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StL SPORTS PAGE - CARDINALS
AUDIO: Rob Rains on Jamie Allman Show on FM NewsTalk 97.1 3-25-15
To hear the segment click the audio player below. >
Postcard from Cardinals camp for Sunday, March 26
Yadier Molina returned to the Cardinals lineup on Sunday following the World Baseball Classic and had a two-hit day, including a home run, to lead the Cardinals over the Marlins.  >
Postcard from Cardinals camp for Saturday, March 25
Lance Lynn, John Gant and Jhonny Peralta all had to leave Saturday's game early because of injuries but it appeared none of them are serious as the Cardinals lost 1-0 to the Marlins.  >
Molina's future in St. Louis depends on if he will share starting role
The conversation about whether the Cardinals should extend Yadier Molina's contract beyond this season really comes down to one question, which only Molina can answer. Is he willing to share the job with Carson Kelly?  >
We see so many people at Spring Training-- are you in our pictures?
This spring marked the 31st Spring Training for Rob Rains. First it was in St. Petersburg, Florida and then in 1998 Roger Dean Stadium was built and the Cardinals started training in Jupiter, Florida. >
Postcard from Cardinals camp for Friday, March 24
Michael Wacha threw five shutout innings and Dexter Fowler had an RBI triple and scored a run as the Cardinals defeated the Nationals 3-1 on Friday in West Palm Beach.  >
Padres likely to keep former Cards prospect Cordoba on roster
With just over a week left in spring training it looks likely that the Padres will keep former Cardinals prospect Allen Cordoba, selected in the Rule 5 draft, on their roster instead of offering him back to the Cardinals.  >
Postcard from Cardinals camp for Thursday, March 23
Adam Wainwright's start on Thursday wasn't anything to brag about but it was much better than his previous start, when he allowed 10 runs in less than two innings against the Mets.  >
New feature from Cardinals: Subscription tickets, Opening Day ceremony on TV, Waino's World shirts on sale
As Opening Day get closer, the Cardinals have a lot of announcements coming out. Here are the latest. >
Postcard from Cardinals camp for Wednesday, March 22
Carlos Martinez found out Wednesday he will start the Cardinals' season-opener against the Cubs on April 2 and then went out and pitched like an ace with five shutout innings against the Nationals.  >
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Osteoporosis: Is there any way to improve bone density?
It is said that nearly 10 million people in America suffer from osteoporosis and 80 percent of those are women. I am one of them. >
Breast Cancer: My Sacred Journey
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2010, it felt like a terrible cosmic joke. On one level I was embarrassed, having spoken to cancer support groups for years on “Vibrational Awareness and The Healing Power of Music;” how could I “walk my talk” about energy alignment if I had cancer? >
The Sad Goodbye: Putting Your Pet to Sleep
If you are searching the internet and came up with this article, we'd like to extend our love and prayers to you. It's a very tough time when we have to make a decision concerning our pet. Our pets are family and we want to do right by them >
Pediatric Cancer: Our Story of Faith and Healing
I will never forget the feeling I felt seeing the nurse practitioner coming down the hall at Children’s Hospital with tears streaming down her face. I looked to my husband and said "this cannot be happening."  >
Survivor of Suicide: You Can Live A Great Life, It Just Takes Time
Suicide. It’s a hard word to write and a hard word to say. Some people would rather say “took their life” others opt for the more hurtful “killed themself.” Any way you say it, it changes the lives of those left behind. >
Type 1 Diabetes: You Can Live A Successful Life-- She does
February 6th, 2008 is a day I will never forget. But before we get there, let me begin by talking about the weeks leading up to this day. I was 14 years old and a star volleyball player with a very positive attitude. >
Alcohol and Drugs: One woman's struggle to save herself and help others
Do you know someone who is struggling with drugs or alcohol? Here is the true story of how Holly Ash changed her life and she offers hope that anyone can do it. >
When a child with pediatric cancer has complications and faces life with special needs
The day my three-year old son was diagnosed with leukemia was a day that changed my life forever. My son Ethan was one month shy of his third birthday and getting the diagnosis that we got was devastating. Little did I know how that one diagnosis would compound into so much more. >
When a Loved One Has Alzheimer's
My mother had Alzheimer’s. It began with little strokes called TIAs where she would have numbness and tingling down one side of her body. She didn’t realize what they were.  >
Finding Help for Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Loss in STL
Until it hits you personally you don’t feel the magnitude of what memory loss can do to a person and then subsequently to a family. It can literally devastate a family and change their lives. >
StL SPORTS PAGE - BLUES
Blues Audio: Mike Yeo after Blues overtime loss 3-25-17
Audio by Mike Reeves Here is Blues coach Mike Yeo's post-game interview for Saturday after the Blues 3-2 overtime loss to the Calgary Flames at Scottrade in St. Louis. >
Magnus Paajarvi scores twice to lead Blues to win over Canucks
Magnus Paajarvi can feel the confidence growing in his game, and the results are showing on the ice. He scored twice on Thursday night to lead the Blues to a 4-1 win over the Canucks, their ninth win in their last 10 games...
Blues Audio: Coach Mike Yeo, Alex Pietrangelo, Jake Allen, Magnus Paajarvi
The Blues beat the Vancouver Canucks 4-1 at Scottrade in St. Louis Thursday night. Here are some interviews from the game. >
Game Report: Blues 4, Avalanche 2
Patrik Berglund scored twice, his 29th and 21st goals of the season, to lead the Blues to the win in Colorado on Tuesday night that allowed them to complete a five-game trip with a 4-1 record.  >
Game Report: Blues 3, Coyotes 0
The Blues moved into a tie with Nashville for third place in the Central Division with Jake Allen's fourth shutout of  the season Saturday night in Arizona, their seventh win in their last eight games...
Game Report: Blues 4, Sharks 1
Two third-period goals from Vladimir Tarasenko, his 33rd and 34th of the season, helped secure a win for the Blues over the Sharks Thursday night in San Jose.  >
Game Report: Ducks 2, Blues 1
A shorthanded goal in the second period turned out to be the game winner as the Blues saw their five-game winning streak snapped Wednesday night with a 2-1 loss to the Ducks in Anaheim.  >
Game Report: Blues 3, Kings 1
A strong game from goalie Jake Allen carried the Blues to their fifth consecutive win as they opened a five-game trip on Monday night with the victory over the Kings in Los Angeles.  >
Schwartz doesn't get a goal, but leads Blues to win over Islanders
Vladimir Tarasenko had two goals and Jaden Schwartz again played a key role as the Blues defeated the Islanders 4-3 Saturday night at Scottrade Center, their fourth consecutive win. >
StL SPORTS PAGE - COLLEGE
J'den Cox Wins Third NCAA Title; Smith Named Coach of the Year
With an 8-2 win in the NCAA Wrestling Championships Finals, Mizzou Wrestling senior 197-pounder J'den Cox (Columbia, Mo.) became the first ever three-time National Champion in program history and Mizzou Athletics history.  >
Missouri hires Cuonzo Martin as new basketball coach
The University of Missouri hired Cuonzo Martin as the school's new basketball coach on Wednesday. A native of East St. Louis, Ill., Martin had been coaching at the University of California.  >
Mizzou's Cox plus six in NCAA Wrestling Championships- how to get tickets
 Mizzou Wrestling senior J’den Cox was named USA Wrestling’s Athlete of the Week-- and he and six other Mizzou wrestlers will be competing at the 2017 NCAA Wrestling Championships at Scottrade in St. Louis >
Enter the STLSportsPage Bracket Challenge - Win Cardinals tickets
It's time to sign up for our STLSportsPage Bracket Challenge. >
Mizzou fires Kim Anderson after three losing seasons
Kim Anderson was fired on Sunday after three losing seasons as the basketball coach at the University of Missouri. Anderson went 26-67 as the coach of the Tigers.. >
Watching from Above; An Amazing Story that Really Happened with Missouri Baptist Baseball
Five years… That is how long it has been since the darkest day in Missouri Baptist Baseball history occurred. Grief was apparent, memories have been shared, and the memory of Clay Pfeiffer has stood the test of time. >
Missouri signs 23 football recruits, but only one is in-state player
Only one of the 23 football recruit signings announced by the University of Missouri on Wednesday is an in-state player, a wide receiver from Lee's Summit North in suburban Kansas City. >
Local College Football Teams on Signing Day: Mizzou, Missouri Baptist, Lindenwood
Wednesday was National Signing Day and the colleges of local interest had a busy day. Below are the players who signed with the local schools. >
Mizzou Broadcaster Mike Kelly inducted into Mo. Sports HOF
Mike Kelly, the longtime Voice of the Missouri Tigers was inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Sunday. To hear our interview with Kelly click the audio player. >
Warren Powers delivers speech despite Alzheimers- video, pictures, story of his life
Those who know that Warren Powers is battling with Alzheimers Disease wondered if he would speak when being inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, but he surprised them all by delivering his acceptance speech himself. Powers read a prepared statement but looked strong and confident as he expressed his gratitude at being inducted. >
StL SPORTS PAGE - OTHER
Missouri School for the Blind Teacher Takes Gold at International Jiu-Jitsu Competition
Adnan Gutic, a teacher and graduate of Missouri School for the Blind (MSB) in St. Louis, took first place at the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) Pan-American Championship on March 17th, 2017, at the Bren Events Center of University of California, Irvine. >
"The Royale"- drama about a boxer is at the Rep now- you can win free tickets
Sports once again serves as the inspiration for the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis Studio Theater’s final 2016-2017 production, The Royale.  >
Motorcycle Supercross racing coming to America's Center- How you can win tickets
The AMA Supercross,motorcycle championships will be coming to St. Louis on Saturday, April 1.  >
Selection Sunday: Fun Facts about the NCAA Tournament
March 11, 2017 is NCAA Basketball Selection Sunday but you don't have to tell that to college basketball fans around the country. This begins the three weeks where the world seems to stop in favor of basketball. Fans can be found watching basketball games, checking twitter, tallying bracket totals, and bragging about the successes of one's picks. >
Transplanted Cardinals Fans Love Their Team
While in Jupiter, Florida for Spring Training we had time to run over to an area called The Villages and meet a whole new world of Cardinals fans. The Villages is a planned community near the Ocala, Florida area and among the hundreds of clubs people can join, Cardinal Nation stands out.  >
Former Ram Kurt Warner elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame
Former Rams quarterback Kurt Warner was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday. >
Tickets on sale now for STL Monster Jam Feb. 4 at America's Center
tTckets are now on sale in St. Louis and more than 90 cities across the U.S. and Canada for Monster Jam® 2017! The new season will be an action-packed motorsports entertainment experience that delivers edge-of-your seat excitement >
Missouri Sports Hall of Fame holds inductions
The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame on Sunday night inducted former St. Louis Cardinals speedster Vince Coleman, former Mizzou Football coach Warren Powers, Mizzou broadcaster Mike Kelly, plus 12 other individuals as well as a college baseball program and a high school baseball program and its late coach.  >
Lindenwood Athletes Share Fun Day with Young Cancer Patients
Six years ago, Rainbows for Kids volunteer Sherry Opich got a great idea. Her daughter Courtney Opich was a standout softball player at Lindenwood University and Sherry thought the team could benefit by doing a charity event. >
Some Inductees for MO Sports HOF: Powers,Coleman, Kelly; get tix
Tickets and sponsorship tables remain available for the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s annual Enshrinement in Springfield presented by Killian Construction. The event is Sunday, Jan. 29. >
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