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Matheny Haters Are Searching for a Reason to Complain

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The Cardinals won again Sunday night, knocking off San Francisco 6-3 to take two of three from the Giants over the weekend. The wins weren’t notable stylistically for the Cardinals, they were run-of-the-mill, grind it out and protect-the-lead victories. We’ve become used to winning, and many of us have become quite spoiled or personally arrogant. Bernie Miklasz and I talked ...

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Should Blues Replace Hitchcock? Team’s Options are Limited.

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Update: Hitchcock has reportedly agreed to a one-year contract with the Blues. Read Bernie’s article on the deal here. The Blues season is over, ending two games short of making it to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1970.  Because of the disappointment of getting knocked out, I’m hearing some fans suggest that the Blues replace coach Ken ...

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Peralta’s Return Will Tighten Cards’ Defense, Memorial Day Should Tighten Rotation

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The Cardinals have been the definition of average, of mediocrity, just past the 2016 season’s quarter pole. They’ve played like a .500 team. Their record is 23-21. Among those 23 wins are three and four-game winning streaks against the miserable Braves, Brewers and Angels. Among the 21 losses are three and four game losing streaks to Pittsburgh and spread over ...

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Game Seven is One of the Biggest in Blues History, and One of Sports’ Best Events

HITCH'S HIGH-FLYING BLUESStalter: 'We’re to the point of expecting the Blues to hang four goals'

My fellow Blues fans are down in the dumps. The team has no momentum, fans have no confidence, and we’re heading into the best thing sports has to offer: a Stanley Cup Playoffs Game Seven. There’s nothing like it in all of sports. It’s absolutely the best, but we’re looking back at a dismal recent playoff history and thinking there’s no ...

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