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Formerly the Cardinals future closer, Chris Perez has become one of the best in baseball at getting the final three outs. In town with the Cleveland Indians, Sports Open Line host Kevin Wheeler had an opportunity to speak with the All-Star pitcher.
Nancy Fahey, the award-winning coach of the Washington University women’s basketball team is now a member of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame. Ron Jacober had the opportunity to speak with her on the broadcast as Coach Fahey was inducted into the in Knoxville, Tennessee over the weekend.
Pro Football Hall of Fame running back Marshall Faulk hosted the Lumiere Place Golf Classic over the weekend. Taking place at the Stonewolf Golf Club through Monday, the tournament benefits the Marshall Faulk Foundation, an organization that has been dedicated to building brighter futures for today’s underprivileged youth since 1994. KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman talked with the 2000 NFL MVP.
How much was taken away from the Belmont Stakes since Triple Crown hopeful I’ll Have Another was scratched a day before the race? Ron Jacober caught up with old college classmate Bill Christine, a long-time horse racing insider based in California.
Joe Kelly makes his Major League debut for the Cardinals on Sunday afternoon against the Cleveland Indians in a rubber match game. GM John Mozeliak joined Ron Jacober to talk about Kelly, the overly-used disabled list, Shelby Miller’s season and more in their weekly chat.
Fans will certainly be excited about the 2012-13 Saint Louis University Billikens after coming off a 27-win season. KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman spoke with head coach Rick Majerus about SLU’s upcoming promotions and new-look schedule.