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President Obama Finally Congratulates Cardinals

President says Cardinals will be congratulated at the White House.



La Russa, Freese on Late Night TV

In case you missed it we got the video.


La Russa as a small foal with his mother Pam. (Photo/Anheuser-Busch)

Budweiser Names Clydesdale After La Russa

“La Russa” was born March, 12th of this year.


St. Louis Cardinals manager Tony La Russa gives reporters reasons for announcing his retirement during a press conference at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on October 31, 2011. La Russa, (67) who managed the Cardinals for 16 seasons guided his club to the franchise's 11th World Championship just days ago. La Russa has 2,728 career wins. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa Announces His Retirement

The World Series win over Texas was the third for the 67-year-old.


Game 6 of 2011 World Series Postponed Due To Rain

Rain Could Allow Cards’ Carpenter to Start Game 7

“I was told by Carp that he would be ready to go,” Tony La Russa said. “I think I mentioned to somebody he’s very competitive, and he’d pitch Game 7 had we played today.”


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Early 90’s Computer Game Was Powered By La Russa’s Baseball IQ

Tony La Russa was to baseball video games what John Madden was to football.


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WARMANN: La Russa’s Legacy

The Legacy of La Russa


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