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NLCS: Cardinals, Giants make a mockery of parity, with regularity
NLCS: Cardinals, Giants make a mockery of parity, with regularity

ST. LOUIS — This is the last postseason under the reign of baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, who loves to talk about how the hundreds of millions of dollars rich teams annually share with poor teams has given fans of every team hope and faith. That is a good sell at the American League Championship Series. The Baltimore Orioles will advance to their first World Series since 1983, or the Kansas City Royals will advance to their first World Series since 1985. However, here at the National League Championship Series, Selig ought not to peddle any notion of parity. The St. Louis Cardinals are in their fourth consecutive NLCS, the San Francisco Giants their third in five years. This...

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