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Cards in the News – March 14, 2006


General Interest
"Rising son: Chris Duncan is on the way to making a name for himself"
by Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Cardinals notebook: Cruz gets his first hit of the spring"
by Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Carpenter continues throwing well with 4 scoreless innings"
by The Associated Press/Belleville News-Democrat

"Cardinals' La Russa has a pet project"
by Tom D'Angelo, Palm Beach Post

"Cardinals notebook: Duncan impresses, while Pujols is away"
by Dunn Neugebauer, TC Palm

"Mailbag: Lack of Cards in Classic"
by Matthew Leach, MLB

"New-look 'pen, same success expected"
by Bill Huffman, MLB

"Carpenter commanding in victory"
by Mark Bowman, MLB

"Braves Notebook: Wainwright still waiting for his shot"
compiled by R. Travis Haney, Morris News Service/Macon Telegraph

"Ballpark MVP: Lamping overcame harsh criticism, political wrangling to make the new Busch a reality"
by Christopher Tritto, St. Louis Business Journal

At the Birdhouse
"Spring Training Spotlight - Deivi Cruz"
by Ray Mileur (subscription)

"International Flavor in the Cardinals' Minors"
by Brian Walton (subscription)

Elsewhere in Baseball
"South Korea Defeats U.S. 7-3 in WBC"
by John Nadel, The Associated Press/Springfield News-Leader

"Book Review: In the Best Interests of Baseball?"
by Maury Brown, The Hardball Times

"Around the Majors: Padilla will have Tommy John surgery"
by Lee Sinins, The Hardball Times

" ‘Coco' sweet on Sox: Boston counting on Crisp this season"
by Pete Warner, Bangor Daily News

"Renteria has a fresh start with Braves"
by Rick Hummel, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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