Hear Our Best Cardinals Interviews From 2017Enjoy some of the best laughs, stories and opinions made on the KMOX air waves during the 2017 season.
Tony La Russa is Tonight's Featured Interview on Joe Buck's 'Undeniable'The interview will also be re-played on KMOX this Friday.
Molina: 'Maybe I'm Next'In a tweet sent Tuesday morning, Molina wrote "So sad!First Tony and now Jay!!"
Tony La Russa on Dave Stewart's CommentsArizona Diamondbacks GM Dave Stewart spoke with Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic on Tuesday, regarding free agent starter James Shields.
Charlie Brennan - January 5 - Ray Hartman, Randy Kerdoon, Jim Sansone and Ron Jacober on Inglewood, CA, football stadium; Tony La Russa; Market Analyst Larry SwedroeCharlie with Ray Hartman, Randy Kerdoon on KNX/CBS Radio in Los Angeles, and Ron Jacober on rumors of Stan Kroenke plans for building a football stadium in Inglewood, CA; Tony La Russa on his Wine & Whiskers event on Jan. 16; and with Market Analyst Larry Swedroe on lessons learned from the 2014 market outcome.
Cardinals to Induct First Hall of Fame Class During Ceremony on Saturday2014 Class of Edmonds, Marion, McGee, and Shannon will be enshrined during ceremony at FOX Sports Midwest Live! at 10:30 a.m.
Sports Open Line: Nate Latsch & Tom Ackerman
Hancock & Kelley - Friday, July 25th - KC Councilman John Sharp; Mo. State Rep. Rick Brattin; Judge Ann Callis; Andy Thorpe and Kim NazarukJohn and Michael with Kansas City Councilman John Sharp; with Mo. State Rep. Rick Brattin; with Judge Ann Callis; and with Andy Thorp and Kim Nazaruk of Miriam School.
6 Newest Members Of The National Baseball Hall Of FameTaking place in Cooperstown, NY, six baseball players/managers will be inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame. The official induction ceremony will take place Sunday, July 27th.
The Sports Hub: Joe Buck with Tom Ackerman on Tony La Russa
La Russa, Torre, Cox Elected to Baseball Hall of FameTwo former Cardinals managers will go into Cooperstown with the Class of 2014.
Mark Reardon: How Safe Is St. Louis?A new video just released by four regional civic organizations calls out misleading crime rankings and says crime in the City of St. Louis continues to decrease. They say crime has actually decreased by 46% since 2006. Melissa Kelley is with the Downtown Partnership.
The Sports Hub: Ryan Fagan, Jordan Schultz & Paul BessireLet the football madness begin!!
CBS Sports: Tony La Russa Uses Hairspray
CBS Sports: Quiet Cooperstown on Hall of Fame Weekend 'kind of sad'