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Cards in the News – February 13, 2006


General Interest
"Rite of spring"
by Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch (from February 11th)

"Rolen is biggest question for Cardinals"
by R. B. Fallstrom, The Associated Press/Belleville News-Democrat

"The Plight of Curt Flood"
by Tony McClean, Black Athlete Sports Network

"Revitalized Cards could be team to beat"
by Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post

At the Birdhouse
"Hot Stove League Wrap Up with Ray Mileur"
by Ray Mileur

"Post of the Week – February 5 – February 11"
by Brian Walton

"Cardinals Minors Spring Training Schedules"
by Brian Walton

" "Billy the Kid" - Not Wanted"
by Ray Mileur

AAA - Memphis Redbirds
"Redbirds release plans for spring training"
by Memphis Commercial Appeal staff

"RedHots Tryouts On the Way"
By Kyle Parkinson, Media Relations/PR Coordinator / Memphis Redbirds

Low-A – Swing of the Quad Cities
"City seeks money from Swing"
by Tom Saul, Quad-City Times

Rookie – Johnson City Cardinals
"Former Royal Palm Beach High star and St. Louis Cardinals' pitcher Garceau returns to coach school"
by Juan C. Rodriguez, Florida Sun-Sentinel

Elsewhere in Baseball
"Source: Sosa would rather retire than 'beg for a spot' "
by Enrique Rojas, ESPN

"Burning questions face Astros as spring training nears"
by Brian McTaggart, Houston Chronicle

"Biggest question about Cubs may be Baker's contract status"
by Paul Sullivan, Chicago Tribune

"Fantasy: Top 100 Outfielders for 2006 (Part 1)"
by Tim Dierkes, The Hardball Times

"Who will be Selig's heir apparent?"
by Maury Brown, The Hardball Times

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