2011 World Series
On his retirement day, Texas infielder looks back to World Series loss.
The landline made headlines during Game 5 of the 2011 World Series when St. Louis manager Tony La Russa’s instructions were misinterpreted.
The 2011 World Series MVP already owns the ball he hit for the home run in the 11th inning that won Game 6. He’d love to add the ball from his two-out, two-strike, two-run triple.
The autographed baseball hat was found in debris on an off-ramp near Peoria.
Charlie talks with STL Cardinals 2011 World Series Skipper Tony Larussa…with Mike Jones of STL County about possible park closures…and with Ron Jacober about the death of former Cardinals Power Pitcher Bob Forsch. Charlie replays his Oct. 20,2011, interview with Bob Forsch, and talks with Bestselling Author Gregory Maguire, author of the Wicked Years Series, about his final volume, “Out of Oz”. (Maguire will be at the STL County Library on Nov. 15th at 7:00 PM.)
Pete Rose Kevin talks with former MLB player and manager Pete Rose about the World Series, Albert Pujols, and Tony LaRussa’s retirement. Alex Steen Kevin talks hockey with Blues Alternate Captain and top-scorer, Alex Steen. […]
KMOX broadcasts the STL Cardinals news conference announcing the retirement of STL Cardinals Skipper Tony LaRussa…reaction from Buzz Bissiner, Dave Phillips, Ron Jacober and Tom Ackerman. Also, Charlie chats with Former NFL Quarterback Star Kurt Warner about the Warners’ Warm-Up Coat Drive.
The Budweiser Clydesdales will get the show started at 4:00, leading a “Procession of Champions” along Market from 18th Street to 7th, making a turn South to Stan Musial Drive and into Busch Stadium.
Police are not expecting problems
Bruce is charged with stealing under $500.00