I am well aware that the headline to this article puts me in the minority and will cause me to face the ire of Cardinal Nation, but I cannot help it.
As we honor the men and women around the globe that have given their lives in pursuit of freedom, we do so in many ways. The National Pastime stands tall at the center of those traditions.
He was truly one of the nicest and genuine people you could have ever had the privilege to know.
Not every story has a Hollywood ending.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the day heaven gained a legendary announcer and we all lost a golden voice.
Attending a game seven of a World Series in St. Louis is a magical event.
One more must win victory, one more happy flight, one more game lies ahead of the Cardinals.
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Nine years ago today the game took on a different sound, a different feel, and did not seem quite so magical anymore.