A cool out: Pitcher Chris Carpenter of the St. Louis Cardinals tags first base for an out as Elvis Andrus of the Texas Rangers reaches the base.
Originally published on Thu October 20, 2011 7:01 am
Game 1 of the World Series went to the St. Louis Cardinals last night. The National League champions beat the American League's Texas Rangers 3-2:
For those who like to know about the key moments, here are two, courtesy of NPR's Tom Goldman's report for Morning Edition:
First there was a bet from the mayor of St. Louis, Francis Slay, with the mayor of Arlington, Texas, Robert Cluck.
Then there was one from U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo. with U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas.
"I don't know how to pick this one," NPR's Tom Goldman conceded on Morning Edition today, says NPR's "The Two-Way." Check out this quick round-up, from a national perspective, regarding the biggest bout in baseball that starts tonight here in St. Louis.
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