I just think that by the time he's going to feel well enough to practice and get himself back in shape, days will have passedCards put Rick Ankiel on disabled list May 07, 2009
No matter what happened in the game, the important thing is it looks like he is going to be out for a whileCarpenter on DL with rib injury Apr 15, 2009
If he weren't so tall, the ball would have gone into center fieldPujols shocked by liner at pitcher May 22, 2008
I accept full responsibility for my conduct, and assure everyone that I have learned a very valuable lesson and that this will never occur againCardinals' La Russa pleads guilty to DUI Nov 28, 2007
The fact that we're talking pretty much daily and everything is progressing tells you where it's heading and where we'd like it to end upLa Russa likely to stay with Cardinals Oct 20, 2007
Anthony "Tony" La Russa, Jr. (pronounced /ləˈruːsə/; born October 4, 1944) is a Major League Baseball manager for the St. Louis Cardinals. In 2004, he became the sixth manager in history to win pennants with both American and National League teams; in 2006 he became the first manager ever to win multiple pennants in both leagues and became one of only two managers to win the World Series in both leagues. He is ranked third all-time for total number of Baseball All-time Managerial Wins list (2,676), trailing only Connie Mack (3,731) and John McGraw (2,763). He managed his 5,000th major league game (2,676-2,320-4 0.536) on June 10, 2011, but the milestone was marred by a shutout loss at Milwaukee. He joins Connie Mack as the only manager or coach in American sports history to reach 5,000 games. His 5,000 games trails only Mack who set the record at 7,755 (3,731–3,948–76), passing McGraw at 4,769 (2,763–1,948-58), on October 1, 2009. He is one of only four managers to be named Manager of the Year in both of baseball's major leagues.