Brett Hull Statue, One Day Before Unveiling (Hint: It’s Just a Box)

I have little/no idea why people are in a tizzy over the Brett Hull statue *before* it’s unveiled on Saturday’s Home Opener.  I mean, this thing could very well be revealed without Hull’s signature mullet, which would be a tragedy. Nevertheless, since we posted photos of the statue base a few weeks ago, we’ve been [...]

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Happy 1st Birthday, Matt Holliday’s Bruised Beanbag

—– email: matt@joesportsfan.com tweet: @MattSebek

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JSF Power Rankings: St. Louis Sports Malcontents

With the recent news that Patriots receiver Randy Moss indirectly forced a trade to the Vikings by publicly whining, he strengthened his reputation as a certain type of professional athlete - a malcontent.  Malcontents tend to pop up in every sport and every city including our own. So who were the most notable ones – justified or not [...]

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BR8KING NEWZ: Davidson proposes Multiple Options for Saturday’s Opener

With the home opener set for Saturday versus the Philadelphia Flyers, St. Louis Blues president of operations, John Davidson is aggressively searching for a wardrobe that outwardly demonstrates his excitement centering around the 2010 team. As Davidson is apt to do, he encouraged fan and media support by holding a press conference and calmly displaying [...]

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ESPN “Experts” Probably Not Thrilled About The 49ers

With a quarter of the 2010 season already gone, it’s not too early to take a look back at some of the “experts’” attempts to predict what would happen in the trainwreck that is the NFC West.  We’ll concede that it’s tough to criticize anyone trying to project how the NFC West would unfold before [...]

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McGraw Milhaven: 550 KTRS Radio Host, Oktoberfest Icon [MEDIA]

As stated on his personal website, 550 KTRS radio host McGraw Milhaven is “a household name from the halls of the White House to kitchen tables all over the region.” We’re confident the bigwigs at our Nation’s capital would be pleased to learn about McGraw’s advancements through local Oktoberfest circles. We’re not sure how frolicking [...]

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The St. Louis Sports Weekend, in Pictures…

With the Cardinals officially closing up their lockers for the 2010 season, the St. Louis sports weekend is bound to get a little leaner around this neck of the woods.  And no, that wasn’t a Dennys Reyes reference. We’re going to count on the Rams and Blues supplying the majority of our post-weekend fodder, but [...]

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This Week in STL Sports Birthdays

03
Oct
2010
This Week in STL Sports Birthdays

Big week in local sports birthdays.  We celebrate several Cardinals legends, a former Blues captain and coach and the best quarterback ever to wear the black and gold.  October 3 Dennis Eckersley (1954) – If there was one thing that Eck knew how to do just as well as closing games, was how to take [...]

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Sam Bradford BROADCASTER BINGO !!!

01
Oct
2010
Sam Bradford BROADCASTER BINGO !!!

At 1-2 with notable improvements to the offense and defense, Rams fans are cautiously bewildered about what lies ahead for the 2010 Rams.  One thing is certain, Sunday afternoon football in St. Louis consists of a verbal waxing of Sam Bradford’s intangibles from every football analyst, analyst and media pundit. Thus, we figured it was [...]

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The Definitive 2010 Cardinals Comic Relief Gallery

The 2010 Cardinals season was, well, interesting. Some high highs and some really low lows.  Sort of like their roster, actually. And because this year’s squad frequently left us shocked, bewildered and speechless, we often enjoyed communicating without words.  With the 2010 Cardinals season officially in the books, we present a recap of the digital [...]

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