Wednesday, October 23, 2013
By Brian Wise
The brass sections of the Boston Symphony and St. Louis Symphony Orchestras are sounding off for their respective hometown teams in the World Series.
Tuesday, November 01, 2011
The celebration may be ending a little early in St. Louis. Just days after winning a thrilling seven game World Series, St. Louis Cardinals Manager Tony La Russa announced his retirement. The 67-year-old La Russa managed for 33 years in the big leagues, winning three World Series titles over the years and really revolutionizing the way the game is played. Joining The Takeaway to talk about La Russa’s legacy is George Vecsey, sports columnist for The New York Times and author of "Stan Musial: An American Life."
Monday, October 24, 2011
The St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers are tied 2-2 in this year’s World Series, with Game 5 set to be played tonight in Texas. While the Cardinals are trying to cap off one of the most incredible late-season runs in baseball history, the Rangers are trying to make up for a disappointing four games to one loss in last year’s World Series against the San Francisco Giants.
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
The Texas Rangers will face off against the Cardinals in game one of the World Series tonight in St. Louis. George Vecsey, sports columnist for The New York Times, and author of "Stan Musial: An American Life," previews the game and talks about what the World Series means to St. Louis sports fans.