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Cardinals Being Praised For Trading Piscotty To A's To Be Closer To Ailing Mother

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 15 / 17

The MLB Cardinals are being praised for trading RF Stephen Piscotty to the A's so he can be closer to his mother, who lives in the Bay Area and was diagnosed with ALS earlier this year. Chicago-based WGNU-AM's Dan Buffa wrote, "If you wonder why outsiders call the St. Louis Cardinals a first class...

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