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Sports Open Line: Cards Lose McClellan & Larry King

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Opening up with Three Strikes, Kevin gives a quick assessment of the Cardinals next series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, brings up the growing concerns about the Redbird’s injuries and also discusses Johnathan Vilma suing NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Following the Cardinals post game, Kevin Wheeler quickly gets reaction from reliever Kyle McClellan after he left Wednesday afternoon game in the seventh inning due to an apparent right elbow injury.

Kevin had post game reaction from manager Mike Matheny following the Cardinals’ 7-5 loss to the San Francisco Giants. Asked only question about Kyle McClellan’s potential disabled list visit, Kevin breaks down some scenarios regarding the roster because Kyle is not the only one dinged up at the moment.

KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman caught up with former NHL winger Greg “Gus” Adams, who played from 1984 to 2001 with the Vancouver Canucks, Phoenix Coyotes, New Jersey Devils, Dallas Stars & Florida Panthers. A former player for coach Ken Hitchcock and GM Doug Armstrong, he gives insight to the Western Conference Finals being dominated by the Los Angeles Kings plus gives thoughts on the St. Louis Blues’ new ownership.

Larry King, television, radio host and Los Angeles Dodgers super-fan, joined Kevin Wheeler to discuss a variety of baseball topics including the first-place Dodgers, first-place St. Louis Cardinals, Stan Musial and a whole lot more.

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