Cards in the News - Wednesday

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Cards in the News – November 23, 2005


General Interest
"St. Louis Cardinals Inside Pitch"
- The Sports Xchange, Fox Sports

"St. Louis Cardinals Notes, Quotes"
- The Sports Xchange, Fox Sports

"Cards sale"
by Fox Sports(Scroll down for link)

"Cards broadcaster John Rooney
by MLB(Scroll down to mid-page under heading "Sights and Sounds")

Short-A – State College Spikes
"State College welcomes Spikes to Pa."
By Ben Hill, MLB

"Introducing the State College Spikes"
- State College Spikes press release/Our Sports Central

Other Minor League News
"Ask the Experts: Mound matters"
By Jonathan Mayo, MLB

Elsewhere in Baseball
"Marlins to pursue relocation"
By The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"Here Loria goes again
By Dayn Perry, Fox Sports

By Dayn Perry, Special to Fox Sports

"Padres not likely to re-sign Giles"
By Ken Rosenthal, Fox Sports

"Mets make offer to free-agent closer Wagner"
By Sportsline wire reports

"Bargains and busts"
By Tom Verducci, SI

"Mets closing in on Delgado"
By Adam Rubin, New York Daily News

"Giles set to narrow his choices"
By Anthony McCarron, New York Daily News

"Business of Baseball Report"
By Brian Borawski, The Hardball Times

At the Birdhouse
"FREE premium content on"
By Brian Walton

"New Jersey Cards Become State College Spikes"
By Brian Walton

"Ask The Insiders"
By Ray Mileur and Brian Walton

"Octavio Dotel, Cardinals Setup Man?"
By Ray Mileur (subscription)

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