Tag Archives: Baseball

Why We Love Sports, the Dirty Thirty 

The last week gave us two perfect examples of why we love sports. Two 30-year old faces of their professional franchises rallied around injuries and carried their teams to unlikely victories.  Eight days ago it was 34-year old Aaron Rodgers … Continue reading

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Get Up! Get Up! For A 20 Year Old Big Mac

Twenty Years. That’s a long-time. A full generation. Yet I am still thinking about a Big Mac and what a treat it was. So why am I still thinking of a Big Mac after 20 years? Because this Big Mac … Continue reading

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It’s Been One Week

It’s been one week, since John Mozeliak cocked his head to the side and said I’m angry to Mike Matheny. Well technically it’s been 10 days but it has been one week in baseball time, seven games. So let’s take … Continue reading

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A Day At The Park

Last week it officially became summer for me. I attended my first St. Louis Cardinals game this year, a day game against the Florida Marlins. Summer time in St. Louis does not exist without the Cardinals, the lifeblood of the … Continue reading

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America’s Pastime

It’s March. Hockey teams are gearing up for the final playoff push. NBA teams (the ones that aren’t tanking) are doing the same, and those that are tanking are starting to salivate over the NBA draft. And the NFL is … Continue reading

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Cardinals Arrive, Hopefully Egos Don’t

The St. Louis Cardinals officially opened up spring training camp today. With familiar faces and some new ones arriving in Jupiter, Florida to begin the 2018 season. You will see Adam Wainwright, Carlos Martinez, Matt Carpenter, Kolten Wong, Yadier Molina, … Continue reading

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The Hurtful Hero

There are numerous stories throughout the history of sports of athletes pushing through pain and injury, rising to the moment, to lift their teams up to success. From Jack Youngblood’s broken leg for the L.A. Rams, to Willis Reed’s inspirational … Continue reading

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