Thursday, March 02, 2006

Tickets on sale Saturday

Get them while they are hot!

Paul Konerko thought that the St. Louis Cardinals would have won it all.
We saw the St. Louis Cardinals winning it all. White Sox captain Paul Konerko saw, well, the St. Louis Cardinals winning it all.

"I thought the Cardinals probably had the best team overall," he says. "I thought we were right next to them … right there."
The New Jersey Cardinals are relocating.
Curve Baseball LP, which operates the State College Spikes Baseball Club, announced it has completed its purchase and relocation of the former New Jersey Cardinals, following receipt of final approval from the New YorkPenn League, Minor League Baseball and the Baseball Office of the Commissioner.

In October, Curve Baseball LP President and managing partner Chuck Greenberg announced that his ownership group had entered into an agreement to purchase the Augusta, N.J., franchise with the intent of moving the St. Louis Cardinals' short-season Class-A affiliate to State College for the 2006 New York-Penn League season. The requisite baseball approval process was completed Wednesday.
Jeff Stanek calls it for St. Louis in six games.
There, in six games, the Cardinals will finally prove that they are more than just a great regular season team. Too long have the Cardinals not played to the potential in the playoffs. In 2006, the St. Louis Cardinals will finally win the World Series.
Today, St. Louis played the New York Mets in an exhibition game.

Jeff Suppan started against Steve Trachsel. Carp takes the mound tomorrow night.

The Cards beat FAU 6-1 in front of 4,832 fans.

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