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Cardinals fire Mike Shildt over 'philosophical differences'

Posted on October 15, 2021

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The Cardinals fired former National League manager of the year Mike Shildt over organizational differences Thursday, just one week after St. Louis lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers on a walk-off homer in the wild-card game.

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