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>>Cardinals Down Giants In Game Three

(St. Louis, MO)  --  Matt Carpenter clubbed a two-run homer as the Cardinals downed the Giants, 3-1, in
Game Three of the NLCS.  Carpenter came on after Carlos Beltran left after the
first inning with a strained left knee.  Shane Robinson also plated a run to
help the Cards take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-seven series.  Kyle Lohse [[ lowsh
]] tossed five-and-two-thirds innings of one-run ball to get the win.  Jason
Motte earned a two-inning save.  Rain delayed the game for nearly
three-and-a-half hours in the seventh inning.  St. Louis hosts Game Four
tonight.

>>Longtime Announcer Bob Brenly Leaving Cubs

(Chicago, IL)  -- Longtime announcer Bob Brenly will be leaving the broadcast booth at Wrigley
Field to head up another baseball broadcast operation.  Brenly, half of the "Len
and Bob" broadcast team with Len Kaspar, is leaving the team after eight years
in the broadcast booth.  Baseball insiders are speculating the Brenly could be
headed to work as a broadcaster with the Arizona Diamondbacks organization. 
Brenly was manager of the D-Backs from 2001-2004, but no official announcement
of the move has been made.

>>Jenkins, Hunter Miss Practice

(St. Louis, MO)  --  Rams cornerback Janoris Jenkins and offensive tackle Wayne Hunter missed practice
yesterday.  Both are on the injury report with back problems.  Mario Haggan and
Rodger Saffold were also absent as the team gets ready for the Packers on
Sunday.

>>NHL, Union Set To Meet Again Today

(Toronto, Ontario)  --  The NHL and the Players' Association are set to meet again today in Toronto to
discuss the league's latest labor proposal.  The NHL presented a new offer to
the union on Tuesday, proposing a 50-50 split of hockey-related revenue over a
six-year deal, with a mutual option for a seventh year.  The latest offer is
contingent on an 82-game regular season that would begin November 2nd.

 
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