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Matt Carpenter, Cardinals agree to six-year extension

  • The St. Louis Cardinals signed Matt Carpenter to a six-year contract extension for $52 million. It's a back loaded deal, according to Fox Sports , breaking down to $1 million, $3.5 million, $6.25 million, $9.75 million, $13.5 million and then $14.5 million in the sixth year with a $18.5 million club option or $2 million buyout and a $1.5 million signing bonus. SEASON PREVIEWS: NL Central 'Cold as ice' | Predicting team win totalsNeither nor the team nor Carpenter has confirmed the report. A news conference is scheduled for 11 a.m. ET Saturday from the Cardinals spring training facilities in Jupiter, Fla.  Update: The Cardials made it official at the press conference, announcing a major extension for the third straight season. Bill Dewitt--"we'd like to see him finish his career as a Cardinal."— Dan McLaughlin (@DannyMacTV) March 8, 2014"This was a no brainer for me"--Matt Carpenter on his extension.— Dan McLaughlin (@DannyMacTV) March 8, 2014The St. Louis Dispatch reported earlier in the week th夜网论坛e Cardinals were close to a finalizing an extension with Carpenter, who at 28 is making a switch from second base over to third. The Cards plan to use rookie Kolten Wong at second base.Carpenter hit .318 last season with 11 home runs, 78 RBIs and a league-high 126 runs scored. He was named to the All-Star game and finished fourth in NL MVP voting.[......]

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    World Series ratings: St. Louis TV viewers pick Cards over Rams

  • NEW YORK — No surprise: St. Louis is a baseball town.The Cardinals played a pivotal World Series game at home the same day that the struggling Rams hosted "Monday Night Football." More than four times as many households in the metropolitan area were tuned in to baseball than football. The Cardinals' 3-1 loss in Game 5 to the Boston Red Sox was watched by an average of 14.4 million viewers nationally on Fox. The 8.9 rating was up 1 percent from the last Game 5, in 2011 between St. Louis and the Texas Rangers, the network said Tuesday.The Rams' 14-9 defeat against the Seattle Seahawks averaged 10.8 million viewers on ESPN. In St. Louis, the NFL game earned a combined 10.9 rating for ESPN and the simulcast on a local channel, representing the percentage of homes with televisions tuned in. That was lower than New Orleans (15.8), Portl夜网论坛and, Ore. (12.9), Sacramento (12.5) and Las Vegas (11.5). The combined rating in the Seattle area was 36.4. The baseball game drew a 43.8 rating in St. Louis and a 38.5 in Boston.This marked the second time that the World Series and "Monday Night Football" were played in the same metropolitan area on the same night. The other was 1986 in New York, with the Mets hosting the Red Sox in Game 7 and the Giants playing the Redskins.[......]

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    First-place Royals? First-place Royals; KC jumps Tigers

  • DETROIT — It's been over a decade since the Kansas City Royals were in first place this late in the season, and try as he might, manager Ned Yost couldn't totally downplay the achievement.He just wants it kept in perspective. MORE: Spector reviews Tigers' TV team"It's nice. We've got a lot of games to play. We don't get all geeked up," Yost said. "It's better than the alternative, trust me." Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas homered as part of a seven-run second inning, and the Royals displaced the Detroit Tigers atop the AL Central on Tuesday night with an 11-4 victory, their ninth in a row.Kansas City is in first place this late in the season for the first time since 2003, according to STATS. The Royals were leading the division in late August that year, only to finish third at 83-79. They have not made the postseason since winning the World Series in 1985."A lot of games left, so it really doesn't matter, but to say you're first place, it feels pretty good," designated hitter Billy Butler said. "Being in first place any time is good - even if it's after the first game."Gordon and Moustakas hit two-run shots off Max Scherzer, and Kansas City has won the first two games of this four-game series emphatically. The Royals, who trailed the Tigers by seven games after a May 20 loss, now lead Detroit by a half-game.Scherzer (8-3) yielded a career high-tying 10 runs in four-plus innings. The reigning American League Cy Young Award winner allowed the first eight batters of[......]

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    Rob Dibble: Remembering the great Tony Gwynn

  • 夜网论坛 After the many tributes to the great Tony Gwynn, an amazing ball player and even better man, there is not a lot left unsaid. However, I'd like to show one of the all-time greats to ever play the game some love and respect.People talk about his baseball abilities and love to quote his impressive stats. And don't get me wrong, those stats are staggering, but it's all the hard work that went in to achieving those stats that made him truly remarkable.  MORE: Cancer claims Hall of Famer | Memorable Gwynn images | Padres tributeHis hours of preparation and watching film on opposing pitchers revolutionized the game and how hitters prepare themselves. All of this hard work and dedication led to a remarkable 20-year career and his ultimate induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame on a beautiful July weekend in 2007.  I was fortunate enough to attend and even luckier to sit down and interview him that day. In typical Tony style, he was humble and gracious, the consummate baseball man.Like the greatest athletes of other sports—Walter Payton, Jerry Rice, Magic Johnson or Michael Jordan—he didn't just inspire his teammates to be their very best, he brought out that desire and drive in his opponents as well. In his pursuit of excellence he made everyone around him better, whether you were standing with him or against. When playing against Tony you knew you had to bring your A game, every pitch. One mistake and he'd be waiting for it, ready to make you pay. We used to j[......]

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