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Cards in the News – November 29, 2005


General Interest
"Cards keep their sights on Burnett"
By Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Major player in the majors"
By Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Six Cardinals eligible for ballot in Hall of Fame voting this year"
By Joe Ostermeier, Belleville News-Democrat

AAA - Memphis Redbirds
"10-Game Ticket Packages on Sale"
- Memphis Redbirds press release

Low-A – Swing of the Quad Cities
"Swing Merchandise Makes a Perfect Holiday Gift"
- Swing of the Quad Cities press release

Elsewhere in Baseball
"No call from the Hall?"
By Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Hoffman sweepstakes pick up"
By Ken Rosenthal, Fox Sports

"Beckett won't be the Red Sox's savior"
By Dayn Perry, Special to Fox Sports

"Loaiza agrees to three-year deal with Athletics"
By Sportsline wire services

"Wagner, Mets agree to four-year, $43 million deal"
By ESPN wire services

"Phillies could go to three years with Gordon"
By Jayson Stark, ESPN

"Blue Jays sign Ryan for $47 million"
By SI wire services

"Club wonders if it's being used to boost Giles' value"
By Jim Baumbach, Newsday

"What Makes a Game Exciting? (Part 2)"
by Dennis Boznango, The Hardball Times

"Third Base: The Crossroads, Part Four"
By Steve Treder, The Hardball Times

At the Birdhouse
"Dominican Summer League Roster and Stats"
By Brian Walton (subscription)

"Touching on the Untouchable"
By Brian Walton (subscription)

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