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Cards in the News – January 17, 2006


General Interest
"Rolen is ready to go to work"
by Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Cardinals give Nelson a shot at earning bullpen job"
by Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Pair of Cards, Phillie collect their hardware"
by Tom Timmermann, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Big night for Carpenter, Pujols"
by Rod Kloeckner, Belleville News-Democrat

"Rolen expects to be back at third base"
by Rod Kloeckner, Belleville News-Democrat

" Pitching prospects looking to the future"
by Kary Booher, Springfield News-Leader

" Notes: Rolen says shoulder feels fine"
by Matthew Leach, MLB

" Pujols, Carpenter honored at dinner"
by Matthew Leach, MLB

" Cards Caravan rolling; Rolen improving"
by Robert Falkoff, MLB

" Cardinals aren't looking back"
by Jim Masilak, Memphis Commercial Appeal (from January 15th)

At the Birdhouse
" The Birdhouse 2005 Pitcher of the Year"
by Leonda Markee

" Nelson On Board Cards Ship"
by Brian Walton

" Minor League Q&A Recap"
by Jason Scott

"Reliever Nelson joins Cards"
by Fox Sports(Scroll down for link) "Winter Warm-Up Gallery"
- St. Louis Cardinals website

AAA - Memphis Redbirds
"Clapp Back on the World Stage"
-Memphis Redbirds website

Low-A – Swing of the Quad Cities
" Mitchell new Q-C skipper"
by Quad-City Times staff

Elsewhere in Baseball
" Willis agrees to one-year deal with Marlins"
by The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"Perez agrees to one-year deal with Pirates"
by The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"Puerto Rico to have star-laden World Classic squad"
By Luis R. Varela, The Associated Press/USA Today (Article says the Yankees 'won't let' Jorge Posada play)

" Fading stars seek baseball homes"
By Mel Antonen, USA Today

"Lidge keeps driving ahead"
By Mel Antonen, USA Today

"America, Racism and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum"
by Steve Treder, The Hardball Times

"Fantasy: Top 20 First Basemen For 2006"
by Tim Dierkes, The Hardball Times

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