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Cards in the News – November 14, 2005


General Interest
"Old Busch: Thanks for the memories"
By Jake Wagman, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"NL Central offseason do(s) and don't(s)"
By Scott Miller, Sportsline

"St. Louis Cardinals sign Pace High School baseball standout"
By Chris Cobb, The Brownsville Herald

Olympic Qualifying Tournament – Team USA
"Team USA will rely on offense"
By Jim Street, MLB

Elsewhere in Baseball
"Orioles won't bring back Sosa, Palmeiro"
By The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"Maddon reportedly hired to replace Piniella"
By The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"Four more years?: Matsui, Yankees continue contract negotiations"
By The Associated Press/SI

"Market is wide open for closers"
By Gabe Lacques, USA Today

"Sources: Epstein offered GM job"
By Tom Jackson, Los Angeles Daily News

" Dodgers Weigh Giant Executive"
By Steve Henson, Los Angeles Times

"Garciaparra free to find 'better fit' "
By Fred Mitchell, Chicago Tribune

"Mets: Ready to zero in on closer Wagner"
By Don Burke, Newark Star-Ledger

"Measuring the Dollar Value of a Player: Part 1"
By Vince Gennaro, The Hardball Times

"The fabric of baseball is woven into life in DR"
By Thomas George, Denver Post/Dominican Today

At the Birdhouse
"Baseball Men - The Statistician"
By Peter Handrinos

"Baseball Men Interview Series - In Totality"
By Peter Handrinos

"The Sunday Night Hot Stove League Report"
By Ray Mileur

"BA's Jim Callis on Cardinals Prospects"
By Brian Walton (subscription)

"Ask The Insiders"
By Ray Mileur and Brian Walton

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