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

By Luke Schnake | March 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

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 …

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

By Luke Schnake | March 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

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 …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 17 – Blues Need to Keep Intensity; Your Best Bets in Today’s NCAA Action

By Luke Schnake | March 17, 2017 | 0 Comments

The hard part of the Blues remaining schedule is over, but this is no time to dial down the intensity as fans have seen them so in the past. They need to play the lowly teams just like the mighty ones. Bernie and Travis Green discuss this on Friday’s show just a night removed from …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 16 – Dissecting Mizzou’s Martin Hire; Porter Jr. On the Way Too?

By Luke Schnake | March 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Most of the dust from Mizzou’s Wednesday whirlwind has settled with Cuonzo Martin in place and possibly a future four-star recruit in Michael Porter Jr. It’s amazing what can happen within a few hours in the coaching world. Bernie welcomes both Yahoo Sports college hoops columnist Pat Forde and Post-Dispatch Mizzou beat writer Dave Matter …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 15 – Pietrangelo Playing His Season’s Best Hockey; NCAA Tourney Primer

By Luke Schnake | March 15, 2017 | 0 Comments

It’s been an up and down year for Blues captain Alex Pietrangelo, who’s been accused of not living up to his ice potential. This could be changing. Pietrangelo has played some of his best hockey and led his team by example, and he’s done this in the wake of the trade sending Kevin Shattenkirk to …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 14 – Jake Allen’s Impressive Turnaround; Crean Using Mizzou as Leverage?

By Luke Schnake | March 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

It wasn’t terribly long ago Jake Allen seemed on his last leg and fans didn’t know what to think about their team’s number one goaltender. Things have changed. Allen’s defense blocked 23 Kings shots in Monday’s 3-1 win to go with the tender’s 38 saves. Not a bad night defensively. Bernie covers some Bluuuuess hockey …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 10 – What Will We See From Lynn and Wacha?; Prospects Are Impressing

By Luke Schnake | March 10, 2017 | 1 Comment

Bernie covers everything Cardinals on Friday’s show, taking a look at Michael Wacha and Lance Lynn’s important roles and the young prospects brightening up the Birds’ future.’s Mark Saxon adds to the conversation from spring training. Other Friday guests include NFL analyst Mike Sando on NFL free agency and Big Ten Network’s Tom …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 9 – Fowler Becoming Face of the Cardinals?; Gauging Tom Crean’s Future

By Luke Schnake | March 9, 2017 | 1 Comment

Dexter Fowler’s role with the 2016 Champion Chicago Cubs was well known, as the leadoff man was told regularly by skipper Joe Maddon. It looks like Mike Matheny and John Mozeliak may be following suit. Bernie plays Mo and Matheny’s recent praise to their new center fielder on Thursday’s show and wonders whether Fowler is …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 7 – Cards’ Pen Looks Deeper Than We Thought; Martinez the Next Hazelbaker?

By Luke Schnake | March 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Cardinal Nation let out a collective grumble when Alex Reyes went down, and for good reason. Losing the fire-baller righty was a blow to the bullpen. But lost in the Reyes mourning were guys like John Gant, Sam Tuivailala and possibly, later in the season, Sandy Alcantara. The bullpen may just be better than we …

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Daily Bernie: Mar 6 – Mizzou Hoops’ Top Candidates; Lankford’s HOF Absence Is Embarassing

By Luke Schnake | March 6, 2017 | 1 Comment

Mizzou men’s basketball is at a crossroads that will likely determine its success or lack thereof for several years to come. Athletic director Jim Sterk has to land a suitable coach to turn things around. Bernie devotes plenty of time to the Tigers’ current situation to kick off the week and welcomes CBS Sports college …

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