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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Dave Duncan
LaTroy Hawkins has heard the stories from his 87-year-old grandfather, about his days of picking cotton in Mississippi, about the times when there were no black players in big league baseball.
So long, Albert Pujols. Happy trails, Tony La Russa. Timeout, Dave Duncan.
A team-by-team look at the National League entering spring training, including key players each club acquired and lost, and dates of the first workout for pitchers and catchers, and the full squad:
Tony La Russa waited until after the championship parade and then called a team meeting with his players.
The Cardinals took Chris Carpenter at his word. Their ace did not let them down.
The Cardinals gave the ball to their ace. On short rest, Chris Carpenter paved the way in the World Series finale.
Chris Carpenter is starting on three days' rest in Game 7 of the World Series for the St. Louis Cardinals.
Bruce Hurst was in his room at the Grand Hyatt in New York when he got the call exactly 25 years ago. Because of a rainout, Boston Red Sox manager John McNamara was switching to him as his starter for Game 7 of the World Series against the New York Mets.
St. Louis Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan rejoined the team Wednesday for the final game of the regular season after missing more than a month to tend to his ailing wife.
The wife of St. Louis Cardinals pitching coach Dave Duncan is recovering from surgery to have a brain tumor removed.
Cardinals manager Tony La Russa doesn't like what Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman has to say about his team.
The Cardinals expect Chris Carpenter to miss at least one spring start even though the right-hander's strained left hamstring is feeling better.
"It was a very embarrassing time in your life," he said.
Dave Duncan said Friday his wife's spirits are very high and she has no loss of memory nor difficulty communicating.