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    Tuesday, October 26, 2004

    Poor Tony

    The Cardinals may not be welcome back after St.
    Louis manager Tony LaRussa bad-mouthed this south shore city, which
    hosted the team for games 1 and 2 due to a shortage of hotel rooms
    in Boston.
    LaRussa told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that the Cardinals were
    "upset and embarrassed"
    that they had to stay in Quincy, where
    there was a lack of late-night dining options for the team and its
    entourage.
    Quincy Mayor William Phelan fired back, telling the hometown
    Patriot-Ledger newspaper that LaRussa and his team should stop
    whining and pitch better.
    "If St. Louis had a decent pitching staff, they would have been
    back in Quincy in plenty of time to visit any one of our 30
    fantastic restaurants,"- Phelan said.

    1 Comments:

    Blogger Moy said...

    Wow. What a complete assh...err...wait...Quincy is a dump, isn't it.

    6:01 PM, October 26, 2004  

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