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Daily Bernie: Mar 24 – Will the Cards Be 2017 NL Wild Card Frontrunners?

We’re getting closer and closer to Opening Day and we won’t know diddly-poo about the standings until things get cooking into mid-summer. But it’s okay to speculate. Bernie does just that while welcoming CBS Sports baseball scribe Dayn Perry to Friday’s program. Your host also talks Blues hockey with 101ESPN insider Jeremy Rutherford and covers Sweet 16 action with Westwood ...

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Fortune Magazine Confirms the Cubs Are the Biggest Thing Since Catholicism

It’s official. The Chicago Cubs are the hottest thing since sliced bread, remote controls and apparently Catholicism according to Fortune Magazine. Well, they didn’t use those exact words, but the publication did rank Cubs president, Theo Epstein as the worlds’s greatest leader, two slots up on Pope Francis and one above Chinese tech executive Jack Ma. (We’re not sure who he ...

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Daily Bernie: Mar 23 – Importance of C-Mart’s Opening Day Nod; Hull and Peacock Interviews

Bernie provides a stacked show with plenty baseball, hockey and hoops talk as we get set for Blues and Sweet 16 action Thursday evening. Your host reasons why Carlos Martinez’ Opening Day nod is a big deal for the young righty and also welcomes Brett Hull to talk Bluueesss hockey and what’s gone into the Note’s recent turnaround. With SC ...

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Cuonzo Martin Says Recruiting in STL Is Key to Mizzou Becoming Elite

For whatever reasons, Mizzou men’s basketball hasn’t tapped into the greater St. Louis area’s prep basketball pipeline, but Cuonzo Martin is about to change this. An East St. Louis native with connections abound on each side of the river, Martin was likely recruiting without even knowing it the second he was hired at Columbia. As the coach recently told 101ESPN, ...

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MLS Ownership Group Teams With STL Non-Profits in Lead-Up to April Stadium Vote

The SC STL ownership group is partnering with several St. Louis non-profits to unite a potential MLS expansion team with underprivileged St. Louis youth. The group has agreed to invest $5 million over the next 20 years toward youth soccer growth and is looking to hire disadvantaged youth while building the proposed $140 million stadium just west of Union Station ...

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Daily Bernie: Mar 20 – Waino Has a Rough Weekend; Putting the Blues’ Season in Perspective

Adam Wainwright had a hard time Saturday and that’s an understatement. 10 runs on seven hits and two wild pitches in 1.2 innings isn’t great. But how much do we read into this? It’s a good question and one Bernie tackles on Monday’s program, while also welcoming Jen Langosch and Doug Glanville to talk baseball just under two weeks from ...

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