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Daily Bernie: Apr. 27 – Which Cards Position Player is Most Vulnerable?; Blues Gm. 1 Recap

This Cardinals season has been anything other than smooth sailing thus far, and while it may not be time for John Mozeliak to shakeup the roster, who’s most vulnerable when he does decide to? Bernie makes a case for Randal Grichuk on Thursday’s show and also delves into the Birds outfield’s disappointing stats thus far. Your host also welcomes Blues ...

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Daily Bernie: Apr. 26 – Are the Cards Just Not Very Good?; Armstrong Talks Blues-Preds

Is it safe or fair to beg the question: Are these Cardinals just not all that good? Was the roster not planned or put together properly? Bernie devotes time to the topic Wednesday and welcomes 101ESPN insider Jen Langosch’s input. Your host also talks tonight’s Blues-Predators series opener with Note general manager Doug Armstrong. NFL.com columnist Judy Battista rounds out ...

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Daily Bernie: Apr. 25 – Why Not These Blues!?; Cardinals’ Future Rotation Crop Looks Good

four out of five dentists are recommending the Predators will advance past the Blues in Round 2, but parity is currently abound in the NHL…So why not this Note team!? Bernie and Travis Green wonder this out loud on Tuesday’s show and analyze the Predators with radio analyst and former Blues goalie, Chris Mason. Your host also covers plenty Cardinals ...

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St. Louis’ Lawsuit Against the NFL: Seven Questions Answered

Word came down Wednesday that the city of St. Louis, St. Louis County, and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority had filed suit against the NFL and all 32 owners, alleging breach of contract, unjust enrichment, fraudulent misrepresentation and tortious interference with business expectancy. What does it mean, and what should we expect?  Here are a few questions, and ...

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Daily Bernie: Apr. 13 – Piscotty Has a Big Day for Cards; Blues Must Improve for Game 2

Bernie recaps an overall very positive Wednesday for St. Louis sports, as both the Cardinals and Blues picked up much-needed victories behind strong individual performances. Stephen Piscotty came up big in his team’s 6-1 win over Washington, logging three hits and five RBIs on the day and proving his worth at the lineup’s mid-section. Bernie breaks down the performance and ...

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St. Louis Lawsuit Against NFL Quotes Several Rams and League Officials’ Past Falsehoods

St. Louis and other regional bodies are suing the NFL and its 32 teams for damages upward of $1 billion stemming from the Rams’ 2016 relocation. The city is joining St. Louis County (sure, now they team up) and the Regional Convention and Sports Complex Authority in claiming the league violated its relocation guidelines during the drawn-out ordeal. Law firm ...

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Daily Bernie: Mar 3 – Vitale Talks SLU, Mizzou and Illini Hoops; Cards Stories to Overreact to

It’s always a good day when Dick Vitale joins your show and Bernie has the pleasure of closing down the week with the legendary analyst. It’s extra special when Dickie V offers insight to your local programs like he does on Illinois, Mizzou and SLU and he goes in depth on the Illini’s chances at an NCAA Tournament berth, Mizzou’s ...

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Daily Bernie: Mar 3 – Wainwright Asking for More Spring Starts; Armstrong Describes Blues Prospects

Adam Wainwright always wants the ball, he just apparently wants it more than usual this spring. 101ESPN insider Jen Langosch joins from Jupiter Thursday to explain why this is, along with anything else you need to know coming from Cards camp. And most recent news out of Blues-land has circled Kevin Shattenkirk’s exit and the fact the team has dropped ...

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Bernie: The 5 Worst Head Coaches in St. Louis NFL History

I do not wish to be cruel here. This is not my intention. This has been “Salute to Coaches” week on our radio station, and we’ve paid tribute to some of the finest leaders in the history of the baseball Cardinals, Blues, Rams, and football Cardinals. But if we’re going to jump into history, then let’s dive in. Why? Because ...

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