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Hunt and Peck: The one where I do no work at all

This time, I make let the readers do the work for me.

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On Monday I asked which Cardinals game ya'll would go back and see. Everyone had such wonderful responses I just had to share them. Here are some of your responses from around the web!  Don't forget to check out the original posts from the United Cardinals Bloggers and their responses!

Via the Viva el Birdos Twitter account:

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2011 World Series Game 6 - Shannon

1946 game 7 or 1926 game 7. - Ron

926 World Series Game 7 AINEC, worn GC Alexander striking out Lazzeri with the sacks loaded while hungover and Ruth getting caught stealing to end the series. Cards first championship knocking off the soon to be Murderer's Row Yanks - Stephen

Seat cushion night against the despised Mets. Tommy Herr walk off grand slam. So outrageous and unbelievably wild behavior, Cards won't even show the tape anymore. Thousands of promotional seat cushions rained down twice during game. During game, warning of forfeit. At walk off, they all came down. It was a different time then and younger folks cannot believe the vicious rivalry with the Mets. - Mary

Via The Comment Section:

An interesting omission...

would be Mark McGwire’s 1998 home runs, particularly #62. There was once a point when that would be considered the #1 must-see moment in baseball history. Now it is, probably correctly, not a serious contender just for the Cardinals.

As for my pick, I’ll default back to Game 6 in 2011. I don’t care that I was 22 and remember it quite vividly: I wouldn’t decline a perpetual cycle of seeing that game in the excitement of the moment forever. But the Mad Dash is a pretty impossible one to argue against. - johnjf125

Can I make mine a doubleheader?

If so, Sept 21, 1934 against the Dodgers. Dizzy threw 7 innings of no-hit ball and earned a shutout. In the nightcap, Paul threw a no-hitter. - The Continental

Game 7 of the 1967 World Series

A happy time when if Bob Gibson wasn’t hitting homeruns aganist the Red Sox, turns out he was also a pretty good pitcher as well. This all happen 11 years before I was born so it would be nice to witness a time where the Cardinals could beat the Red Sox in the World Series. - hatchet1bravo

Some of you, like Ben, just left links to videos:

what else is going on in baseball...

  • This is apparently a thing that is happening and it needs to stop. - Hardball Talk
  • The Royals and Mike Moustakas avoid arbitration. - Hardball Talk
  • Same with Lorenzo Cain. - RotoWorld
  • ZiPs does a top 100 prospect list, but you have to be an ESPN Insider to read all of it. - ESPN
  • Who is the best hitting prospect not in the top 100 (from the MLB list)? - MLB
  • Check out these "sequels" to our favorite baseball movies. - Cut4
  • What are the best hitter-pitcher rivalries in Major League Baseball? This article is worth a read if not just for number 3 on the list alone. - Sports on Earth
  • Yasiel Puig considers the Cardinals more of a rival than the Giants and that makes him young and dumb or something. - Comcast SportsNet
  • Javy Lopez's favorite player is Mike Trout. - MLB
  • Two Cuban players defected during the Caribbean Series. - Hardball Talk
  • GoPro and Roku announce a partnership. - TechGraphs
  • Here are the rivals of every MLB team, ranked. The Cardinals are on a lot of these lists (maybe partially because Will Leitch is the writer, but I don't think it is far off.) ... - Sports on Earth

  • what the cardinals are up to...

    • Mike Matheny's book, The Matheny Manifesto, will soon be (already is?) hitting the shelves. - Vice Sports
    • Goold does some quick hits in this article with a super cool VEB mention! - STLToday

  • The Cardinals signed The Mustachioed One, right handed pitcher, Carlos Villanueva. - Viva el Birdos
  • C70 is doing his annual approval ratings. Let's see if we can get him 100 responses! - Cards Conclave
    the nl central...

  • viva el stuff...

    • abothecardinal looks at a Yoan Moncada signing in the fanpost. - Viva el Birdos
    • the red baron and Craig Edwards looked at this potential signing earlier in the week. - Viva el Birdos (baron); Viva el Birdos (Edwards)
    • bmarkham has two decisions he would like to see the Cardinals make in 2015. Check them out here. - Viva el Birdos
    • Have you been following along with our off season bookclub, Viva el Libros? Have you been wondering why there hasn't been a recap for Bang the Drum Slowly? There is a good reason for that... I am not "technically" finished with the book yet. Don't worry, though! Look for the recap and the reveal of February's book next week! Have no idea what I am talking about? Here is an explanation! - Viva el Libros
    other things...

    • These top plays fell victim to circumstance. - Sports on Earth
    • Charlie Sifford, "the Jackie Robinson of Golf" passed away after 92 years. - LA Times
    • The Blues won again! This time they defeated the Buffalo Sabres 3-0. - St. Louis Game Time
    • Mo'ne Davis will play in the NBA Celebrity All Star Game! - Cut4
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