It’s The Sports Hub with Mike Claiborne and Maurice Drummond. St. Louis is stuck in limbo, awaiting the Jeff Fisher decision. Mike and Maurice discuss the possibilities, whether for the best or worse. The first guest has to be pretty satisfied with the way the Blues have been playing, Blues’ GM Doug Armstrong joins the show. Listen into the “You Blew It” segment to found out, well, who blew it. Mike Shanahan SR joins The Sports Hub and recalls the life of former Blues’ GM, Ron Caron, who passed away Monday. Hear from former Cardinals’ manager, Tony LaRussa, as he talks to Mark Reardon about all the upcoming events for the Redbirds.
Josh Kraushaar, executive editor of the National Journal’s Hotline, assesses the state of the GOP Presidential field as it leaves New Hampshire and heads to South Carolina. Political satirist P.J. O’Rourke joins Mark to talk […]
The best sports interviews from the year. Names include Hank Aaron, Mark Messier, Marshall Faulk, David Freese, Bob Knight, Brett Hull, Tony La Russa, and many more.
Longtime Tony LaRussa first base coach gets new job after Cardinals contract expires.
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Charlie talks with STL Cardinals 2011 World Series Skipper Tony Larussa…with Mike Jones of STL County about possible park closures…and with Ron Jacober about the death of former Cardinals Power Pitcher Bob Forsch. Charlie replays his Oct. 20,2011, interview with Bob Forsch, and talks with Bestselling Author Gregory Maguire, author of the Wicked Years Series, about his final volume, “Out of Oz”. (Maguire will be at the STL County Library on Nov. 15th at 7:00 PM.)
Dave Duncan Kerbs talks to Cardinals hitting coach Dave Duncan about the teams winning season and LaRussa’s departure. Charlie Casserly Kerbs talks to former General Manager of the Washington Redskins, Charlie Casserly, on what the […]
Pete Rose Kevin talks with former MLB player and manager Pete Rose about the World Series, Albert Pujols, and Tony LaRussa’s retirement. Alex Steen Kevin talks hockey with Blues Alternate Captain and top-scorer, Alex Steen. […]
Today, Kevin feels left behind, as Tony La Russa hops the fence and gets away from St. Louis…