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Cards in the News – July 15, 2005

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Cardinals
General
"Well-rested Mulder starts second half "
By Tony Kuttner, Special to MLB

"Cardinals host Astros to open second half"
By David Wilhelm, Belleville News-Democrat

"Astros aware of next hurdle: Big lead makes series less critical for Cardinals"
By Jose De Jesus Ortiz, Houston Chronicle

"Up Next: Cards vs. Houston"
Compiled by Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"The gamer"
By Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Notes: Rest works for Rolen"
By Stephen A. Norris, MLB

Minors
AAA – New Orleans Zephyrs 7, Memphis Redbirds 5
"Wainwright roughed up once again"
By Marlon W. Morgan, Memphis Commercial-Appeal
boxscore

"Redbirds Postgame"
By Marlon W. Morgan, Memphis Commercial-Appeal

"Zephyrs Down Redbirds, 7-5"
- Memphis Redbirds press release

"9 Innings with Brad Cresse"
- Memphis Redbirds website

AA – Corpus Christi Hooks 3, Springfield Cardinals 2
"Bullpen falters against Hooks"
By Springfield News-Leader staff
boxscore

"Hooks Scratch Out 3-2 Win"
- Springfield Cardinals press release

"Big in the clutch"
By Greg Rajan, Corpus Christi Caller-Times

High-A – Palm Beach Cardinals 4, Fort Myers Miracle 2
"Miracle doubled up by Cardinals 4-2"
- Fort Myers Miracle press release
boxscore

Low-A – Wisconsin Timber Rattlers 4, Swing of the Quad Cities 3
"Swing lose on road"
By Quad-City Times staff
boxscore

"Rattlers come back, topple Swing"
- Swing of the Quad Cities press release

Short-A – Hudson Valley Renegades 4, New Jersey Cardinals 1
"Margin of Error"
By Stefan Bondy, New Jersey Herald
boxscore

"New Jersey Cardinals weekly update"
- New Jersey Cardinals press release

"Former Carmel star Mikrut loving life as a Cardinals' rookie"
By Mark Perlman, Gurnee Review

Rookie – Greeneville Astros 8, Johnson City Cardinals 3 – game #1
game #1 boxscore

Rookie – Johnson City Cardinals 5, Greeneville Astros 3 – game #2
game #2 boxscore

"Robinson's Campbell impresses Cardinals"
By Steve Hecht, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette


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