Mark McGwire Makes “Most Disliked People In Sports” List

Forbes surveyed people 13 and older and the group of respondents included active sports figures. McGwire was smacked with a 48% dislike rating.

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Blues Are *Really* Excited To Have Halak

Perhaps it’s their savvy marketing department preying upon the knowledge that Blues fans haven’t had a truly dominant keeper to cheer for since Curtis Joseph or perhaps it’s genuine excitement, either way its safe to say that the Blues are seriously pumped to have Jaroslav Halak on board.

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Caesar’s Salad: A Media Views Recap

An nontraditional recap of Dan Caesar’s wildly-popular “Media Views” column from Friday’s Post-Dispatch.

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Vuvuzelas and STLToday.com: Why Not?

Vuvuzelas and waiting for STLToday.com to load; the perfect mix for local masochists.

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Dan Caesar Loves Big Words and Tim McKernan

The recent moves across the St. Louis sports radio dial have Post-Dispatch media observer Dan Caesar more excited than FOX2′s Dave Murray during a hailstorm.

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Episode 10: The One with Rex Hudler

Among the obscure, yet necessary St. Louis sports references from Episode 10: Tony La Russa, Taylor Twellman, Stubby Clapp, Bo Hart, Placido Polanco, Dave McKay, Jeff Suppan, Jack Bauer and Screech Powers.

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BR8KING NEWZ: Al Hrabosky Criticizes Brendan Ryan’s Mustache For Lack of Hustle

Fox Sports Midwest broadcaster Al Hrabosky finds himself in an altercation regarding the lack of hustle from Brendan Ryan’s mustache.

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One More Reason for St. Louis Hockey Fans to Hate Chicago…

St. Louis hockey fans are not fond of the Chicago Blackhawks. Well, here’s a little more salt for the wound…

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Even St. Louis Hobos Aren’t Particularly Fond of the Cardinals Signing Jeff Suppan…

This guy got the last dollar bill I had on me. Frankly, he deserved it.

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Suppan Latest New/Old Addition

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Suppan Latest New/Old Addition

Just a week after they activated Aaron Miles, the Cardinals continued their efforts to relive 2006 by bringing back recently released Jeff Suppan, arguably the worst starting pitcher in baseball over the past four years.

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