Umpire Writes a Letter To Softball Teams For 'Above And Beyond' SportsmanshipThe Webster Groves and Northwest softball teams figured it was just another game played the way they always do, but Brad Hinson says it was like nothing he'd seen.
5 Best Things About This Weekend's MLB Little League ClassicThe park only holds about 2,500 fans, and it will host Sunday Night Baseball in the middle of a NL Central pennant race.
PGA Official Checks on Bellerive Before ChampionshipThe chief championships officer for golf's governing body is in town to inspect Bellerive County Club.
St. Louis Hosts America's Most Prestigious All-Girls Chess TournamentYou'd be this intense too if you were playing for a prize worth more than $100,000.
O'Fallon Sports Park Already a Home RunThey aren't even finished yet but the expansion of the sports park in OFallon, Illinois is already paying dividends.
World's Largest Blind Baseball Tournament Hosted in St. LouisIt's the 11th annual MindsEye Ultimate Beepball Tournament, which has become the largest Beepball tournament in the world.
This Weekend Busch Stadium Will Be a 1-Hole Golf CourseAfter the Jim Butler's Charity Golf Tournament, benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater St. Louis, attendees will head to Busch Stadium for hole No. 19.
IHSA Forced to Reschedule Bass Fishing Tournament Due to High WaterThis year marks the third year that the Illinois High School Association is having to delay its state bass fishing tournament due to high water levels on Carlyle Lake.
Masters: Long, Tearful Road to a Major Victory For Sergio GarciaWatch the perfect view of Sergio Garcia making his putt to win The Masters, surrounded by the massive crowd at 18.
Wichita State Leaving Missouri Valley for AAC on July 1The American Athletic Conference voted to extend an invitation to Wichita State to join the league.
UPDATE: Dustin Johnson Withdraws From Masters With Back InjuryThe world's No. 1-ranked golfer took a "serious" fall down the staircase & injured his lower back late Wednesday afternoon.
Steakhouse Promises $1 Million in Free Steaks if Northern Kentucky Beats KentuckyJeff Ruby's Steakhouse will offer all 15,000 NKU students a free steak dinner if the No. 15 seed Norse are able to beat the No. 2 seed Kentucky Wildcats.

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