Tag Archives: St. Louis Cardinals

#Haters

First let me get this off my chest, yes I still watch wrestling. What can I say, I find it entertaining. I wanted to be upfront and admit that because a couple of weeks ago me, my brother, and some … 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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The Ph**ing Cardinals

If the title of this article caught you off-guard, don’t worry the title is simply The Phaming Cardinals…got ya! By now I am sure most Cardinals fans have read, or at least heard about, the recent article in Sports Illustrated … 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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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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