Cards in the News - Monday

Cards in the News - Monday

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Cards in the News – March 13, 2006

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Cardinals
General Interest
"Spiezio planning to tattoo his name on Cards' roster"
by Joe Strauss, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Cards Notebook: Suppan finds rhythm against the Braves"
by Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Bird Land: Souvenir Mouse Ears"
by Derrick Goold, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

"Renteria's hot bat sparks Braves past Cardinals"
by The Associated Press/Belleville News-Democrat

"Cardinals notebook: Cards begin shuffling the deck"
by Laurel Scheffel, Sebastian Sun/TC Palm

"Daubach battles for Cards' roster spot"
by Bryan Hoch, Special to MLB

"Mateo faces critical days in camp"
by Matthew Leach, MLB

"Cardinals edged by Braves"
by Mark Bowman, MLB

"Ex-O's outfielder Bigbie feels at home in St. Louis"
by Jeff Zrebiec, Baltimore Sun (from March 12th)

"Suite deals: Luxury box owners at new Busch get more bang for their buck"
by Victoria Seeland, St. Louis Business Journal

At the Birdhouse
"The Springfield Cardinals Report"
by John Brayfield

"Spring Training Notebook - with Ray Mileur"
by Ray Mileur (subscription)

"Take Five - with Jeff Nelson"
by Ray Mileur (subscription)

Minors
Other Minor League News
"NL Spring Training notebooks: March 12"
- MLB

"AL Spring Training notebooks: March 12"
- MLB

Elsewhere in Baseball
"A-Rod, questionable call save U.S."
by John Nadel, The Associated Press/Belleville News-Democrat

"Twins, fans honor Hall of Famer Puckett"
by Dave Campbell, The Associated Press/Belleville News-Democrat

"Puerto Rico cruises past Dominican Republic"
by The Associated Press/Fox Sports

"WBC could face major ump controversy"
by Ken Rosenthal, Fox Sports

" ESPN-Bonds ties questioned"
By Richard Sandomir, New York Times/Memphis Commercial Appeal

"Time to adjust"
by Scot Gregor, Arlington Heights Daily Herald

" Fantasy: Top 20 Relievers for 2006"
by Tim Dierkes, The Hardball Times

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