December 4, 2013
And here's the full roster.
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Brian checks in with his reaction to this weekend's big trade.
Brian looks back at where it went wrong for the Cardinals.
Brian didn't enjoy his trip to St. Louis, as the Cardinals fell behind 3-0.
Behind another outstanding performance from the Bionic Man, the Red Sox took a 2-0 lead.
The Red Sox took the series lead after a very messy World Series Game 1.
The St. Louis Cardinals are headed back to the World Series for the first time since 1987.
Jim Edmonds' homer sends the National League Championship Series to a seventh game.
Brian Gunn is depressed, thanks to Jeff Kent and Brandon Backe.
Behind Beltran, Berkman and Lidge, the Astros tied the NLCS up at two games apiece.
After a 45-minute rain delay, the Cardinals took Game 2 behind back-to-back homers on a sloppy night of baseball.
Behind 10 runs on a dozen hits, the Cardinals took a 1-0 NLCS lead over the Astros.
They've got the best record in baseball, the largest lead of any division leader, and no one saw it coming. Brian Gunn from Redbird Nation looks at how exactly the St. Louis Cardinals snuck up on everyone this year.
Redbird Nation's Brian Gunn takes a look at Albert Pujols and the Cardinals.