A Die-Hard Cardinals Fan Keeps Hope Alive Baseball's St. Louis Cardinals are now down three games to none against the Boston Red Sox in the World Series. NPR's Noah Adams speaks with die-hard Cardinals fan Mandy St. Amand about how she is faring, knowing one more loss will mean the end of the road for her team.
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A Die-Hard Cardinals Fan Keeps Hope Alive

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A Die-Hard Cardinals Fan Keeps Hope Alive

A Die-Hard Cardinals Fan Keeps Hope Alive

A Die-Hard Cardinals Fan Keeps Hope Alive

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Baseball's St. Louis Cardinals are now down three games to none against the Boston Red Sox in the World Series. NPR's Noah Adams speaks with die-hard Cardinals fan Mandy St. Amand about how she is faring, knowing one more loss will mean the end of the road for her team.