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Cardinals' La Russa To Retire

After 16 seasons, the Tony La Russa era in St. Louis is over. The Cardinals announced that their skipper has decided to retire. La Russa took the Cardinals to the playoffs nine times, made it to the World Series three times and won it all twice, including this season. Now, the organization and its fans have to figure out how to move on without the man who has become their backbone. St. Louis Public Radio's Rachel Lippmann reports.
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St. Louis Cardinals Manager Announces Retirement

St. Louis Cardinals skipper Tony La Russa is retiring after 33 seasons as a manager — and three World Series championships. Robert Siegel talks with NPR sports correspondent Mike Pesca about La Russa's decision and his career in baseball.
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Cardinals' Manager La Russa Goes Out On Top

Days after leading his team to a 7th game win in the World Series, Tony La Russa has announced that he has retired. La Russa changed the game of baseball and is among the top managers in the Major Leagues. Over his 33-year career, he won the world series three times.
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Cardinals Manager La Russa Retires

The baseball team's skipper won his third World Series title on Friday. A sure-fire Hall of Famer, he has the third-most wins in Major League history.
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World Series Fan Gives Back Game Six Homer Ball

David Huyette ended up holding the home-run ball that won Game Six of the World Series for the St. Louis Cardinals. It could have been worth thousands, but Huyette returned the historic ball, saying it was "the honorable thing to do." He was rewarded with another baseball, an autographed bat and tickets to Game Seven.

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