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I thought I heard today on T.V. that the Cards have the 30th worst average against left handed pitching in the Majors. I may have imagined it, I was about half asleep. :wacko: C'mon Wolf and Kershaw!

Tough start tonight against Carpenter but I think if they can win tonight they win the series.

This will be Wolf's first postseason start. He's been pitching well ( 6-1 in his last 10 starts), if he can get off to a good start and settle in I think he'll be O.K.

 

:D LET'S GO DODGERS!!

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I see that the Cardinals wanted to go on an early "Holliday" tonight.

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To tell you how frustrating this series has been, my wife decided to surprise me by getting a baby-sitter so that we could go out for an early dinner tonight and I don't even care that I am going to miss most/all of the game tonight.

 

horrendous

 

(I'll say, though, that if the Cards can't somehow pull it out that I will root for the Dodgers to win it all--hopefully over the Yankees.)

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This team played like they were managed by Lou Pinella. Good riddance.

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This team played like they were managed by Lou Pinella. Good riddance.

Seriously. A friend of mine who is a Cubs fan sent me an e-mail after the game on Thursday and said "Now you know what it is like to have Milton Bradley play outfield for you." I responded back that I almost knew now what it felt like to be a Cubs fan; and he responded back with "you will never know how that feels... good for you." :wacko:

 

Overall, what a horrible series for the Cardinals.

 

The only thing that almost makes me see a silver lining is that Scott Boras is Matt Holliday's agent and he probably is less happy than I am now.

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This team played like they were managed by Lou Pinella. Good riddance.

 

 

Seriously. A friend of mine who is a Cubs fan sent me an e-mail after the game on Thursday and said "Now you know what it is like to have Milton Bradley play outfield for you." I responded back that I almost knew now what it felt like to be a Cubs fan; and he responded back with "you will never know how that feels... good for you." :D

 

Overall, what a horrible series for the Cardinals.

 

The only thing that almost makes me see a silver lining is that Scott Boras is Matt Holliday's agent and he probably is less happy than I am now.

Sure, The Cards should'be won game 2 but, no love for the Dodgers? I thought they pitched and played well.. :wacko:

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Dodgers are solid. I expected them to win this series, but didn't expect the Cards to draw the collar.

 

Dodgers/Yankees would be a great world series if it happens. Dodgers/Halo's, not so much.

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