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ST. LOUIS (KSDK) - Many have said the best sportsmanship in the country can be found in Cardinal Nation. Now, Cards fans are living up to their reputation and fulfilling their World Series wagers this week.

NewsChannel 5 viewers were kind enough to share their bets with friends, family and colleagues in Boston.

Schalfly CEO Dan Kopman held up his end of the bargain by serving Boston brewery, Harpoon, on the menu at the Schlafly Tap Room.

The Gateway Men's Chorus made a YouTube video singing the Fenway Park tradition, "Sweet Caroline."

Even the religious in St. Louis were betting on baseball. The Rabbi at Shaare Emeth in Creve Coeur paid up by putting a Red Sox baseball cap and congratulatory sign in the lobby.

The Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet of St. Louis bet the Sisters of St. Joseph in Boston $101, the age of Fenway Park, to be donated to a charity of their choice.

And of course, KSDK had to pay up on their bet with the NBC station in Boston, sending toasted raviolis and gooey butter cake.

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