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Mike Napoli just ripped a two-run homer to right field, tying the score at 2 in the fifth inning.
Did someone fail to turn the microphone on when "American Idol" winner Scotty McCreery started singing the national anthem? Or maybe the Busch Stadium public address system wasn't on? Seemed that way. His lips were moving, couldn't hear a thing on TV.
With a runner on third and two outs in the sixth, Albert Pujols made a sliding stop on Michael Young's grounder down the first base line and tossed to Chris Carpenter covering the bag.
Josh Hamilton, Nelson Cruz and the homer-happy Texas Rangers experienced another power outage in the opening game of the World Series.
A big star who's overcome personal adversity. A popular band that everyone counted out. A crazy critter with a cute nickname.
For the second straight autumn, the World Series offers a dandy chance to boo our fool heads off until or past midnight. Call it the bitching hour.
Minus big-market teams, and at a time when TV ratings for baseball games are dwindling, this is the overarching question as the World Series begins in St. Louis: Will anyone watch?
The coolest person at the World Series is C.J. Wilson.
In a lineup loaded with All-Stars, it was David Freese who all but iced the pennant for the St. Louis Cardinals.