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  • Missouri set to hire Appalachian State’s Eliah Drinkwitz as new football coach

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The University of Missouri appears to have found the man to take over the Tiger football program. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports MU will hire Appalachian State’s Eliah Drinkwitz to succeed Barry Odom, who was fired November 30 after going 25-25 over four seasons. Despite his age and only one year under his belt as a head coach, Drinkwitz, 36, brings five years of experience as an offensive coordinator, including three seasons at the Power 5 level […]

  • MU fires Head Coach Barry Odom

    ST. LOUIS – The University of Missouri fired head coach Barry Odom Saturday morning after four seasons at the helm of the Tiger program, where he compiled a 25-25 record in charge at his alma mater. Missouri just completed a disappointing  6-6 campaign in 2019, which began with observers thinking a 10-2 record was possible. Odom had what was seen as an easy schedule, scored a recruiting coup with Kelly Bryant’s transfer from Clemson to take over at quarterback for […]

  • Oskar Sundqvist joins growing list of Blues on injured reserve

    ST. LOUIS – St. Louis Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist was placed on injured reserve after leaving Wednesday’s game at Tampa Bay with what was described as a lower-body injury. The team said in a statement Thursday that Sundqvist’s status would be re-evaluated once the Blues return from a road trip. St. Louis plays in Dallas Friday night and returns Saturday to face the Pittsburgh Penguins that evening at Enterprise Center. Forward Austin Poganski was recalled from San Antonio. Our news […]

  • First license approved to sell recreational marijuana in the Metro East

    COLLINSVILLE, IL-Illinois state officials have granted the first license for a metro east dispensary to sell recreational marijuana come the beginning of the new year. And that dispensary is in Collinsville. HCI Alternatives in Collinsville was the first medical marijuana dispensary to open in the metro east back in January of 2016. Now it`s the first metro east dispensary to get a license to sell recreational marijuana when that becomes legal in Illinois on January 1st of next year. Renovations […]

  • Cardinals make qualifying offer to outfielder Marcell Ozuna

    ST. LOUIS – The St. Louis Cardinals beat a Monday afternoon deadline to make a qualifying offer for free agent outfielder Marcell Ozuna, officially announcing it had extended the $17.8 million offer. Ozuna just finished his walk year playing for the Cardinals on a 1-year, $12.25 million deal. Teams had until Monday afternoon to make a qualifying offer in order to retain the ability to receive a draft pick in the event Ozuna signs elsewhere. We have tendered a qualifying […]

  • St. Louis Cardinals announce 40-man roster moves; Mayers waived

    ST. LOUIS, MO- With the end of the Major League Baseball season, the St. Louis Cardinals Friday announced a series of moves, restoring all of the club’s players who were still on the injured list to the 40 man roster, including pitchers Jordan Hicks and Brett Cecil, along with outfielder Lane Thomas. The team also sent catcher Joe Hudson back to the minors and announced that pitcher Mike Mayers had been claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Angels of […]

  • St. Louis Cardinals have plenty of ties to 2019 World Series Champion Washington Nationals

      HOUSTON, Texas – The Washington Nationals are Major League Baseball’s 2019 World Series champions, winning the decisive Game 7 over the Houston Astros. Parkway West grad and Chesterfield native Max Scherzer started on the mound for Washington after being scratched from Game 5 because of neck spasms. Scherzer pitched a gutsy five innings, giving up two runs before the Nationals went to the bullpen. But he isn’t the only person with St. Louis ties who will get a World […]

  • Key Cardinal questions to answer this offseason after season ends in NLCS sweep

    ST. LOUIS, MO-  The St. Louis Cardinals ended a playoff drought this October by returning to the postseason for the first time since 2015 before the season ended in a four game sweep by the Washington Nationals in the National League Championship Series Tuesday night. As the offseason gets underway, here’s a look at some key questions that will need to be answered before Opening Day next spring. ROTATION Jack Flaherty, Dakota Hudson, Miles Mikolas seem like sure things as […]

  • Cardinals-Nationals NLCS start times announced for games 1 and 2

    ST. LOUIS, MO- Now that we know the Cardinals will face the Washington Nationals in the National League Championship series, here’s what we know about the schedule. Game 1:  Friday 10/11 @ 7:08 pm CST at Busch Stadium. Game 2: Saturday 10/12 @ 3:08pm CST at Busch Stadium Game 3: Monday 10/14 Time TBD at Washington Game 4 Tuesday 10/15 Time TBD at Washington Game 5 Wednesday 10/16 Time TBD at Washington (if necessary) Game 6 Friday 10/18 Time TBD (if necessary) […]

  • Party Photos: Scenes from the celebration as Cardinals clinch NLCS berth

    ATLANTA, GA- The St. Louis Cardinals are heading back to the National League Championship series after a resounding 13-1 win over the Atlanta Braves Wednesday in the deciding Game 5 of the league Division Series. Take a look at how the celebration unfolded after Genesis Cabrera recorded the final out.    

  • Atlanta Braves make changes after criticism from Cardinal pitcher Ryan Helsley

    ATLANTA, GA- Just days after Ryan Helsley, a Cardinals reliever and a member of the Cherokee Nation, criticized the use of the “Tomahawk Chop”, a fan cheer by Braves fans, Atlanta officials are taking action. “I think it’s a misrepresentation of the Cherokee people or Native Americans in general,” Helsley told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Friday “Just depicts them in this kind of caveman-type people way who aren’t intellectual. They are a lot more than that. It’s not me being […]

  • St. Louis native Chris Redd earns promotion to ‘SNL’ regular castmember

    ST. LOUIS, MO- The 45th season of Saturday Night Live premieres this weekend, and it will be a big one for St. Louis-area native Chris Redd. Deadline.com was first to report Tuesday that Redd, along with Heidi Gardner, are being promoted from featuring players to regular cast members. While NBC hasn’t released formal comment on the move, Redd shared reporting on the news on social media Tuesday night. 💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾💪🏾 https://t.co/DHx2uPq3pj — Chris Redd (@Reddsaidit) September 25, 2019 View this post on […]

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