Cards in the News - Thursday, May 12, 2005

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Game Write-Ups
"Soup finds way out of stew vs. Dodgers"
By Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Suppan helps Cards win on the mound and at the plate"
By David Wilhelm, Belleville News-Democrat

"Cardinals get solid effort from Suppan"
By R. B. Fallstrom, The Associated Press/Springfield News-Leader

"Dodgers Caught in the Middle"
By Steve Henson, Los Angeles Times

"Cards deck Penny"
By Tony Jackson, Los Angeles Daily News

"Penny nailed by the Cardinals"
By Bill Plunkett, Orange County Register

"Suppan clutch for Cardinals"
By Matthew Leach, MLB

"Carpenter starts series finale"
By Matthew Leach, MLB

"Notes: Rolen out at least a week"
By Matthew Leach, MLB

"Rolen to undergo MRI, probably is headed for DL"
By David Wilhelm, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Rolen appears headed to DL"
By Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Notebook: Drew says he'll let play answer book"
By Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Choi's fielding not up to hitting"
By Bill Plunkett, Orange County Register

"Rest just might help Rolen over the long haul"
By Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"'Hit Man' Pujols may propel Cards to Central runaway"
By Steve Porter, The Alton Telegraph

"Cards handle Dodgers"
by Fox Sports(Scroll down for link)

Cardinals Game Highlights
by MLB(Scroll down to mid-page under heading "Sights and Sounds")

AAA - Memphis Redbirds 15, Las Vegas 51s 4
"Pair of Redbirds end slump"
By Marlon W. Morgan, Memphis Commercial Appeal

"Redbirds Pound 51s, 15-4"
- Memphis Redbirds press release

"Redbirds postgame"
By Marlon W. Morgan, Memphis Commercial Appeal

"Gagne to pitch again in Memphis"
- Memphis Redbirds press release

AA – San Antonio Missions 4, Springfield Cardinals 1
"Missions skipper stays with ace in win over Cards"
By Springfield News-Leader staff

"Missed Opportunities"
- Springfield Cardinals press release

High-A – Dunedin Blue Jays 3, Palm Beach Cardinals 2
(The Birdhouse News) The Palm Beach Cardinals lost again last night, 3-2 to the Dunedin Blue Jays. The loss is their sixth in the last seven games. In the six losses, covering fifty-six innings, the Cardinals have scored a total of six earned runs.
Starter Tyler Adamczyk (2-4, 3.74 ERA) took the loss, tossing six and one-third innings of eight-hit, three walk ball while allowing three runs, all earned. Catcher Matt Pagnozzi's single in the fifth inning drove in outfielder Terry Evans for the first of Palm Beach's two runs. Evans's two-out single to right in the sixth plated Tyler Parker who walked then stole second and third.

"Florida State League Notebook"

Low-A – Quad Cities Swing 1, Cedar Rapids Kernels 0 (4.2)
"Swing get 1 just in time"
By Steve Batterson, Quad-Cities Times

"Swing steal a wet one"
- Quad Cities Swing press release

Elsewhere in Baseball
"Baseball briefs: May 12"
Compiled by Knoxville News Sentinel staff

"Greiger remembers the old days"
By Alex Frazier, Souderton Independent

"Managers on the hot seat"
By Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Sorry Royals need an ownership overhaul
By Ken Rosenthal, The Sporting News/Fox Sports

"Ranking the Aces"
By Michael Lazarus, Special to Fox Sports

"Being with family weighs heavily on Wagner"
By Alan Schwarz, Special to ESPN

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