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When thinking about some of the storylines surrounding Mike Matheny as he transitions into his second full season as manager of the St. Louis Cardinals, we couldn’t help but notice that more than a few of them synced with lyrics from classic rock songs. And what better way to communicate something old, like classic rock [...]

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Typically, the masses that follow 101 ESPN lap up anything and everything related to the afternoon co-host, but even they were largely unimpressed with this effort. Frankly, we're consistently impressed that radio outlets can sell something like this to a major brand…but selling a dedicated website banner is beyond their capabilities.

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In an unfortunate way, Mizzou is a fairly notable school when it comes to the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers have earned the prestigious title of “most tournament appearances without making a Final Four”, and can also stand toe-to-toe with most others when it comes to suffering brutal tournament losses.  Mizzou has experienced many variations of depressing tournament [...]

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As annoying as it tends to be these days, there once was a time when thousands of fans in a stadium standing in metachronal rhythm was really hip.  It became known as simply The Wave, and it promised to be the climax of any trip to an otherwise mundane live sporting event. Since then many [...]

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We chat with 101 ESPN's Zach McCrite about the St. Louis media and listen to exclusive audio inside the brainstorming of the new radio statio in town, 1380 "THE WOMAN".

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Moving forward, 590 AM will be known as "THE MAN" and 1380 AM will be known as "THE WOMAN". Can you imagine radio guys pondering over a radio lineup on 1380 "THE WOMAN"? Thankfully, we obtained EXCLUSIVE audio from their brainstorming session.

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Last fall, Keith Hernandez shaved his mustache for charity, an act that prompted the Joe’s resident doctor, Aaron Perlut, to claim that the Cardinals’ 1979 Co-MVP had become some sort of living zombie, or android. At the time, Hernandez pledged to stay follicle-free through the duration of the baseball season, saying he would use the [...]

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Kevin Kaduk jumped aboard Yahoo!’s “Big League Stew” blog in 2008 where he served as a lead columnist and editor.  Recently, he was promoted as the head honcho of all Yahoo! Sports Blogs.  That’s like one step away from editor of the entire Internet.  He’s been a friend of the Joe for sometime, even in [...]

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Arguably, crime in our metro area can't get any worse. So St. Louis Cardinals fans have resorted knocking off people in other cities. Well, kinda.

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For as much as the Arkansas faithful refuse to concede that Mizzou has emerged as a natural rival in basketball, they are far less stubborn when it comes to firing off shots on their favorite message board, Hogville.net.  For every 1 unfortunate soul that is crushed when they find out they have not stumbled onto an obese fetish dating [...]

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