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Losing became a habit for Danny Jackson with Cardinals

In a season fraught with futility, the pitcher who epitomized the plight of the 1995 Cardinals was Danny Jackson. Expected to provide wins and hope, Jackson instead represented losses and despair. 526 more words


We Actually Won

Carlos Sanchez with a bases clearing double gave the Sox the lead but the boys almost blew it in the bottom of the 9th. 8 to 7 was the final score. 339 more words


Summer Frozen Strawberry Daiquiris

Sitting on the deck with my husband while drinking frozen strawberry daiquiris is one of my favorite things to do during summer. On Fridays, when Carlo comes home from work, we enjoy daiquiris together at our back porch/deck bar. 274 more words


Fernando Valenzuela and his gem vs. Cardinals

Taking advantage of an unmotivated, jet-lagged team, Fernando Valenzuela pitched a no-hitter against the Cardinals. It was the second no-hitter pitched in the major leagues that night and the first versus the Cardinals in 12 years. 568 more words


How Rick Ankiel helped Cardinals generate battery power

The Cardinals twice have experienced back-to-back battery power.

Tom Pagnozzi and Omar Olivares in 1994 and Eli Marrero and Rick Ankiel in 2000 are the only Cardinals catcher-pitcher batteries to hit consecutive home runs, according to David Vincent of the Society for American Baseball Research. 414 more words