With Jamie Garcia having season ending surgery, it may be his last season with the Cardinals. Garcia coming off this surgery may be able to demand a little more money and the Cards seem to have plenty of pitching. Fernando Salas was placed on the 15-day disabled list and the Cardinals are going to start their second rookie in a [...]
By Mary Miller Cullins The second the puck dropped at Scottrade Center last night, we knew we were in for a wild ride! Blues hockey fans showed up. They showed up early and they showed up LOUD!!
By Mary Miller Cullins On Friday, May 10, a Junior Olympic Boxing Benefit will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the South Broadway Athletic Club (2301 S. 7th Street). The price of a ticket is a mere $12, but the benefits are vast! You see, this event will help send twenty-one young boxers to a [...]
Last year around this time the St.Louis Blues hockey team, the “second” hottest team in the playoffs ran into the “hottest” team in the playoffs, the Los Angeles Kings. The Kings who would go on to become the Stanley Cup champions swept the Blues in four games and left them wanting. This year Blues fans are smacking their lips with [...]
The St. Louis Rams traded up to the eighth overall selection in the NFL draft Thursday night to take West Virginia wide receiver Tavon Austin. The Rams have been active on both draft days under coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead. Last year, they traded the second overall pick to the Redskins for [...]
Last year Mizzou quarterback James Franklin struggled with injuries his entire junior season. So much so sophomore quarterback Corbin Berkstresser got a real good look at by the coaches at the annual Mizzou Black and Gold scrimmage game at Faurot Field. With a whole Summer ahead, competing for the quarterback slot will be no easy task. Redshirt [...]