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It was a cordial conversation, though Halladay may have expressed displeasure with a few close calls. One run wouldnt seem enough against a lineup that features seven regulars whove been all stars. But nearly everyone except Utley, Jimmy Rollins and Shane Victorino struggled. Fans in the parking lot before the game talked about trying to unnerve Carpenter the way they famously did to Burt Hooton in Game 3 of the 1977 NLCS against the Los Angeles Dodgers at old Veterans Stadium. They made plenty of noise and waved their white and red rally towels Carpenter never flinched. After Victorino lined a one out double in the second, Carpenter retired Raul Ibanez on a foul pop and Placido Polanco on a grounder. The Phillies had runners on first and third with two outs in the fourth, but Ibanez flied out to the warning track in right. Carpenter allowed a one out single to Utley in the sixth, but Molina threw him out trying to steal second. Carpenter pumped his fist and hollered at Molina, who became the first catcher to nail Utley stealing this season. Utley had been 14 for 14 and 56 for 58, dating to 2009. Furcal made an outstanding play to rob Ruiz of a hit in the eighth, diving to his left on a grounder up the middle and throwing out the slow footed catcher. This "dream matchup," as Cardinals manager Tony La Russa called it, lived up to the hype. Halladay and Carpenter, who grew up together with the Blue Jays, have remained best buddies and often vacation together. Halladay overcame a shaky start in Game 1 and pitched eight strong innings in an 11 6 win. Pitching on three days rest for the first time in his career, Carpenter struggled last Sunday. He allowed four runs and five hits in three innings in his shortest outing of the season. But the Cardinals rallied from a 4 0 deficit against Lee and beat the Phillies 5 4 to even the series. NOTES: Pujols, who will be a free agent after the season, will play at least a few more games in St. Louis. . Cole Hamels, the Phillies fourth ace, won Game 3. . The Phillies hadnt played a decisive post season game since losing Game 5 of the division series against Montreal in the strike shortened 1981 season. They had been 3 1 in Game 5s of a series that was tied 2 2. . The Cardinals last decisive game was in the 2006 NLCS. They beat the New York Mets and went on defeat Detroit in five games in the World Series. . Molina got his first career post season stolen base in the fourth inning. . Schumaker left the game in the fourth because of right oblique tightness. . This was the 220th straight sellout in Philadelphia, including post season play. cheap jerseys.

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Key Stats: here Cash flow generating healthy retail company, selling the staple of shoes trades at cheap levels and is paying off debt. Fair Value range of shares between $32 to $40. Health of the core business: Seems positive but needs further investigation by talking to store managers (esp. in intl. locations). Most of the PPE seem to be in store fixtures, not the actual real estate which they tend to lease (financials are not fully clear about this). So the real value of the PPE is probably less than the book value. All their inventory is made abroad (China, Vietnam, etc.). SG has held consistently around 29% 30% since 2006 not worried about that (recent gross margins at 35% are at the high end though not sure if this is cyclical or a positive trend). Turnover slowed because their assets went up (growth of book value) but sales basically stayed flat or slightly decreased (peak was $3440mn in 2009 and the TTM is $3320mn). 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I wouldn't consider this a value investment unless I could it buy it for Company's cost structure is bad: It has high fixed costs and low margins. It may take little to send them on to a road of bankruptcy, despite a strong cash position (a risk for all companies with such debt levels, though PSS is paying off its debt fairly quickly and the maturity wall doesn seem to be a problem). We anticipate a high change (60 70%) of a general US stock market sell off, making the business even cheaper (a 40% FCF return on market value would be perfect). 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