St. Louis icon Jay Randolph Jr. dies after cancer battle

Jay Randolph Jr., a popular golf commentator and sportscaster in St. Louis, died Friday after a battle with terminal liver cancer. Randolph Jr., 53, was formerly a commentator for the PGA Tour Network and hosted a show on 590 The Fan. He was the son of legendary Hall of Fame sportscaster Jay Randolph, who was … More St. Louis icon Jay Randolph Jr. dies after cancer battle

Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt wins National League MVP award

St. Louis Cardinals slugger Paul Goldschmidt has been voted the National League MVP, beating out teammate Nolan Arenado and San Diego Padres third baseman Manny Machado. It is the icing on the cake for the 35-year old All-Star, who had a career year in nearly every statistical category. “I think definitely as you age, you … More Cardinals’ Paul Goldschmidt wins National League MVP award

Royals announce future plans to move to new ballpark in downtown Kansas City

Since 1973, Kauffman Stadium has been the home of the Kansas City Royals. But after this decade, the Royals plan on moving on from their longtime home. But don’t worry, they’ll remain in Kansas City. On Tuesday afternoon, in a letter released to fans, Royals owner John Sherman revealed the team’s future plans to build … More Royals announce future plans to move to new ballpark in downtown Kansas City

Cardinals Announce 2023 Major League Coaching Staff

(Press release by St. Louis Cardinals) The St. Louis Cardinals announced their 2023 Major League coaching staff today with five newly-filled positions announced, along with six returning coaches, and Oliver Marmol, who will be entering his second season as the Redbirds manager. New to their positions on the 2023 staff will be Cardinals Hall of Famer and … More Cardinals Announce 2023 Major League Coaching Staff

Kansas becomes bowl eligible for first time since 2008

It’s been 14 long years, but Kansas is finally bowl eligible. Their eligibility was sealed with an upset 37-16 victory at home Saturday against No. 18 Oklahoma State, led by a brilliant game from running back Devin Neal, who carried 32 times for 224 and a score. “That’s what makes it more special,” Neal said … More Kansas becomes bowl eligible for first time since 2008

Adam Wainwright returning to Cardinals for one final season

ST. LOUIS — Veteran pitcher Adam Wainwright has informed the St. Louis Cardinals that he will return in ’23 — which will be his last in the majors. Cardinals president John Mozeliak confirmed on Wednesday during a press conference that the 41-year-old Wainwright will return for an 18th season with the franchise. Mozeliak and manager Oliver Marmol … More Adam Wainwright returning to Cardinals for one final season

Blues open season in grand fashion, beating the Blue Jackets 5-2!

Hockey season is back, folks. And the St. Louis Blues, looking to bounce back in 2022-23 after a disappointing playoff exit last season, brought the intensity to the Columbus Blue Jackets at Scottrade Center on Saturday night. The 5-2 win features a combination of great saves, strong communication, and relentless offense. Ivan Barbashev and Jake … More Blues open season in grand fashion, beating the Blue Jackets 5-2!

Lindenwood wins in double-overtime against Eastern Illinois

The Lindenwood football team (4-2, 0-1 OVC) won 37-34 in a double-overtime thriller over Eastern Illinois (2-4, 1-0 OVC) on Saturday in Charleston, Ill. The Lions started the game slow on the offensive side of the ball, as Eastern Illinois took a 7-0 lead after the first 15 minutes of play.  Lindenwood jumped on the board … More Lindenwood wins in double-overtime against Eastern Illinois