Rams Still Suck

In case you couldn’t hear through the buzz, the Rams still suck. Jeff Gordon said it well on his blog post: The Rams have a new upper management team and a new head coach. Most of their assistant coaches are new, too, as are roughly half the players on their opening roster. But the Rams have the same old problems. The Rams started the 2009 season by making a slew of mental, physical and emotional mistakes on both sides of the ball. [Read More]

Are 1380 the Team and 590 the Fan For Sale?

We know for a fact there have been talks about selling each of these stations before and we have have heard the continuing rumors since and we are hearing them again. Both Simmons (who owns Team 1380) and Big League Broadcasting (who owns 590 The Fan) are rumored to be looking for buyers of their AM signal. Of course both General Managers will tell you otherwise, the fact is the decision to sell isn’t up to them. [Read More]
1380  590  kslg  radio  Sports  wfan 

Post Dispatch Sports Finds Twitter

Yup, right there on the front page of STLToday’s Cardinals Sports page you find Derrick Goold of the PD and…twittering away while he follows around Cardinal players in the early beautiful Florida mornings. For the record, we think this kind of stuff is great and we definitely like it as opposed to just having the one Twitter account that blasts out every story. Those types of Twitter accounts are great for blogs (like this one! [Read More]

The Zippo Awards For No Reason Whatsoever

I can remember begging my parents to let me stay up to watch the Zippo Awards.  Feel free to relive the glory from one magical night in February 28th, 1997: 

You’re welcome.

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The 2009 U.S. Chess Championship Comes to Saint Louis

Oh thats right ladies! St. Louis might not have Fleet Week, but this year we have The 2009 U.S. Chess Championship! Two dozen of the nation’s best chess players will be invited to participate in the 2009 U.S. Chess Championship, which will be held at the new Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis. The tournament, which dates back to 1845, will take place from May 7 through 17, 2009 and will offer a purse of more than $130,000 in prize money. [Read More]