Cards in the News - Monday, May 16, 2005

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Game Write-Ups
"Shades of the old Matty Mo"
By Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Sizzling Cardinals stop Mets"
By Mike Fitzpatrick, The Associated Press/Springfield News-Leader

" This Time, Mets Find the Losing Side of Mediocre"
By Lee Jenkins, New York Times

"Met mediocrity makes comeback"
By David Lennon, Newsday

"Third base all Wright, but not staff "
By Vic Ziegel, New York Daily News

"Mets don't see .500 as amazin' "
By Michael Morrissey, New York Post

"Mets' offense quiet in loss to Cards"
By Marty Noble, MLB

"Cards take series finale in New York"
By Matthew Leach, MLB

"Pujols shares more than statistics with Aaron, DiMaggio"
By Bernie Miklasz, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Notes: Pujols not in Sunday's lineup"
By Matthew Leach, MLB

"Izzy saves Met memories"
By Julian Garcia, New York Daily News

"Edmonds, Izzy OK after scares"
By Matthew Leach, MLB

"Edmonds hurts foot; Izzy takes a liner"
By Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Mabry's 4 for 4: four positions in four games"
By Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Nunez is Cards' new 'Secret Weapon'"
By Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Cardinals Team Report"
By Matthew Leach, MLB/Fox Sports

"Hard-fought series, but the rivalry is fading"
By Anthony Rieber, Newsday/Stamford Advocate

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

AAA – Tucson Sidewinders 4, Memphis Redbirds 0
"Redbirds' bats still asleep as Tucson earns a shutout "
By Daniel Ford, Memphis Commercial Appeal

"Sidewinders Shutout ‘Birds, 4-0"
- Memphis Redbirds press release

"Redbirds Postgame"
By Daniel Ford, Memphis Commercial Appeal

AA – Springfield Cardinals 6, Wichita Wranglers 2
"Hanson helps Cards break out"
By Kary Booher, Springfield News-Leader

"Cook, Springfield end Wranglers' win streak"
By Wichita Eagle staff

"Hanson drives in four, Cards win 6-2"
- Springfield Cardinals press release

High-A – Clearwater Threshers 10, Palm Beach Cardinals 6
(The Birdhouse News) Prior to last night's game the Clearwater Threshers' record was 8-27 and they have a solid hold on last place in the West division of the Florida State League. Palm Beach still managed to lose to them, 10-6. Mark Michael (L, 1-3, 4.76 ERA) returned to the rotation and lasted four and one-third innings while giving up seven runs, all earned, on four hits and five walks. Two of the four hits Mr. Michael allowed were the long ball. Reliever Wayne Lundgren allowed the other three runs on five hits and two walks in his two and two-thirds inning stint. Third baseman Matt Dryer, first baseman John Santor and right fielder Terry Evans all went 2-for-4 in a losing cause.

Low-A – Swing of the Quad Cities 5, Beloit Snappers 3
"Struggling Ferris gives Q-C a boost"
By Steve Batterson, Quad-City Times

"Two Ferris homers key comeback win"
- Swing of the Quad Cities press release

"Swing scoreboard"
By Quad-City Times staff

Elsewhere in Baseball
"Baseball notebook: May 16"
Compiled by Knoxville News Sentinel staff

"Astros' Bagwell to have shoulder surgery"
By The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"Inside Dish: K.C. could give Little chance"
By Ken Rosenthal, The Sporting News/Fox Sports

"Weekend in Review: This job a Royals pain for somebody"
By Scott Miller, Sportsline

"Harden sidelined by strained stomach muscle"
By The Associated Press/ESPN

"Bad, bad times for some"
By Peter Gammons, Special to ESPN

"Old(er) Man Franco"
By Aaron Gleeman, The Hardball Times

" Notes Karsay takes minor league deal with Rangers"
By T.R. Sullivan, Fort Worth Star-Telegram

"BASN Negro League Spotlight: A Conversation with Jim Robinson"
By Tony McClean, Black Athlete

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