Tag Archives: MLB

Rocking Chair Views

Earlier this week I was listening to one of the numerous podcasts I subscribe to and I found myself thinking that these two sound just like old men sitting on their rocking chairs talking about the St. Louis Cardinals. The … 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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The End of the Sports World

I have long stated my thoughts on the popularity of the NFL. How it is not the game itself that the public is flocking to but rather fantasy sports and gambling that is driving the popularity. Now within the last … Continue reading

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Steroids Are Back In MLB

Just when you think the game is cleaned up and returned to its 100 plus year glory, the ugly issue has risen once again. That is right. Steroids are back in baseball. Except this time it’s not such a dirty … 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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50 Shades of Grey

A recent quote from Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr caught my attention. He was talking about the coverage of Lavar Ball, the outspoken father of NBA rookie Lonzo Ball. Kerr said, ” This is not an ESPN judgement, it’s … Continue reading

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