2011 World Series Side Bets
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Those InvolvedWhat's at Stake
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Mayor Francis Slay (St. Louis) and Mayor Robert Cluck (Arlington, Texas)From Slay: Pi pizza, Schlafly beer, Pappy's BBQ, Gooey butter cake from Park Avenue Coffee, Chocolate from Crown Candy Kitchen, A CD of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra
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From Cluck: Nolan Ryan Steaks, the "Official Beef of the Texas Rangers"
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U.S. Rep. William Lacy Clay, D-Mo. and U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas From Clay: a case of Budweiser beer and deep dish pizza from Pi.
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From Barton: a case of Lone Star beer and BBQ brisket from Spring Creek Barbecue in Arlington, Texas.
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Mo. Gov. Jay Nixon and Texas Gov. Rick PerryFrom Nixon: a six-pack of Budweiser bottles from Anheuser-Busch, an order of toasted ravioli; gourmet prosciutto, salami and other fine meats from Volpi Foods, frozen custard from Ted Drewes
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From Perry: traditional Texas barbecue from The Salt Lick in Driftwood, Texas and a case of Dr. Pepper.
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The Saint Louis Zoo and the Fort Worth and Dallas (Texas) ZoosIf the Rangers win, Dr. Jeffrey Bonner, the Dana Brown President and CEO of the Saint Louis Zoo, will shovel 1,000 pounds of animal dung while wearing a Texas Rangers jersey. However, if the Cardinals win, the chief executives of the Fort Worth and Dallas zoos must each shovel 500 pounds of dung while wearing a St. Louis Cardinals jersey.
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Archbishop Robert J. Carlson (Archdiocese of St. Louis) and Bishop Kevin W. Vann from the Diocese of Fort Worth, TexasIf the Cardinals win, Bishop Vann will send a taste of authentic Texas BBQ along with a Stetson cowboy hat. If the Rangers take the pennant, Archbishop Carlson will send a taste of local St. Louis favorites that include toasted ravioli from The Hill, Gus’s pretzels, Schlafly Beer and Fitz’s Root Beer, along with a Cardinals baseball cap. Adding to the bet, the winner will also receive a donation for the local Catholic Charities in the amount of $10 for every run scored throughout the series.
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St. Louis Public Radio and KERA, Public Media for North TexasJeff Ramirez, Radio Vice President at KERA will send the St. Louis Public Radio staff some famous Texas BBQ brisket if the Cardinals win. And if the Rangers triumph, St. Louis Public Radio will send KERA's staff some famous toasted ravioli from The Hill.
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St. Louis County (Charlie Dooley) & Dallas County, Texas (Clay Jenkins)From Dooley: Budweiser, Imo’s Pizza, Fitz’s root beer, Pasta House sauces, Energizer batteries plus a stuffed bunny
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From Jenkins: Shiner Bock, Dickey’s BBQ, and the “best Mexican food north of the border.”
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President Lewis Reed and the St. Louis Board of Aldermen and the Arlington City CouncilFrom Reed/St. Louis Aldermen: Budweiser, thin crust pizza from Imo’s, frozen custard from Ted Drewes and candy from Merbs Candies.
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From the Arlington City Council: J. Gilligan’s Irish Nachos, chicken & beef fajitas from El Gabacho Mexican Restaurant, a Triple Chocolate Cake from Ventana Grille, baklava compliments of Prince Lebanese Grill and Twisted Root Burger Company homebrewed “Twisted Root Pumpkin Spice Root Beer.”
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U.S. Rep. Russ Carnahan, D-Mo. and U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-TexasFrom Carnahan: A pack of assorted Anheuser-Busch products, Wine made in Ste. Genevieve, MO, Fitz’s homemade root beer,Toasted ravioli from Pasta House, Honey from the beehives at Maplewood Richmond Heights School in Maplewood, MO, Missouri BBQ from the original Pappy’s, Ted Drewes frozen custard, Kakao Chocolate, A musical recording of St. Louis’ own Chuck Berry, "Moses Austin and Stephen F. Austin," a book by Betsy Warren about native Missourians Moses and Stephen Austin, who founded the state of Texas, A Championship Build-a-Bear wearing a St. Louis Cardinals uniform
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From Cuellar: Bill Miller BBQ, Ranger T-Shirt, A pack of Shiner Beer, A pack of Dr. Pepper from Dublin, Texas, made with sugarcane, Cowboy Hat from Pleasanton, Texas, home of the Cowboy, Guenther House Assorted Gifts, Mexican Food from Taco Palenque, CD from Intocable from Zapata, Texas, CD from Selena y Los Dinos from Corpus Christi, Texas, Pecan Pralines from San Antonio, Texas, Strawberry Poteet Wine from Poteet, Texas
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