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Many managers confess one of the job’s most difficult responsibilities is telling a fading superstar his career glow is dimming and might be close to going out.
The Cardinals gave center fielder Jim Edmonds a nudge in that direction following the 2007 season only a year after their unlikely World Series championship run, a run that led to the club assuming Edmonds’ two-year option.
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