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Daily Bernie: Jan. 17 – Is Wong Ready for the Spotlight?; Patriots Vulnerable Going Forward?

Kolten Wong is one of, if not the biggest story of the Cardinals offseason, and not for particularly good reasons. Regardless, a large spring training spotlight will be on Wong and it’s up to him to show he’s deserving of the second base spot he lost last season. Bernie covers this topic and others from the weekend’s Cardinals Care Winter ...

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Daily Bernie: Jan. 13 – Wainwright Praises 2017 Rotation; Can Chiefs Win it All With Smith?

Pitchers and catchers will report before you know it so why not talk the upcoming season with Adam Wainwright? Bernie does just that to close out the week and Waino shares his excitement at the younger Cards starters coming up behind him. Your host also covers this weekend’s NFL matchups top to bottom and looks at the questions currently facing ...

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Sad: Post-Kroenke Hatred Is Damaging Effort to Bring the MLS to St. Louis

A year later after the local NFL team moved to Los Angeles, here’s my biggest concern about the post-Rams sporting life in St. Louis: the mission to secure an Major League Soccer franchise has been damaged by the lingering bitterness and resentment over the Rams’ relocation. The idea of using public money to defray the cost of the proposed stadium ...

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Daily Bernie: Jan. 12 – Listener Reactions to One Year Without the NFL; Blues Mess Different From Last Season

The Rams relocation will fade more and more into the background each year, but it’s still relatively fresh after the first 365 days. How are you coping? Bernie devotes much of Thursday’s program to this question and plays listener voicemails throughout. Your host also devotes time to whether the NFL screwjob has soured local and state desire for an MLS ...

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One Year Ago Today, the NFL Approved the Rams’ Move to LA. Twelve Months Later, How Are You Feeling?

A year ago today, Jan. 12, the NFL owners voted to approve the Rams’ relocation from St. Louis to Los Angeles. A corrupt process was rigged through the final hours, when the normal rules and protocol were changed to allow the owners to vote anonymously as part of a successful ploy to pick up votes for Rams owner Stan Kroenke. ...

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Daily Bernie: Jan. 11 – La Russa on Bouncing Back After a Down Year; MLS Stadium Hits a Snag

His career didn’t have many down years, but who better than Tony La Russa to talk about bouncing back after one? The Hall of Famer does just that on Wednesday’s Bernie Show and also touches on catching the Cubs and his friendship with Bill Belichick. And the effort to build a midtown MLS stadium has effectively stalled according to local ...

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Daily Bernie: Jan. 10 – Sheehan Discusses the ‘Matheny Factor;’ Backes to Make STL Return

Mike Matheny may be St. Louis’ most polarizing figure who isn’t a politician. Such is the life of a baseball manager in a baseball-crazy city. The skipper’s track record is a subject of chatter on Tuesday’s Bernie Miklasz Show, as your host debates with Sports Illustrated’s Joe Sheehan on if Matheny will cost the club wins in 2017. And STL ...

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Daily Bernie: Jan. 9 – Stastny’s Solid Saturday; Is Alabama’s Domination Hurting College Football?

College football’s National Championship is at center of the sports world today, and we could be in for a classic repeat matchup between Alabama and Clemson. Bernie hits the game from all angles today and welcomes Charles Davis and Dan Wolken, who joins to discuss whether the Crimson Tide’s constant success is hurting the college game as a whole. Executive ...

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NFL Playoff Observations: Rodgers’ Masterpiece, Beckham’s Butterfingers, Better Games Ahead

It wasn’t a great start for the NFL. Three of this weekend’s four games were unwatchable and the fourth, the Giants-Packers matchup, could have been turned off following Green Bay’s final touchdown at 5:48 remaining in the fourth quarter. This lackluster postseason start will inevitably lead to a conversation about sagging ratings, Roger Goodell’s horrendous decision-making, and the general demise ...

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