On the cusp: 25 teams to watch

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Monday, March 14, 2011

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Louisville’s series loss to Toledo suddenly seems like ancient history.

Though the Cardinals still have some work to do offensively, they quietly have formulated one of the nation’s elite pitching staffs. They also have stayed in the mix when it comes to the Perfect Game Top 25.

Starting pitchers Mike Nastold, Justin Amlung and Matt Koch lead the Cardinals on the mound, while hard-throwing reliever Tony Zy


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