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Fans Urged to Support “Gloves 4 Troops” Effort at St. Louis Cardinals Winter Warm-Up

The St. Louis Cardinals are urging fans attending this weekend’s Winter Warm-Up  to donate a baseball glove in support of the “Gloves 4 Troops” effort organized by Cardinals minor league infielder Vance Albitz who hopes to collect at least a thousand baseball gloves and balls by Spring Training 2013.

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Baseball Hall of Fame
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No Nominees Inducted Into Baseball Hall of Fame This Year

With a star-studded and scandal-ridden list of first-time players eligible for the Baseball Hall of Fame, doubts lingered about who exactly would make it into Cooperstown.

So, who did?

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2012 NLCS Preview
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2012 NLCS Preview: San Francisco Giants vs. St. Louis Cardinals

Baseball's last two World Series champions face off for the National League pennant. The Cardinals and Giants advanced to the best-of-seven National League Championship Series by improbable and historic rallies over less-experienced opponents. Game 1 is set for Sunday night, as St. Louis' Lance Lynn opposes San Francisco's Madison Bumgarner at AT&T Park. Here's a preview of the 2012 NLCS:

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Get Excited for the St. Louis Cardinals and MLB Playoffs

Don’t get me wrong, I love football and college basketball, but it’s like Bob Costas once said when asked what his favorite sport was: “Baseball is proof positive there is a God.”

MLB Wild Card Winners
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MLB Wild Card Game Report: Cardinals beat Braves, 6-3 ; Orioles Top Rangers, 5-1

The St. Louis Cardinals and Baltimore Orioles advanced to the divisional series round of their respective league playoffs with road victories on Friday in the first-ever win-or-go home MLB wild card games. Here's a recap of the action:

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Chris Carpenter
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St. Louis Cardinals’ Chris Carpenter Gives Removed Rib to Daughter

It's a little strange to lose a body part. But that's what happened to St. Louis Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter when surgeons removed one of his ribs in an attempt to alleviate pressure that was running up his pitching arm.

After the surgery Carpenter was presented with the bone, and he knew just what to do with it:

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Matt Holliday
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Matt Holliday of St. Louis Cardinals Nominated for Roberto Clemente Award

A St. Louis Cardinal has been recognized for his hard work on and off the field.  Major League Baseball and Chevrolet announced that Matt Holliday was named the Cardinals’ 2012 nominee for the Roberto Clemente Award, presented by Chevrolet

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The Top 5 Worst Collapses in MLB History
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The 5 Biggest September Collapses in Baseball History

On July 18 the New York Yankees held a comfortable lead in the A.L. East and seemed destined for a deep playoff run. Since then, the Bombers have somehow managed to blow a 10-game advantage over the Orioles, leading to a scramble for first place and an extremely rattled New York fan base. Still, this is hardly the first time that a team with a comfortable lead has suffered a late-season collapse.

Let's take a look at some of the worst September meltdowns in baseball history:

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Football and Baseball
Mid Mo Outlaws/ Sedalia Bombers

Is Sedalia a Football Town or a Baseball Town? [POLL]

With football season officially underway and baseball season on its way to postseason play, sports fans are in heaven.  The St. Louis Cardinals aren't out of contention for the wild card in the NL Central and the KC Chiefs had a decent first half in their home opener. No, I don't want to talk about the second half of their 40-24 loss to Atlanta.

This isn't the only time we see seasons overlap in Sedalia.  The Sedalia Bombers baseball season is on during the Mid-MO Outlaws football season as well.  True sports fans will watch games while the season is going on and enjoy each game on its own merits.  But let's face it, every town has a favorite.

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Top 5 Announcer Home Run Calls That Will Go Down in History [VIDEOS]

For baseball fans, witnessing a home run at a critical moment is only part of the fun. It’s up to each team’s announcers to lend a sense of scope and excitement to the moment.

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