Mizzou now bowl eligible after fifth win in a row
Mizzou now bowl eligible after fifth win in a row
The Missouri Tigers extended their winning streak to five games and became bowl eligible with a 45-17 win Saturday night over Vanderbilt in Nashville. Drew Lock passed for three more TDs.
Game Report: Blues 4, Canucks 3 (overtime)
Game Report: Blues 4, Canucks 3 (overtime)
Brayden Schenn scored 2:41 into overtime to give the Blues the win Saturday night in Vancouver, extending his point-scoring streak to a career-high seven games.
Locked-in Lock leads Mizzou into Nashville
Locked-in Lock leads Mizzou into Nashville
Drew Lock and the Missouri Tigers can become bowl-eligible with a win on Saturday night against Vanderbilt in Nashville, which would extend their winning streak to five consecutive games.
Game Report: Blues 4, Oilers 1
Game Report: Blues 4, Oilers 1
Brayden Schenn scored a pair of goals and assisted on another to lead the Blues over the Oilers Thursday night in Edmonton, snapping a two-game losing streak.
Cardinals announce 2018 spring training schedule
Cardinals announce 2018 spring training schedule
Cardinals pitchers and catchers will hold their first official workout on Feb. 14 in Jupiter, Fla., and the team's spring training schedule will begin on Feb. 23 and run through March 25.
Move to outfield has been big success for Mercado
Move to outfield has been big success for Mercado
Now playing well in the Arizona Fall League after changing positions, the Cardinals' Oscar Mercado has come a long way from wondering if maybe he wasn't cut out to play professional baseball.
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From the monthly archives: August 2013

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'August 2013'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Twelve rookies included on Rams final 53-man roster

The Rams trimmed their roster to 53 players on Saturday. Twelve rookies, including five who were undrafted free agents, survived the cuts and made the regular-season roster.

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Local College information by week Manage College Roundup (Non-Football): 8-30-13 to 8-7-13

Each week StLSportsPage will have this week-long "running article" which will be updated with new articles throughout the next week about what is going on with the local college teams --other than football, which has it's own tab "Local College Football 

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Game Report: Pirates 5, Cardinals 0

The Cardinals were shut out in consecutive games for the first time since last August as Francisco Liriano turned in another dominating performance to lift the Pirates back into a first-place tie in the NL Central. 

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Tigers set for season opener against FCS foe Murray State

Wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham will be one of the Missouri players to watch when the Tigers open the season Saturday night against FCS opponent Murray State. 

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Cards trade for Brewers' reliever John Axford

The Cardinals Friday acquired right-handed reliever John Axford from the Milwaukee Brewers in exchange for a player to be named later. 

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Rams hold on, beat Ravens for first preseason victory

The Rams accomplished most of their goals for the final preseason game Thursday night, including coming away with their first victory, a 24-21 decision over the Baltimore Ravens. 

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Cardinals' Siegrist, Maness enjoying great success in bullpen roles

Rookies Kevin Siegrist and Seth Maness have emerged as key setup relievers for the Cardinals. Both have had great success in August, allowing one run combined in 29 appearances. 

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High temperatures predicted in Columbia for Sat., Mizzou urges fans to take precautions

Mizzou Football opens the 2013 season vs. Murray State at home inside Memorial Stadium at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31, with projected temperatures into the upper 90s. Fans planning to attend the season-opener for the Tigers’ second campaign in the Southeastern Conference are asked to take note of several precautionary measures and guidelines from Mizzou Athletics 

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Game Report: Reds 10, Cardinals 0

Adam Wainwright endured the worst start of his career and the Reds blew out the Cardinals in the final game of the series Wednesday night at Busch Stadium.

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What to know about tonight's Rams game at Edward Jones Dome

All the information you need to know if you are going to the Rams game tonight against Baltimore at the Edward Jones Dome.

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- The Blues return home Tuesday night to face the Edmonton Oilers. They went 2-1 on their trip to western Canada last week, including a 4-1 win in Edmonton. Defenseman Jay Bouwmeester is expected to make his season debut. He has missed the first 21 games of the season because of a broken ankle.

- The Cardinals set their 40-man roster today by adding pitchers Austin Gomber and Derian Gonzalez and outfielders Oscar Mercado and Tyler O;Neill from the minor leagues. The roster is currently at 39. 


  

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