Without Lou Brock, I may not like baseball as much as I do today. One could call it a stretch. After all, my dad’s old man famously paced the front … Continue reading Lou Brock may have finally stolen heaven, but he’ll live in Cardinal hearts forever
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Troy Siade died too young. He was the kind of the guy who came into a dark room and provided instant electricity. A guiding light for a slow day at … Continue reading South City Confessions: The one heroic deed that the St. Louis Cardinals did for the Manual Scoreboard crew
Five is a proud number. Ten is official. Six could be serious though. Hence the title of my latest chapter of rants. Six things that make me go boom inside. … Continue reading 6 Worthy Conversations: Why the Cardinals need to do whatever it takes to keep Yadier Molina around
Sports can create a ruthless dichotomy with its fan base. Baseball is where this particular unhealthy trait can fester the most. Major League Baseball players make mistakes on the field, … Continue reading South City Confessions: It’s perfectly fine to criticize professional baseball players without crucifying them
As May descends towards June and MLB owners and players fight over the proper amount of money to start up baseball here in 2020, I wanted to strip away all … Continue reading Why I miss baseball: The greatest game
Late last summer, when Kevin Wheeler was let go from 101.1 WXOS ESPN, I thought to myself, “well, at least Bernie Miklasz is still there in the mornings.” Today, that … Continue reading Why Bernie Miklasz without a radio show is a sad thing for St. Louis sports fans
The good, bad, and the ugly of the year that was 2018
Back in the spring of 2017, I made these voice memos to attach to KSDK articles that I wrote. The belief was people liked to walk and listen instead of … Continue reading Michael Wacha Audio Archives: 2017 spring training outlook
After cigars with Jordan and White House lawn interviews, Knott found his home in St. Louis.
A potpourri of semi-important topics for your consideration.
2017 represented so many things that it’s hard to put it into words, but I’m going to try. Donald Trump took office, Hollywood’s elite took a blow, the Patriots won … Continue reading 2017: The end of the year rant
Hey! Do I have your attention? Let’s greet this despicable Monday with a few thoughts. 5. If you haven’t watched Game of Thrones yet, stop holding out. It’s worth the … Continue reading Five Things I Know: Thrones envy; baseball misery; a car’s best friend