Football teams show unity during National Anthem
Football teams show unity during National Anthem
The high school teams from Affton and Jennings locked arms and stood together in a sign of unity during the National Anthem before their football game on Monday.
Game Report: Cardinals 8, Reds 7 (10 innings)
Game Report: Cardinals 8, Reds 7 (10 innings)
Dexter Fowler homered to tie the game in the eighth inning Tuesday night before he and Paul DeJong both drove in runs in the 10th to lead the Cardinals over the Reds in Cincinnati.
Long day for Mizzou offense, defense in 35-3 loss
Long day for Mizzou offense, defense in 35-3 loss
Missouri's defensive woes continued Saturday, joined by an offense that failed to generate a touchdown in a 35-3 loss to Purdue.Fans headed for the exits long before the game was over.
Hurricane Irma brings back memories for Marmol
Hurricane Irma brings back memories for Marmol
As Hurricane Irma approaches Florida, Cardinals' first base coach Oliver Marmol remembers Hurricane Andrew and the damage it did to his family's home in Miami when he was 6 years old.
Kelly waits for chance to contribute to Cardinals
Kelly waits for chance to contribute to Cardinals
Despite starting only 7 games since joining the Cardinals, Carson Kelly says he has benefited from his time in the majors and doesn't think the lack of playing time has hurt his development.
Ten Cardinals with most to prove in September
Ten Cardinals with most to prove in September
Whether the Cardinals remain in the pennant race or not, there are at least 10 players, including Luke Weaver, who have the most to prove in September as the team looks to 2018.
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Game Report: Cardinals 8, Reds 7 (10 innings)

Dexter Fowler homered to tie the game in the eighth inning Tuesday night before he and Paul DeJong both drove in runs in  the 10th to lead the Cardinals over the Reds in Cincinnati. 

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High School Players Show Unity Standing for Anthem Before Football Game

Affton High School Assistant Principal Jonathan Langhans, posted an intriguing picture on social media. It was of a line of football players standing arm in arm.

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Game Report: Cubs 4, Cardinals 3

An RBI single by former Cardinal Jason Heyward off Matt Bowman in the seventh inning broke a 3-3 tie and gave the Cubs a sweep of the three-game series over the Cardinals Sunday at Wrigley Field. 

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Missouri's offense joins struggling defense in 35-3 loss to Purdue

Missour'si defensive woes continued on Saturday, joined by an offense that failed to generate a touchdown, resulting in a 35-3 loss to Purdue that left fans heading for the exits long before the game was over.  

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Game Report: Cubs 4, Cardinals 1

Any hopes the Cardinals had of getting closer to the Cubs in the NL Central race this weekend disappeared on Saturday when they could not solve Kyle Hendricks and lost again at Wrigley Field. 

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Local College Football: Mizzou Post-game audio; Tigers, MoBap, WashU, Lindenwood all lose --Weekend of 9-16-17

Here are the stories from the local college football games this weekend.

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Game Report: Cubs 8, Cardinals 2

A seventh-run sixth inning sent the Cubs to the win over the Cardinals on Friday at Wrigley Field, dropping the Cardinals four games behind the Cubs in the NLCentral with 15 games to play. 

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Audio: Rob Rains and Frank Cusumano on 590 Friday

In case you missed Rob Rains interview on Frank Cusumano's Press Box Show on Friday, click the audio player below:

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Firing of assistant puts Mizzou defensive focus on Barry Odom

Missouri head coach Barry Odom will have more responsibility for the team's defense in Saturday's game against Purdue after firing defensive coordinator DeMontie Cross earlier this week. 

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Game Report: Cardinals 5, Reds 2

Tommy Pham joined the 20-20 club on Thursday with a homer and two stolen bases and Luke Weaver won his sixth consecutive start as the Cardinals beat the Reds at Busch Stadium. 

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Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017

- Dexter Fowler homered to tie the game in the eighth inning Tuesday night before he and Paul DeJong both drove in runs in  the 10th to lead the Cardinals to an 8-7 win over the Reds in Cincinnati. Yadier Molina and DeJong also homered in a five-run fourth inning after the Cardinals fallen behind 4-0 in the first three innings.

- Luke Weaver, who has won his last six starts, will pitch for the Cardinals tonight in the second game of the series.

- The Blues opened their pre-season schedule on Tuesday night in Dallas and lost 5-3 to the Stars, who scored three times in the final period, including an empty-net goal. Wade Megan, Klim Kostin and Sam Blaies scored for the Blues.

- The Blues learned on Tuesday they will be without defenseman Jay Bouwmeester for at least three weeks because of a broken ankle suffered in practice. The team also announced that forward Zach Sanford could miss most if not all of the season because of shoulder surgery.

- The Blues will play the Columbus Blue Jackets in the pre-season home opener tonight at Scottrade Center. 




 


  

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