Every ounce of hate that goes Stan Kroenke’s way, the better for St. Louisans

Did you hear about Arsenal soccer diehards gathering together to preach about the hatred of a man named Stanley Kroenke? What a shitbag. I think this is something the world should agree on. Look, every time the Colorado Avalanche win a game, especially over the Blues, I feel a little pain in my ass. A … More Every ounce of hate that goes Stan Kroenke’s way, the better for St. Louisans

Why the Poplar Street Bridge can be fury road for drivers

About a month ago, I wrote about five worst places to drive in St. Louis. The Poplar Street Bridge was mentioned, and a comment today on the article sparked a deeper dive into the traffic death trap that connects Illinois with the Lou. Here’s what commenter Kyle had to say about the article: “Your over … More Why the Poplar Street Bridge can be fury road for drivers

Buffa’s 5 Things: Is Taylor Hall’s talent worth his clubhouse trouble?

Sports fans can be a fickle bunch. Uber-passionate and diabolically vindictive. Hitting a walk-off home run last night means they smile, but if you strike out in the eighth tomorrow, they will riot. Don’t get mad at me. After all, I am only an ordinary guy reading a clock. The St. Louis Blues look like … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Is Taylor Hall’s talent worth his clubhouse trouble?

Buffa’s 5 Things: Why Matt Carpenter should embrace the “whatever it takes” Alexander Steen role in 2021

Live from Fancy Farm, Kentucky. Let’s get started. 5. Matt Carpenter goes the way of Alexander Steen? Chances are waning for Matt Carpenter to win the starting job at second base. While it’s only been a couple weeks, a guy who entered camp without a starting spot was already on borrowed time. He came into … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Why Matt Carpenter should embrace the “whatever it takes” Alexander Steen role in 2021

Buffa’s 5 Things: Yadier Molina reminding the youth who the king is never gets old

Yadier Molina is a king. Maybe THE King. In St. Louis at the moment, he is the legend that never dies. Somehow, reeling against the rigors of Father time, Molina continues to look resilient behind the plate. The latest example came during a spring training game on Sunday. Astros facing off against the Cards. Jake … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Yadier Molina reminding the youth who the king is never gets old

Buffa’s 5 Things: Rest in peace, “LouDog”

Let’s bypass the witty opening that, to be honest, may have you clicking out before any content is actually consumed. I’m just a boy, asking an internet skittle if they will be mine tonight. Allow me to export a few thoughts that are rattling around my brain. Some are heavier than others, but that’s life’s … More Buffa’s 5 Things: Rest in peace, “LouDog”