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All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘St Louis Cardinals’

Corey Feldman’s Performance At A Minor League Baseball Game Was So ‘Far Below Expectations’ That The Team Apologized

Corey Feldman’s retro night performance at a minor league baseball game in Pennsylvania did not go as organizers had hoped and the team ended up apologizing to its fans for the appearance that was “so far below expectations.” Taking its cue from a successful retro night with Alfonso Ribeiro from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air last year, the State College …

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Oscar Taveras, Cardinals Outfielder, Killed In Crash

Oscar Taveras, outfielder for the St. Louis Cardinals, was killed in a car accident over the weekend while he was visiting the Dominican Republic. Taveras was only 22-years-old and was considered to be one of the Major League Baseball’s top prospects. Sadly, his dreams of playing in the majors will never happen. According to People, Taveras was driving a “2014 …

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Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher Get Shout Out from Los Angeles Dodgers

Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher attended a baseball game on Saturday–the Los Angeles Dodgers versus the St. Louis Cardinals. Mila and Ashton have long been big Dodgers’ fans and were spotted at a game on Mother’s Day, too. This weekend, however, found the two receiving a shout out from the team on their Facebook page. The caption that accompanies their …

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Dan Dierdorf to Retire From NFL After 2013 Season

Dan Dierdorf, who was born in Canton, Ohio, has been an NFL broadcaster since 1984 (making him the longest running announcer for the NFL); however, this is unfortunately about to change. CBS announced on Wednesday that Dierdorf will retire at the end of the 2013 season. It is difficult to imagine NFL coverage without the familiar face, but Dierdorf explained …

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Red Sox Ad Thanks St. Louis Cardinals Fans

A very interesting ad came out in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Tuesday. The Red Sox took out a full page ad to thank their opponent, the St. Louis Cardinals, after their win at the World Series. The ad pictures two young boys, one wearing a Red Sox t-shirt and the other in a Cardinals t-shirt. Under the picture it …

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Red Sox Ads Thank Boston and St. Louis Fans

The Red Sox are reaching out to fans in a gesture of thanks, a full-page ad gesture of thanks that is. After their 2013 World Series win against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Boston team placed an advertisement in the Tuesday St. Louis Post-Dispatch, “From One Great Baseball Town To Another.” They also posted a Monday, full-page ad in their …

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David Ortiz Named World Series MVP (Duh)

Following the Boston Marathon Bombings in April, David Ortiz informed Red Sox fans gathered at Fenway Park that “This is our fucking city and no body is going to dictate our freedom.” Wednesday night, Ortiz was able to demonstrate the truth of said statement to the St. Louis Cardinals after leading his team to their third World Series Championship in …

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World Series: Here’s What Twitter Is Saying In Real Time

Currently the Boston Red Sox are leading the St. Louis Cardinals in the series 3 games to 2. Follow what people are saying about the game in real time. Here’s the #WorldSeries conversation: Tweets about “#WorldSeries” There have been reports that large crowds are beginning to gather around various points of Boston in hopes of a Boston win:

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Google’s ‘Misinformation Graph’ Strikes Again

Users have encountered another blunder from the Google Knowledge Graph with Google showing some quite questionable content, and presenting it as “knowledge” on a very high-traffic search term. This is only the latest in a series of misfires from the Knowledge Graph, but probably the highest profile example yet, given the search term. Do you consider Google’s results to be …

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Boston Red Sox Win Game 5, Fear the Beards

The Boston Red Sox, starting out the 2013 World Series on a win, closed Game 5 with a win as well. The Sox are now 3-2 against the St. Louis Cardinals, tonight’s 3-1 run win inching them closer to the third Series win in a decade. Should the Cardinals take Game 6, Game 7 would be played on Halloween night. …

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Red Sox Win Game 1 Of World Series

The Boston Red Sox were more than ready for the St. Louis Cardinals for Game 1 of the World Series Wednesday. The Red Sox beat the Cardinals 8-1 at Fenway Park. For those who watched, the Cardinals created enough errors to give the advantage to the Red Sox. During the first inning the Red Sox scored three runs after Mike …

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James Taylor and Mary J. Blige Sing National Anthem

It’s official. Soulful lady, Miss Mary J. Blige will be singing the National Anthem for the premiere game of the World Series tonight between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red Sox. And who better to sing the National Anthem at Fenway Park Thursday than Boston native and folk-rock extraordinaire, James Taylor? That’s right, the 65-year-old musician will be …

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