St. Louis Joes: Tony Glover

30
Jun
2013
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Although he’s 31 and has a full-time job, only Tony knows why he’s officiating in the Clayton Rec League. He’s working these fields and the courts during basketball season in order to get a gym membership at the Center of Clayton. The gym membership is key to Tony’s dream: he’s training to participate in the decathlon for the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio.

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The next time you enter Busch Stadium, look to the sky – or just the upper deck really. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of the latest potential St. Louis Super Fan soaring above the field of play, and by soaring above the field of play I mean lurking about the upper concourse. [...]

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Let's say you're remotely interested in attending the Rams Training Camp. You can do one of two things, which both lead to absolutely no where except a land of abysmal nostalgia.

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This effort was good enough to land this fan in our "Hall of Fame". But a lot has changed since 2011. Billy Butler is still kicking it with the Royals, but Albert Pujols is a lost artifact from the cross-state rivalry. But that didn't prevent this fan from making the rounds yet again this week at Kaufmann Stadium with the Cardinals in town.

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The St. Louis Blues: Next Year’s Contenders?

Each year, the Stanley Cup playoffs attract millions of fans from across the United States and around the world. This year’s season and has proven particularly exciting for certain teams, in particular the Los Angeles Kings and the St Louis Blues. The rivalry between these two formidable forces was palpable during the playoffs and added [...]

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Cardinals’ rookie John Gast made his major-league debut Wednesday night in a 10-4 win over the Mets. With a surname that begs to be both punned and rhymed, it was no surprise to see a few headlines that were just a little bit, well, Gast-ly. After all, Gast is only one letter away from the [...]

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We’ve told you about Rally Saint Louis before. The St. Louis online platform where anyone can submit ideas to improve the region, and then allows people of all walks to help fund those ideas and help them come to fruition. Now comes one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities from Rally STL. Have you ever wanted to throw [...]

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PHOTOS: Blues/Kings Game 5

08
May
2013
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With the Blues back home for a pivotal game five of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, the club held a pep rally outside Scottrade Center. The team saw it as an opportunity to showcase its rabid fan base. Bluesiers saw it as an opportunity to let the demons in their heads run wild.

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In this age of a 24-hour news cycle, traditional outlets have to be on the top of their game when it comes to social media. KSDK News Channel 5 in St. Louis is no different. In fact, on Sunday they were breaking news when there wasn't any.

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The Blues, um, blew a slew of open net chances Tuesday night, but overcame all the near misses to Steen-roll the Kings 2-1 in overtime and take a 1-0 series lead against a team that treated them like a particularly hairy dust bunny last year. And although the game didn’t make it to a second [...]

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