Category: 2011 World Series

Replacing Tony LaRussa Will Not Be Easy For The Cardinals

Monday, October 31st, 2011

The more and more I think about it, with the news of Tony LaRussa retiring from the game of baseball after 33 seasons, the more I think the baseball gods were watching over the St. Louis Cardinals during the World Series. It looked like the Cards were dead late in ...

Joe Buck: “That was the best game, with what was on the line, that I’ve ever seen in my life”

Friday, October 28th, 2011

Game Six of the World Series between the Rangers and the Cardinals had everything you could ever want as a sports fan wrapped up in over four hours of incredible and drama-filled baseball. All the errors, base running blunders, incredible defensive plays, clutch pitches, and clutch hits added up to ...

Derek Holland Says the Heat He Has Received for His TV Interview Is Uncalled For

Thursday, October 27th, 2011

The other night Rangers pitcher Derek Holland put together the greatest pitching performance of his career and one of the greatest pitching performances in Rangers postseason history. Holland went eight and a third innings and completely shut down the St. Louis Cardinals in a must-win game for Texas in the ...

Despite Another Self-Described Average Outing, C.J. Wilson Remains Upbeat: “It’s a lot of fun to be on this team right now.”

Wednesday, October 26th, 2011

Even though he's struggled this postseason, Texas Rangers pitcher C.J. Wilson still sounds like the same, eccentric personality that's always at the center of attention and activity. Wilson started Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday, and though he didn't exactly deliver a gem outing when his team needed ...

Joe Torre on Beer in MLB Clubhouses: “It’s up to the individual club to police what they do and make the decisions.”

Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

Joe Torre raised eyebrows when he mentioned that Major League Baseball planned to look into the matter of teams allowing beer in their respective clubhouses. The discussion, of course, stems from the reports of Boston Red Sox players imbibing during games this season. Torre, the executive vice president of baseball ...