardinals advance to the World Series. More >