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StL SPORTS PAGE - CARDINALS
Game Report: Cardinals 4, Reds 2
The Cardinals continued their domination of the Reds on Friday night with a win at Busch Stadium, their ninth consecutive victory over the Reds dating back to last season.  >
Post-Game Cardinals Audio: Mike Matheny 4-20-18
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Game Report: Cubs 8, Cardinals 5
Luke Weaver gave up six runs before he could get six outs on Thursday as the Cardinals saw their five-game winning streak come to an end with a loss to the Cubs at Wrigley Field.  >
Nearing 1,000 games as Cardinals manager, Mike Matheny opens up about past, present, future
As he nears his 1,000th game as the manager of the Cardinals, a candid Mike Matheny talked in an exclusive interview about what he has learned about his job, its current challenges and took a look into the future.  >
Homestand Highlights: Reds and Mets coming to town April 19, 2018-April 26, 2018
After a winning road trip in Cincinnati and Chicago, the Cardinals return to Busch Stadium for their second homestand of the season.   >
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Cubs 3
Matt Carpenter drove in three runs with his first two hits this season with a runner in scoring position to lead the Cardinals over the Cubs Tuesday night at a cold Wrigley Field, extending their winning streak to five games.  >
Game Report: Cardinals 3, Reds 2
On the day when Major League Baseball annually honors the legacy of Jackie Robinson, the Cardinals on Sunday completed their first four-game sweep in Cincinnati since 1949, when Robinson was in his third year in Brooklyn.  >
Game Report: Cardinals 6, Reds 1
Greg Garcia hit two home runs for the first time in his major-league career, his first homers off a left-handed pitcher, to lead the Cardinals to their third win in a row Saturday in Cincinnati.  >
Game Report: Cardinals 5, Reds 3
Yadier Molina hit his fifth homer of the season, the 14th of his career at Great American Ballpark, and drove in three runs on Friday night to lead the Cardinals over the Reds in Cincinnati. >
Lots of people stepping up to the plate for St. Charles select-team catcher hit in face by line-drive
A 13-year old St. Charles baseball player who is in extreme pain after suffering a serious injury at baseball practice, is thankful to be at home and recovering. >
StL SPORTS PAGE - SPORTS MED.
Osteoporosis: Is there any way to improve bone density?
It is said that nearly 10 million people in America suffer from osteoporosis and 80 percent of those are women. I am one of them. >
Breast Cancer: My Sacred Journey
When I was diagnosed with breast cancer in December 2010, it felt like a terrible cosmic joke. On one level I was embarrassed, having spoken to cancer support groups for years on “Vibrational Awareness and The Healing Power of Music;” how could I “walk my talk” about energy alignment if I had cancer? >
The Sad Goodbye: Putting Your Pet to Sleep
If you are searching the internet and came up with this article, we'd like to extend our love and prayers to you. It's a very tough time when we have to make a decision concerning our pet. Our pets are family and we want to do right by them >
Pediatric Cancer: Our Story of Faith and Healing
I will never forget the feeling I felt seeing the nurse practitioner coming down the hall at Children’s Hospital with tears streaming down her face. I looked to my husband and said "this cannot be happening."  >
Survivor of Suicide: You Can Live A Great Life, It Just Takes Time
Suicide. It’s a hard word to write and a hard word to say. Some people would rather say “took their life” others opt for the more hurtful “killed themself.” Any way you say it, it changes the lives of those left behind. >
Type 1 Diabetes: You Can Live A Successful Life-- She does
February 6th, 2008 is a day I will never forget. But before we get there, let me begin by talking about the weeks leading up to this day. I was 14 years old and a star volleyball player with a very positive attitude. >
Alcohol and Drugs: One woman's struggle to save herself and help others
Do you know someone who is struggling with drugs or alcohol? Here is the true story of how Holly Ash changed her life and she offers hope that anyone can do it. >
When a child with pediatric cancer has complications and faces life with special needs
The day my three-year old son was diagnosed with leukemia was a day that changed my life forever. My son Ethan was one month shy of his third birthday and getting the diagnosis that we got was devastating. Little did I know how that one diagnosis would compound into so much more. >
When a Loved One Has Alzheimer's
My mother had Alzheimer’s. It began with little strokes called TIAs where she would have numbness and tingling down one side of her body. She didn’t realize what they were.  >
Finding Help for Alzheimer's Disease and Memory Loss in STL
Until it hits you personally you don’t feel the magnitude of what memory loss can do to a person and then subsequently to a family. It can literally devastate a family and change their lives. >
StL SPORTS PAGE - BLUES
Multiple questions, possible trades facing Blues as off-season begins
There are multiple questions and trade possibilities facing the Blues as a long off-season begins, mostly concerning how the team can solve its need to create more secondary scoring.    >
Sitting at home as NHL playoffs begin is tough for Blues to accept
After the Blues failed to make the playoffs for the first time in seven years, GM Doug Armstrong and coach Mike Yeo said Tuesday they already have began analyzing what went wrong this year and look ahead to next season...
Blues season comes to disappointing end with loss in Colorado
The Blues season came to an end Saturday night in Colorado with a 5-2 loss to the Avalanche in the final game of the regular season which knocked them out of a playoff spot.   >
Game Report: Blues 4, Blackhawks 1
It will be a one-game showdown in the final game of the regular season Saturday night in Denver to determine if the Blues or Colorado Avalanche will advance to the playoffs. >
Blues Audio: Mike Yeo, Jake Allen, Kyle Brodziak 4-4-18
The Blues lost to the Blackhawks Wednesday night at Scottrade. Click on the audio player below to hear the interviews. >
Blues playoff chances suffer blow with loss to Capitals; game report and post-game Mike Yeo interview
A bad stretch early in the second period could come back to haunt the Blues, who gave up three goals in just over seven minutes en route to a 4-2 loss to the Capitals that kept the Blues outside of a playoff spot...
Game Report: Golden Knights 4, Blues 3 (overtime)
The Blues earned a point which kept them in a playoff spot on Friday night but saw their six-game winning streak snapped when the Golden Knights scored 22 seconds into overtime.  >
Tarasenko's second goal gives Blues overtime win over Sharks
Vladimir Tarasenko's goal in overtime gave the Blues a 3-2 win over San Jose Tuesday night at Scottrade Center, extending their winning streak to six games moving them into the top wild card playoff spot in the West with six games to play...
StL SPORTS PAGE - COLLEGE
SLU Baseball turns season around, sets winning-streak record
To call it a turnaround may be an understatement for Saint Louis University Baseball. After beginning the season just 1-7, the Billikens have put together 14 consecutive wins after a 10-0 victory over Saint Joseph’s on Sunday.   >
Join our Bracket Challenge for a Chance at a Cardinals Fans Grand Prize
Time to get into the STLSportsPage.com Bracket Challenge for a chance to win great prizes. We use the CBS Sports brackets. Here's the link for our pool:  http://robrains.mayhem.cbssports.com/e?ttag=BPM18_cpy_invite_returning >
March Madness: Time to join STLSportsPage's Bracket Challenge
Time to get into the STLSportsPage.com Bracket Challenge! >
Drew Lock announces he will return to Mizzou for senior season
Junior quarterback Drew Lock announced on Tuesday that he will return to Missouri for his senior season instead of declaring early for the NFL draft.  >
Long layoff hurts Mizzou as Tigers fall to Texas in Texas Bowl
The Missouri Tigers saw their six-game winning streak come to an end Wednesday night with a 33-16 loss to Texas in the Texas Bowl in Houston. The Tigers fell behind 21-7 in the first half and could not overcome the deficit.  >
Drew Lock hopes to cap big year with Texas Bowl win for Tigers
Quarterback Drew Lock led Missouri to wins in the last six games in the regular season and looks to cap off a historic season in the Tigers' matchup against Texas in Wednesday night's Texas Bowl.  >
Mizzou signs 16 football players, including one from St. Louis-Area
The Missouri Tigers signed 16 high school or junior college players to national letters of intent on Wedmesday, only one of whom is from the St. Louis=area. >
Missouri coach Barry Odom agrees to two-year contract extension
The University of Missouri announced on Saturday that football coach Barry Odom had agreed to a two-year contract extension through the 2023 season.  >
Missouri accepts bid to meet Texas in Texas Bowl in Houston
The Missouri Tigers will face former Big 12 opponent Texas in the Texas Bowl in Houston, the school announced on Sunday. The game will be on Dec. 27.  >
Lock sets Missouri, SEC records in leading Tigers over Arkansas
Drew Lock passed for five touchdowns Friday in leading Missouri to a 48-45 win over Arkansas. its sixth consecutive win, and setting single-season school and SEC records for touchdown passes in a season.  >
StL SPORTS PAGE - OTHER
Circus Flora Returns-- in new location in Grand Center
Some athletes compete in stadiums and ballparks while others are found on tracks and playing fields. Some athletes can be found under a big top tent flying from trapezes, balancing on high wires and somersaulting through the air. >
Mo, Cherry Blossom Festival has something for all- you've got to read this to see all the stars coming
Want the opportunity to have tea with "Mrs. C"-- Marian Cunningham from "Happy Days?" Get up close and personal with television stars, descendants of presidents, authors and others at the Missouri Cherry Blossom Festival in Marshfield, Mo.  >
Grand Center to be the site of 21st Annual National Dance Week April 28th
The 21st annual National Dance Week St. Louis is set to kick off on Saturday, April 28th, at Grand Center, the Heart of the Arts and Entertainment District, located at Washington and Grand. The FREE outdoor event will run from 12:00pm - 5:00pm. >
Missouri has entry in Supercross Motorcycle Racing Championships Coming Soon to STL
Vince Friese of Cape Girardeau, Mo. is one of the riders in the   2018 Monster Energy Supercross race in St. Louis. >
For O'Fallon native Josh Sargent, soccer is all in the family
Josh Sargent, an 18-year-old native of O'Fallon, Mo., is now playing soccer professionally in Germany, continuing his family's long tradition in the sport. >
Tickets on sale for Monster Jam St. Louis
Tickets for Monster Jam® St. Louis are on sale now.  Monster Jam is a fan favorite event in the St. Louis market with exciting action at the Dome at America's Center. >
Jackie Joyner-Kersee, Bob Costas involved in Sports Commission's plan to create Olympic presence in STL
The St. Louis Sports Commission unveiled its plans today to raise the profile and impact of its region’s involvement in the Olympic Movement.  >
Deanne Lane, Al Wiman among those to be inducted into St. Louis Media History Hall of Fame
The St. Louis Media History Foundation has announced their Hall of Fame members to be inducted at a gala on Saturday, March 17, at St. Louis City Center hotel, 400 South 14th Street, in downtown St. Louis. The public is invited. >
College First Team All-Americans and National Champions to be Honored by Mo. HOF
The Missouri Sports HOF Class of 2018 includes former Cardinals closer Lee Smith, former Football Cardinals fullback Jim Otis, Mizzou and NFL star Howard Richards.  Now they have announced the honoring of top area college athletes. >
Jim Otis, Howard Richards, Lee Smith headline Mo. Sports HOF Ceremony Jan. 28, 2018
Former St. Louis Cardinals (football) running back Jim Otis joins Howard Richards and Lee Smith to headline the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s 2018 Induction Ceremonies, set for Sunday, January 28 in Springfield, Missouri. Former St. Louis Cardinals (football) running back Jim Otis joins Howard Richards and Lee Smith to headline the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame’s 2018 Induction Ceremonies, set for Sunday, January 28 in Springfield, Missouri >
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