They arrived at Fenway Park this afternoon, via police escort in a pair of buses from the team hotel. Red Sox fans, halted by security as the team went by, craned their necks and snapped photos of the National League champions entering this historic ballpark on Yawkey Way.
Huh? Wha? Oh, sorry. I must have dozed off. I was having this crazy dream where all three pro teams in town won big games in one weekend. Cards, Blues, Rams, Mizzou. I know. Crazy.
Video of Jack Buck’s 9/11 poem at Busch Stadium.
ST. LOUIS (KMOX) — The odds are good that if you’re reading this, no matter who you are, you’ve probably attended more than a few sporting events in your lifetime. You’ve probably followed games on radio or […]
For the first time in a decade, all three teams in this river city have the locals buzzing.
I can still remember the first thing that crossed my mind as I was driving home the day Albert Pujols signed with the Angels. My reporting of the story complete, I left the station and prepared for my most important job: Dad.
As Father’s Day approaches, KMOX Sports Director Tom Ackerman reflects on how Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight helped him through a difficult time in his life–losing his father.
Whether you agree with him or not, I know I can count on Bobby Valentine for some fresh, honest analysis.
While Ted Bishop respects the USGA’s decision and appreciates the governing body’s willingness to listen to the PGA of America before the ruling, he is not shy about expressing his disappointment.
As Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter and his wife, Alyson, arrived at Jackson Park in Berkeley on Monday, they watched a group of local kids walk from their school to where an infield diamond, outfield fences, giant scoreboard and green grass awaited them.