Remembering Burwell For The Man He Was….And Is
Dec05

Remembering Burwell For The Man He Was….And Is

Journalist and television personality Bryan Burwell died on Thursday, But his impact on this young writer will more than stand the test of time.

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A Base Ball Weekend in the 1800’s
Jul28

A Base Ball Weekend in the 1800’s

American baseball has come a long way in the last 150+ years. Everything involved in the game has been changed or altered to get the baseball atmosphere that we enjoy today. Even though the concept of hitting a tiny ball and running around the bases hasn’t changed, every other detail of the game has been molded to the specific era. The game was still as competitive and exciting as it is today, and I was fortunate enough to take a trip...

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Flashback: Remembering the Silver Bullets
May10

Flashback: Remembering the Silver Bullets

The Colorado Silver Bullets, the last all-women’s professional baseball team, took the field for the first time twenty years ago.

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The St. Louis Cardinals vs. the Unknown Rookie: April 24, 2004
Apr24

The St. Louis Cardinals vs. the Unknown Rookie: April 24, 2004

The St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers would match up 10 years ago today in a game that would wind up an anomaly in Major League Baseball.

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Flopps: The 8 Bit Baseball Card
Aug19

Flopps: The 8 Bit Baseball Card

Craig Robinson is the author behind one of the best infographic style books I have ever read, Flip Flop Fly Ball. Where the book left off, the website took over.

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Yahoo: The Best Athletes In St. Louis History
Aug06

Yahoo: The Best Athletes In St. Louis History

I recently wrote a piece for Yahoo Sports naming my choices for the “10 Greatest Athletes In St. Louis Sports History”. As with any list of that nature, it can seem incomplete and open to a lot of debate among fans.

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