Mr. October, for a day

Before driving in six runs in Game 1, Reggie Sanders was typecast as the quintessential vagabond and a guy known for stinking it up in October, writes Jerry Crasnick.

Originally Published: October 4, 2005
By Jerry Crasnick | ESPN.com

ST. LOUIS -- Reggie Sanders travels in faster and more powerful company than people realize. With eight more home runs and three more stolen bases, he'll join Willie Mays, Andre Dawson and Bobby and Barry Bonds as the fifth player in history with 300 of each.

He is also a guy you'd love to have drop over and borrow the power tools. If Cincinnati first baseman Sean "The Mayor" Casey quit tomorrow to become a country singer, Sanders might win a poll as the nicest, earthiest, most courteous player ...

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