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By Bob Dole
The industrious island has proved itself worthy of U.S. inclusion
Topic - Mark Lowe
Just ask the Oakland Athletics and Washington Nationals how much momentum means in the postseason.
Losses like these create reputations. Debacles like this take decades to overcome _ if ever.
Now that the Cardinals have forced the World Series to a Game 7 for the first time in nine years, St. Louis manager Tony La Russa must decide whether to send ace Chris Carpenter to the mound on short rest Friday night or start Kyle Lohse or Edwin Jackson.
Mark Lowe wanted the ball in his hand Thursday night.
A drained Tony La Russa sat behind the podium, jersey gone and a blue towel draped around his neck,
The greatest World Series game ever, or one of the greatest?
Twice down to their last strike, the St. Louis Cardinals kept rallying to win one of baseball's greatest thrillers.
The availability of Rangers reliever Mark Lowe for the playoffs is very much in doubt because of a partial tear in his left hamstring.
Texas Rangers reliever Mark Lowe's status for the playoffs was in doubt after he received an injection Thursday to treat his strained left hamstring.
Maybe Justin Masterson is wearing down with his unprecedented workload for the Cleveland Indians.
Mark Lowe was recovering from back surgery when he came to the Texas Rangers in a trade with Cliff Lee. Now the reliever is joining the ace left-hander in the World Series.