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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 Big Game Wayback Time Machine

Let’s get in our DeLorean head back to the first month of the year 2000. Why? Because yesterday, January 30th, marked the 18th anniversary of the ST. LOUIS Rams win in Super Bowl XXXIV. And yes I said Super Bowl, … 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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Sobotka; The Reunion Tour

On Thursday afternoon many St. Louis Blues fans shared joy in the announced return of Vladimir Sobotka. The enigmatic player that left the organization three years ago to play in the KHL was returning to the Blues for the playoffs … Continue reading

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The Baseball Hall of Huh?

This past week the Baseball Hall of Fame announced its 2017 class which includes Jeff Bagwell and Ivan Rodriguez. Oh and by the way former commissioner Bud Selig will also go in this summer as elected by the “Today’s Game … Continue reading

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Dexter Fowler: A Hit Or Foul?

This week expectations finally became reality. The St. Louis Cardinals announced the signing of Dexter Fowler. Fowler’s name had been long mentioned, even late in the season when it became apparent the Cardinals needed an outfield upgrade with Matt Holliday’s … Continue reading

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Perron, Playing the Perfect Role

I will admit that when the Blues announced their big off-season signing of David Perron this past summer, I was skeptical. I didn’t see how he would fit in with the Blues, at least in terms of the type of … Continue reading

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