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Tony La Russa, a manager among dogs
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If you've ever paid attention to baseball on a semi-regular basis, you have probably heard about its "unwritten rules" or "code of conduct. "Whether it's not bunting to break up a no-hitter, or beaning a player after a teammate admires a home run shot from the batter's box, some things are not tolerated in the baseball world. Because of that, players often enforce punishment to offenders, and, unless they go too far, are not punished by the league or its umpires.Not such the case Tuesday night in Milwaukee's 8-7 11-inning loss to St. Louis.What you should probably know about St. Louis (if you are a fan of the Cardinals, I suggest to stop reading now), is that the Cardinals - the players, managers, upper management and some fans - have crowned themselves the holy ones of the sport.

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