The state’s top basketball prospect has reopened his recruiting after getting cold feet with Louisville. I talk about how important this get is for Cuonzo Martin and the future of Mizzou basketball. Cuonzo has to get today’s in-home visit with Courtney Ramey right, before Louisville and Texas get their chance.
Clueless Claire should stop tweeting about Mizzou.
Barry Odom’s hot takes from Saturday’s scrimmage.
A bonus Bobblehead for our “Beat the Schmuck” bracket challenge winner.
Baseball, baseball, baseball.
A controversial story. A registered sex offender is pitching against Missouri State this weekend. I’ll share the story of the Oregon State pitcher and his family. An allegation and admittance of guilt have ripped a family apart.
Our baseball expert Jeff Wilder. Some interesting facts about the Cleveland Indians, Giancarlo and Judge and he called Yadi a “diva,” for the way the Cardinals catcher reacted to Arizona manager Torey Lovullo…what? Give a listen and he’ll explain. He actually brings up a good point.
Drew Lock likes the new offense for the Missouri Tigers. Not only is it going to help him chase his NFL dreams, but he thinks it’s going to help win a lot of games this season. There are some new wrinkles. Drew tells me a little bit about it.
Michael O’Brien, who covers high school sports for the Chicago Sun-Times, said new Mizzou basketball signee Xavier Pinson has an interesting story. He says he’s going to be a good college player and is the type of player who can help the Tigers.
Plus Greg Holland of the Cardinals, Royals manager Ned Yost and more!
Former Cardinals PED abuser Mark McGwire told Jayson Stark on WatchStadium.com, that he didn’t need performance-enhancing drugs to pass Roger Maris’ single-season home run record.
Vladimir Tarasenko of the St. Louis Blues shares some great advice on detecting injuries
How does a man get a nickname? The story behind “Itch”
Unless you subscribe to the crazy sabermetric B.S. of using your best pitcher in the sixth inning of a close game, because the situation warrants it, the general rule of thumb in baseball is to bring your closer into a tie-game in the 9th inning or later…if you’re the home team. In Monday’s 5-4 loss to the Brewers, Mike Matheny followed the strategy, but using Greg Holland this soon in that type of a game situation set the new Cardinals pitcher up for failure.
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Kudos to Yadi for sticking up for himself, but punishment should be handed down by MLB for his actions.
Our final “Yeo, what’s up?” segment as the Blues fall flat late in the season and miss the playoffs.
Masters winner Patrick Reed’s parents live in Augusta but weren’t there to see him put on the Green Jacket. I’ll explain why.
I’m not ready to push the panic button on Adam Wainwright. I’m willing to give him a pass in his first start.
The Masters, a tradition like none other? Meh…my one pet peeve about that course.
Watch the bald eagle land on Mariner’s pitcher James Paxton before a game at Minnesota.
— Mariners (@Mariners) April 5, 2018
Cardinals beat the Brewers who looked completely uninterested in playing last night.
Jake Allen gave up three soft goals. He’s got to go.
Our “Beat the Schmuck” winner, Joey Nys
Masters preview (sort of)
More from the historic night in Milwaukee. Mike Matheny looking for a five-out save when these issues could have been addressed in January.
The new phrase that is kind of catching on, but is annoying enough that Augusta National says if you scream out this phrase, you will be kicked out.
Plus, hear from Mike Yeo…it’s “Yeo What’s Up?” as I preview Blues-Blackhawks