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By: bigtrucker, 9:18 PM GMT on October 03, 2006
CONGRADULATIONS TO THE ST.LOUIS CARDINALS!!!!!
The ST. Louis Cardinals are looking to wrap up the World Series, taking their first World Series Championship since 1982. Jeff Weaver(2.92 ERA)will take the hill for the Cards
facing Justin Verlander(7.47 ERA)for Detroit
David Eckstein, the Cardinal shortstop from Sanford,FL,remains red hot posting another 4 hits, including an 8th inning double to score the game winning run Thursday night.
THE DETROIT TIGERS tigers
THE ST.LOUIS CARDINALS CARDS
American League......... National League
Yankees-1 TIGERS-3........... METS-3 Dodgers-0
...A'S-3.. Twins-0................CARDS-3 Padres-1
THE A'S SWEEP THE TWINS
The Detroit Tigers upset the New York Yankees, beating them today to win the best of five series 3-1
Jimmie Leyland carried on the shoulders of his players what a sight to see!!! Congratulations to the Tigers and to all the Motor City. The players are spraying the fans with champaine, celebrating with them.. I like this team
The New York Mets wrapped up the NLDS sweeping the L.A.Dodgers 3-0 in the best series played thus far. Both teams played good, solid baseball, but the Mets pitching was too much for the Dodger bats.
The ST.Louis Cardinals wrapped up their series with the San Diego Padres winning the series 3-1. The NLCS is now set between the New York Mets and the ST.Louis Cardinals.
Detroit Tigers-4 WIN
Oakland A's- 0
ST.Louis Cardinals-4 WIN
New York Mets-3
The Detroit Tigers have swept the Oakland A's in dramatic fashion on a walk off homer by Magglio Ordonez and are the American League Champions.
the cards beat the mets to take the nlcs in a classic pitchers duel.
The ST.Louis Cardinals defeated the Detroit Tigers in 5 games,to capture their first World Series Title since 1982.
David Eckstien earned the MVP award, pestering the opposition with excellent defensive plays and great hitting topped off by a game winning double in the 8th inning of game 4.
Updated: 6:23 AM GMT on October 31, 2006
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