Cardinals Dominate Cincinnati’s “Most Disliked Sports Personalities”

Cincinnati.com put a poll up to their readers to find out who the area’s most disliked sports personalities were. The amount of both former and current St. Louis Cardinals is hard to miss. Here’s the list (so you don’t have to click the source link an then click through the stupid slideshow): Chris Carpenter, current Cardinal pitcher (12) Jim Edmonds, former Cardinal and Reds outfielder (18) Michael Vick, Eagles Quarterback (24) [Read More]

St. Louis Loses a Sports Star From Every Major Team Today

February 18th, 2011…a day that will live in infamy for St. Louis sports. Well, maybe not…unless you’re really attached to the Rams’ O.J. Atogwe, the Blue’s Eric Brewer and the shell of Jim Edmonds. If you are, go get yourself a coke and try to shake it off! Tomorrow will be better…don’t look at STLToday’s Sports home page though. Actually, just turn away right now, because here it is! Seriously check this crap out: Every single major sports team in St. [Read More]

Bryan Burwell Wants to Remind You That You Are Horrible People

Bryan Burwell wants you to leave professional athletes alone! Why? Because you “fans” are all horrible people! …I mean not all of you, but enough that he feels its ok to blame us all for the bad ones. I have to laugh when I listen to or read the voice of the outraged fan who now believes that he is entitled to more out of Woods than he has already given. [Read More]

Steve Jackson Responds to Claims He Knocked Around a Knocked-Up Broad

Steven Jackson has responded to the heinous charges by his ex-girlfriend and mother of his son to TMZ: The St. Louis Rams running back just released a statement to TMZ saying, “It’s disheartening that I have to address any alleged allegations 10 months later, but I have read the accusations made by Supriya Harris, and they are untrue.” Jackson continued, “The accusations are especially hurtful because those who truly know me know that those actions would be out of character for me. [Read More]

Pujols is the MVP of the Decade

According to ESPN’s Jayson Stark our very own Albert Pujols is baseball’s MVP of the decade! …duh. After all, what didn’t Sir Albert do in this decade, outside of forgetting to get to the big leagues until 2001, neglecting to finish in the top four in the MVP voting once and never quite getting around to winning any Nobel Peace Prizes? So is there really any argument here? If a man has pretty much been the MVP of his league in every single year of an entire decade, what would be the case that he isn’t the MVP for the decade as a whole? [Read More]

The ESPN Mothership Turns on WXOS

Yesterday was a big St. Louis sporting news day! Tony LaRussa made his decision to return to manage the Cardinals for at least 2010 official and confirmed the rumor that Mark McGwire would be on board as the team’s new hitting coach! This is a major local news story that broke through the bounds of St. Louis and got national coverage. Obviously the network synonymous with sports, ESPN, picked up and story and when they needed that local view they turned to the obvious radio station choice…KMOX? [Read More]

101 ESPN’s Randy Karraker to Buy Rams?

First off, let me do a little finger wagging at 101 ESPN for not including the mighty Punching Kitty on their press release list. Secondly, here’s their new publicity stunt. Its so obviously as stunt we normally wouldn’t report on it, but we really like Randy Karraker around here, so what the hell… Here’s the part the matters: WXOS-FM’s Randy Karraker announced that he is stepping up to the plate in a bid to purchase the St. [Read More]

Cardinal Playoff Beards: NLDS

Watching the Cards game now and its looking like this just might be my last chance to post a few of the beard submissions.

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I’ll be honest with you.  I was hoping for more submissions that this…ok, I’m just going to say it.  Its your fault we lost non-submitters.

I hope you can live with that.

Dan Ceasar Weeps For the One Guy that Doesn’t Have Cable, a Friend or Knows Where a Bar Is

Its October, the MLB playoffs are here and the Cardinals are back in them since their World Series winner in 2006, but if you are the one Cardinal fan in St. Louis that doesn’t have cable, any friends or know where a bar is, you are out of luck! Don’t worry though, St. Louis Post Dispatch sport media columnist, Dan Ceasar has your back! None of the Cardinals’ playoff games against National League foes will be on a “free-TV”‘ station. [Read More]