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Aside from having nine kids by eight different women, one of the biggest criticisms of the modern-day athlete is that they are out of touch with those who came before them.  And as a sports fan residing in St. Louis, I recently learned about a late former Cardinals player who’s legacy will be celebrated this [...]

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It’s inevitable that every few weeks one of the JSF Weekly Hypothetical answers will spin off into an response that includes the legend that is Fredbird.  He’s wacky, he’s scantily clad and he’s known to wield a weapon from time-to-time. After we documented him embarrassing co-host Andy Benes on camera recently we came to realize that, while he’s undoubtedly [...]

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In case you're wondering what happened in the world of St. Louis sports, allow us to recap the weekend with photos that we didn't take. But we promise, the sarcasm and general apathy is 100% authentic.

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Today at 1:10 pm CT, the Cardinals play the Cubs at Wrigley Field. Guess who will be on the mound? A certainly someone that was written for dead two months ago.

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We're happy to welcome a man in charge of the Rams off-the-field transformation on to The JoeSportsFan Show. He is Brian Killingworth, the Rams VP of Marketing and Brand Strategy and we discuss everything from the #FisherStache campaign to James Laurinaitis' massive neck.

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With the Houston Astros in town this past week and the Cardinals handing them their 100th lost of the 2012 season, we figured it was time to celebrate. After all, they're moving to the American League West next season. This era of schadenfreude is limited. So, here goes.

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They say a picture is worth a thousand words. As usual, I have no idea who they are, or where they came up with that exact number, but it often falls short of explaining what’s really going on. There are many times a picture could use, nay, demands an extra 50-100 words or so to [...]

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The Sports Superfan Dilemma: How to blend in when you can’t

The beginning of a big sporting event is a cornucopia of emotions. The intensity is cranked up, the atmosphere is tangible all throughout the city limits and there is virtually nothing that a fan can do that is seen as going overboard short of committing a felony.
But throughout our years of studying the behavior of extreme sports fans, we’ve always been curious as to how one deals with defeat.

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Sports fans are a wacky bunch. And by “wacky”, we’re not talking about the tendency to paint our shirtless bodies for a game, have team icons tattooed across our backs or for a few to put forth remarkable effort in an attempt to get 50,000 people to stand briefly and raise their arms in a [...]

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It's time now for the digital phenomenon (read: 75% of our moms approve) known as the "The St. Louis Sports Weekend, in Pictures". But you already knew that because the title of the column is located right above this. If you didn't recognize that, then these simple pictorial recaps are even more up your alley.

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