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Michael Wacha’s Drive for Five

If the Cardinals are going to make it to game seven of this World Series, they’re going to need another sterling performance from rookie hurler Michael Wacha.  Wacha, who won three games as a starter and one in relief during … Continue reading

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The VORG 2013 World Series Preview

Other sites can give you all the match-ups and tactical forecasts for the showdown between the Red Sox and Cardinals.  At the VORG, we’re going to give you the fact(oids) about each of the main contributors for each team: Cardinals: … Continue reading

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A Day for Shutout Routs

Sunday was a great day for 13-0 shutouts.  There were two of them.  The Red Sox routed R.A. Dickey and the Jays in Toronto, and the Indians roughed up David Price and the Rays in Tampa.  This elicited a Twitter … Continue reading

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Does Your Team’s W-L Record Have an Impact on the Elections?

After you’ve exhausted all of your reading on the polls regarding tomorrow’s election, you start to read of quirks which might point to one party or another winning the election. So, in that vein, does one specific team’s won-loss record … Continue reading

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The VORG World Series Preview

Other sites can give you all the match-ups and tactical forecasts for the showdown between the Rangers and Cardinals.  At the VORG, we’re going to give you the fact(oids): Cardinals: Yadier Molasses Molina stole four bases in 2011, and is … Continue reading

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