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Cardinals’ Pitching Depth Remains in Question

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The Washington Nationals have scheduled a press conference Wednesday afternoon for a “major baseball announcement.” That announcement will be the signing of free agent Max Scherzer, who will join an already stacked Nationals’ rotation. That also means no birds on the bat, hometown discounts or a one-two punch of Waino and Scherzer. My radio partner Chris Duncan had it right ...

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Rams Face Potential Issues Hiring Offensive Coordinator

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Rams fans rejoiced when they heard the announcement last week that Brian Schottenheimer had been hired to become the next offensive coordinator at the University of Georgia. For the past three years, fans have complained about Schottenheimer’s play-calling so their reaction to the news was entirely predictable. But while most fans would take a headset duct-taped to a construction cone ...

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Rams Have Work Cut Out to Close Gap with Seahawks

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While conducting his post-game interview on Sunday with Steve Savard and D’Marco Farr, Jeff Fisher made a rather stirring comment in wake of his team’s loss to Seattle. Despite the fact that Pete Carroll’s team successfully wrapped up homefield advantage throughout the playoffs and his squad just concluded a 6-10 season, Fisher said that the Rams are “closing the gap” ...

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Bradford, at Right Cost, Would Benefit Rams in 2015

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There was a moment in last Thursday’s 12-6 loss to the Cardinals that further stressed the Rams’ need to find better, more consistent production at the quarterback position. Faced with a third-and-four from Arizona’s 44-yard line with just under two minutes remaining in the fourth quarter, the Rams came out in a spread formation with three receivers to Shaun Hill’s ...

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Turnovers are Inconsistent Rams’ Worst Enemy

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The reaction from fans and media members following the Rams’ gut-wrenching loss to the Chargers last Sunday is what you’d expect: Some blame Shaun Hill for his crucial interception, while others say Brian Schottenheimer should have never put his quarterback in that position in the first place. My take? Schottenheimer didn’t throw the pass. Quarterbacks have an exorbitant amount of responsibilities ...

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Have Rams Rediscovered Their Identity?

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There isn’t much left to say about the Rams’ 22-7 victory over the Broncos that hasn’t already been said. Even if you thought the Rams would live up to their reputation of playing up to their competition, you didn’t anticipate what transpired last Sunday. You couldn’t have. The Rams not only defeated the Broncos, they came within one blown defensive ...

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