Sundays 6 – 7 p.m.
Kevin Wheeler gives a tease of a conversation Mike Cliaborne had with Willie McGee & Ozzie Smith, reviews the NHL Trade Deadline with Jeremy Rutherford, and catches up with Cardinals hitting coach Mark McGwire.
The Blues have over a week off due to the All-Star break, so we hear from Doug Armstrong, Jeremy Rutherford & Dan O’Neill. Baseball free agency continues as Spring Training nears, plus Kerber and Drummond call some people out in ‘You Blew It’.
Ron Jacober talks Blues hockey with Jeremy Rutherford plus remembers Jerry Clinton.
Join Scott and Mike on The Sports Hub. First guest on the line-up is Jim Thomas, sportswriter from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Jim joins The Sports Hub to talk everything NFL, especially what’s going on in the Rams’ organization. Another St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports’ writer, Jeremy Rutherford, talks to Scott and Mike about the St. Louis Blues. The NHL has stepped in with the sale of the Blues. Listen in to “You Blew It!” If someone screwed up, the boys point it out.
Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch has been covering the slow process of the St. Louis Blues being sold over the past year. He talks with Scott Warmann about what took place plus what can be expected in the near future.
Sports Open Line starts off with CBS Sports radio host, Tim Brando. Kevin and Tim talk about the upcoming Bowl games in college football. If there’s anyone who knows anything about college football, it’s Mr. Brando. Just can’t get enough college football? Senior national college football writer for Rivals.com, Tom Dienhart, joins the show. Which bowl-game should you be paying attention too? To close out Sports Open Line, St. Louis Post Dispatch sports’ writer, Jeremy Rutherford, talks Blues’ hockey.
Sundays 6 – 6:30 p.m.
Jeremy Rutherford of the Post-Dispatch gives us an update on the Blues ownership situation. Rob Neyer of SBNation.com helps wrap up the Major League Baseball season.
The St. Louis Cardinals tie the Phillies in the NLDS at 2-2. David Freese came through big, with a 2-run homerun, that gave the Cardinals enough leverage to grab the win. It all comes down to game 5, Halladay against Carpenter.