It's another first-round playoff exit for Blues
It's another first-round playoff exit for Blues
The Blues season came an end with their third consecutive first-round exit from the playoffs on Sunday as they fell 4-1 to the Wild in St. Paul, Minn., to lose the series in six games.
Game Report: Brewers 6, Cardinals 3
Game Report: Brewers 6, Cardinals 3
Lance Lynn allowed 10 hits and six runs in five innings and the Cardinals could not capitalize on numerous scoring chances as they lost to the Brewers Sunday in Milwaukee.
Dubnyk bounces back, puts Blues on the brink
Dubnyk bounces back, puts Blues on the brink
Devan Dubnyk bounced back from getting chased in game four to stop 36 of 37 Blues shots Friday night, leading the Wild to a 4-1 win in game five and a 3-2 lead in the series.
Missouri, Pinkel agree on contract extension
Missouri, Pinkel agree on contract extension
Missouri announced Friday that the school's Board of Curators has approved a contract extension for football coach Gary Pinkel that runs through the 2021 season.
Tarasenko scores twice as Blues tie series at two
Tarasenko scores twice as Blues tie series at two
Vladimir Tarasenko scored two more goals, including one on a highlight-reel move, to lead the Blues to a 6-1 win over the Wild on Wednesday night, tying their playoff series at 2-2.
Rams have tough early-Season schedule
Rams have tough early-Season schedule
The Rams will kick off the 2015 regular season against four playoff teams in their first five games, starting with defending NFC Champion Seattle at home on Sept. 13.
STL SPORTS PAGE

Post-game Cardinals audio: Matheny, Lynn, Adams

Here are the interviews from the Cardinals game on Wednesday night.

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Game Report: Cardinals 4, Brewers 2

Matt Holliday drove in two runs with a first-inning single to give the Cardinals the early lead and they went on to beat the Brewers Wednesday night at Busch Stadium.

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Blues to go with Jake Allen in goal for game one of the playoffs

The Blues will go with Jake Allen as their starting goalie for game one of the playoffs Thursday night against the Minnesota Wild at Scottrade Center. Coach Ken Hitchcock picked Allen over Brian Elliott. 

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Video: John Mozeliak speaks at Radio Personality luncheon at Busch Stadium

 
The Cardinals had their annual Radio Personality luncheon in the newly renovated Champions Club and G.M. John Mozeliak addressed the crowd. To hear him talk, click the video player.


Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Wild will be tough challenge for Blues in opening round of playoffs

The Minnesota Wild and goalie Devan Dubnyk will provide a tough challenge for the Blues in the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs. The series begins Thursday night at Scottrade Center. 

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Video: Holliday, Wainwright, Rosenthal at Homers for Health for Cardinal Glennon

Matt and Leslie Holliday were among the Cardinals and their wives who gave up their night off to help Cardinal Glennon Childrens Hospital raise funds through their Homers for Health initiative.

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Opening day begins courtship of Heyward by Cardinal Nation

Jason Heyward's first game in St. Louis as a member of the Cardinals did not go as well as he would have liked on Monday, but he still got to experience the love from Cardinal Nation, a courtship that should blossom. 

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Game Report: Brewers 5, Cardinals 4

The Brewers spoiled the home opener for the Cardinals on Monday, taking advantage of two errors by Kolten Wong to score two unearned runs against Adam Wainwright en route to the victory. 

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Cardinals Post-game Opening Day audio: Matheny, Wainwright, Heyward

Here are some post-game interviews from the Cardinals after their 5-4 loss on Opening Day.

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

Opening Day's over, what's going on with the Cards the rest of the Homestand?

The six-game homestand is highlighted by annual Opening Day festivities, a Yadier Molina bobblehead giveaway, Jackie Robinson Day, and a ceremony celebrating Red Schoendienst’s 70th year in baseball.

Read the rest of entry »

Share This:

 

Master Schedule for St. Louis Sports
Look who likes StLSportsPage
  

Tom Arnold                                                      Jason Motte

Follow @Rob Rains on Twitter
Gone With The Wind

Gift Idea for Gone With The Wind Fans

2014 is the 75th Anniversary of the Premiere of the 1939 classic, "Gone With the Wind." StLSportsPage.com's content manager Sally Tippett Rains wrote "The Making of a Masterpiece, The True Story of Margaret Mitchell and Gone With The Wind."  It's a great gift for anyone who loves the movie or book; she will be happy to autograph each copy. You can buy it through PayPal. For a personalized autograph, email stlsportspage@gmail.com to let us know how you want it signed.  Price: $22 (includes shipping). 

CLICK HERE TO BUY


What's it got to do with baseball?

 
Baseball Hall of Fame broadcaster Ernie Harwell wrote the foreword. He was from Ga. and  knew  GWTW author Margaret Mitchell.
@BJRains on Twitter
Subscribe to St. Louis' hottest new magazine for men
The perfect GIFT awaits you. Click here for details.
STLSportsPage HOME
LEADOFF QUICK HITTER NEWS

Monday, ApRil 27, 2015 

 - For the third year in a row, the Blues season came to a disappointing end with a first-round exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs on Sunday. The Wild got two goals from Zach Parise and beat the Blues 4-1 to win the series in six games. It was also the third consecutive year the Blues were tied 2-2 after four games in the series and lost the next two games.

- The Cardinals will learn more about the extent of the injury to Adam Wainwright's left Achilles today but they are preparing for the possibility that it could end his season. Wainwright will undergo an MRI and further medical evaluation after getting hurt while he was batting in the fifth inning of Saturday night's game.

- The Cardinals lost 6-3 to the Brewers on Sunday as Lance Lynn allowed all six runs in five innings. The team returns to St. Louis to open an 11-game, 11-day home stand tonight against the Phillies. John Lackey will get the start against Cole Hamels.

Interviews & Podcasts
For list of interviews, click upper rt. corner of player below

The Sandlot Videos
Shout Out from Ham.
  

  "The Sandlot's" Pat Renna ("Ham"), Director David Mickey Evans, Rob Rains. 

Interview with The Great Hambino

"The Sandlot" Cards Care field dedication

Interview with Director David Mickey Evans

"The Sandlot" Trivia

Custom SEO