MISSOURI STATE NEWS

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Mozeliak has described the Cards as 'on the fence' when it comes to the trade deadline. But he has acknowledged that win-now moves that don't help this team in 2019 and beyond don't seem to make much sense. That's very different from a fire sale that loads the system with prospects and sets the plan for a big run down the road.

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With the bad hitting, it just seemed very easy to point a finger at hitting coaches Mabry and Mueller. These were the guys whose whole jobs were to improve the Cardinals' batting, and numerous Cardinals were/are batting badly. With the defense, it's harder to just point a finger at one person.

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By the end of the sixth inning, the Cards' leadoff hitter had one of the finest offensive performances ever by a Cardinal against the archrival Cubs. Carpenter hit three home runs, became the first Cardinal ever to have five extra-base hits in a game, and drove home seven runs.

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Although rules vary by state and even in counties within that state, a couple wanting to be married MUST show up with a valid license to make their marriage legal with a ceremony. Missouri's recently signed law changes minimum ages.

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Mike Shildt has been asked to prioritize cleaning up the Cardinals' disappointing defense and baserunning. Playing Kolten Wong helps both of those goals. Shildt even hit Wong sixth in his first game making the lineup, because he wanted his speed and lefthanded swing mixing up a righthanded-heavy bunch.

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Terry Kennedy received the Rory Ellinger Legislative Award from Legal Services of Eastern Missouri. He represents the 18th Ward on the St. Louis Board of Aldermen, where he recently sponsored Board Bill #87, the Lock-Out Ordinance, which was passed as law. The ordinance mandates that landlords obtain court orders for an eviction order against a tenant and criminalizes evictions without a legal order.