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Albert Pujols is gone and so is the Cardinals lead beat writer, Matthew Leach. They've both left for greener pastures. It’s a little sad. Never fear; we brought Leach into the digital saddle this week to reminisce on old times. We also tested the sports trivia knowledge of the local hobos.

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It’s been nine months since Albert Pujols last wore the birds on the bat for the St. Louis Cardinals. And it’s also safe to say that, by now, you’re probably a bit tired of hearing about that. He felt disrespected, so he took his statue and the gross domestic product of Iceland and heeded Arte [...]

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Last night, the wrestling hotbed known as St. Louis played host to a historic 1,000th episode of WWE Raw.  That’s 1,000 nights filled with shirtless, sweaty men pandering to an arena filled with thousands of equally sweaty men who scream relentlessly when two of them decide to roll around on a canvas mat together.  In other [...]

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José Oquendo spent ten years as a player for the St. Louis Cardinals and is now serving his 15th year as a member of the coaching staff. His connection are both wide and distinguished; sort of like his positional versatility. Every few weeks, we play a little game called "The Six Degrees of José Oquendo".

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A few weeks ago, we promised to bring some of the infamous St. Louis sports fans onto the show and this week is no different. While most of these characters’ claim to fame is at live sporting events, this one’s platform is the internet. She’s known simply as “Rasmus Girl” and her “Colby Fire Burning in the Outfield” song video has accumulated 200,000+ views since it debuted in 2009.

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When it comes to selling tickets to Mizzou’s first SEC game that happens to be against the Georgia Bulldogs, you can do it the traditional way. Post them on a ticket broker site, hang on to them until gameday and sell them outside the stadium, seek out friends who will pay slightly above face value for them. Or you can go a much weirder route…

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Viewers that didn’t tune in until the late innings of Monday night’s Cardinals-Brewers broadcast on Fox Sports Midwest may have done a double-take after this appeared on their high-definition screens. For a split second, the thought popped in my head that Chris Carpenter had pulled a Rick Ankiel and decided to give up on this [...]

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The last iteration of the Cardinals Hall of Fame would have gone bankrupt three-months into existence if it wasn't for grade school field trips. This time, we're hoping the Cardinals do it right. If they were smart, they'd ask the fine JSF contingent to make it a truly unique experience. That's not likely, so we'll conduct that discussion internally in this week's Weekly Hypothetical.

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Whether or not this man is actually Mark McGwire or some random diehard from Fenton, that's some quality inkage. So much, in fact, that Papa Johns decided to lift the photo from our website and use it in an advertisement distributed across Facebook.

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For this week's show, we recall our ten favorite moments on the show thus far. We're only 14 episodes in, but we've come a long way. As we talked about in our very first episode, this show is going to evolve and we're going to grow. Sharing some of the hilarity (and embarrassment) behind the scenes is part of that.

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