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Six Factors to Consider as NFL Meets on Los Angeles Relocation

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As NFL owners prepare to convene outside of Chicago on Tuesday to learn about and discuss possible league relocation to Los Angeles, there’s much to digest in trying to figure out what’s happening. 1) The suit filed by the St. Louis Regional Convention and Sports Authority The recent ruling invalidating the requirement for a vote by city residents went in the RSA’s ...

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Mozeliak’s Trade Deadline Moves Help Make the Cardinals World Series Favorites

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The Cardinals finished off their 12-of-14 at home, post All-Star break stretch with an 8-4 record at Busch and a 10-4 mark overall, good for a .714 winning percentage. During the stretch, GM John Mozeliak reconfigured the roster with the additions of first baseman/outfielder Brandon Moss and relievers Steve Cishek and Jonathon Broxton. Moss will hopefully be the bat Cardinal fans were ...

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Reasons to Support MLS in St. Louis (Even if You Don’t Like Soccer)

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While many sports observers look at a new downtown, north riverfront stadium as a means of keeping the NFL’s St. Louis Rams, there’s another major aspect to building a facility…getting a franchise in Major League Soccer. MLS was a key topic when Dave Peacock and Governor Jay Nixon’s task force unveiled plans for the new stadium, and it’s still a key ...

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Five Players Who Could Make Sense for the Cardinals

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Major League Baseball’s trade deadline is on July 31st, and if there’s one thing we re-learned in the recent series versus the Mets, it’s that the Cardinals need one more bat to reinforce themselves for the stretch run. St. Louis’ starting pitching should be fine, especially with the impending return of Jaime Garcia later this week and Marco Gonzales at the end of ...

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Losing Oshie Isn’t Enough. The Blues Need More Core Changes to Compete.

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After the Blues fell in the first round of the playoffs to a less talented Minnesota Wild team, General Manager Doug Armstrong made it clear he wanted to make changes to his roster, but didn’t want to simply trade a good Blues player for a draft pick. If they were going to make a deal, they weren’t planning to experience a regression ...

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