• Michael ‘Wacha Wacha!’ acknowledges link to Muppet Fozzie Bear (Video)

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Oct 12, 2013
    Wacha does not sound like he watched "The Muppet Show" growing up. It might be fun for fans and select teammates hey, it's addictive to some of us but the whole "Wacha, Wacha!" thing seems played out to Wacha himself. He might even roll his eyes a little whenever somebody does it. "Just a little," Wacha said. Wacha compiled a 1.72 ERA over five September starts, and he finished the regular season by coming one out away from a no-hitter against the Nationals. After an intentional walk to Adrian Gonzalez, W...
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    • Cardinals, Wacha flock to LA with 2-0 NLCS lead

      After helping St. Louis stave off elimination in the National League Division Series, Michael Wacha pitched the Cardinals to a 2-0 advantage in the NLCS by silencing the Dodgers' offense and outdueling arguably the game's top pitcher. With Jon Jay's sac…
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    • Wacha, Cards blank Dodgers for 2-0 lead

      Rookie Michael Wacha pitched into the seventh inning with zero margin for error and the St. Louis Cardinals silenced the Los Angeles Dodgers for the second straight day, winning 1-0 Saturday for a 2-0 lead in the NL Championship Series.
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    • NLCS Game 2: Cardinals win 1-0 nail-biter to hold serve against Dodgers

      Your browser does not support iframes. The St. Louis Cardinals kept home-field advantage in the National League Championship Series, holding on to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 1-0 in Game 2 on Saturday afternoon at Busch Stadium. The hype lived up to ex…
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    • Michael Wacha escapes bases-loaded jam in sixth, Cardinals lead Dodgers 1-0 in eighth

      ST. LOUIS — A half-inning before, the St. Louis Cardinals narrowly managed to push home the go-ahead run after putting a runner on third with no outs. Rookie right-hander Michael Wacha would not let the Los Angeles Dodgers be so lucky when they came to …
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  • Offense comes up empty on scoring threat in sixth

    Though the Dodgers created more than a single scoring chance in Game 2, nothing was as promising as what unfolded in the sixth, when a bases-loaded opportunity against Cardinals starter Michael Wacha ended with a pair of strikeouts.
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