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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Daniel Descalso
Travis Wood made a beeline for fellow pitcher Jeff Samardzija's locker. He wanted to apologize for all of that run support.
The game was so far gone, the St. Louis Cardinals called on Daniel Descalso to get the final out.
The Cardinals and infielder Daniel Descalso avoided arbitration, agreeing to a $1.29 million, one-year contract, the midpoint between the $1.65 million he had asked for and the $930,000 St. Louis had offered.
Carlos Beltran thought he would miss Game 2 of the World Series after bruising his ribs when he banged into a fence in the opener.
The scene in the visitors' clubhouse early Saturday morning was what could have been for the Washington Nationals.
Cardinals third baseman David Freese will have surgery on his broken left hand and is expected to miss nine to 12 weeks, his latest extended setback.
"When we didn't play good defense, we ended up getting beat," Descalso said. "When they didn't play good defense, they ended up getting beat. So that was kind of the way the series went."
"I just went out there and did what they asked me to do," Descalso said. "I really don't want to talk about this."