Jeff Samardzija pitched eight-and-one-third innings and allowed two runs on seven hits to get the win, as the Cubs topped the Cardinals and ace Adam Wainwright 4-2 at... more
The St. Louis Cardinals signed first round draft pick Rob Kaminsky and eight other players Tuesday. The 18-year-old pitcher just finished high school in New Jersey.
Missouri head basketball coach Frank Haith has hired a new assistant to his staff. He's former Drake head coach Mark Phelps, the "St. Louis Post Dispatch" reported Tuesday.
The Cardinals and Cubs resume their four-game series from Busch Stadium tonight. Adam Wainwright takes the mound for St. Louis sporting a 10-and-3 record.
Yadier Molina was 2-for-4 with a two-run double to lead the Cardinals in a 5-2 win over the Cubs at Busch Stadium. Shelby Miller tossed five innings of two-hit ball to move to 8-and-4 for St.
Cardinals reliever Fernando Salas is expected to start his rehab assignment at Triple-A Memphis today. Salas has been on the disabled list since May 21st with shoulder inflammation.
Tuukka Rask stopped all 28 shots he faced to lead the Bruins in a 2-0 victory over the Blackhawks in Game Three of the Stanley Cup Final.
The U.S. Men's National Team faces Honduras in a World Cup Qualifier tonight from Utah.
Washington Post 218 continues to rack up the wins.
Gregg Popovich moved Manu Ginobili into the starting lineup and he answered with a vintage performance as the San Antonio Spurs smoked the Miami Heat, 114-104, in Game Five of the NBA... more
The KLPW Radio Athlete of the Week is Sophomore Lauren Gerlemann from New Haven High School.
Never talk about Sex, Religion or Politics.
Honey draws more flies than vinegar.
These adages seem to have gone by the wayside in today's world of the social-network connected.
Intolerance and groupthink are not the domain of a single party, candidate or ideology.
It's a bit of an ironic twist. Mr. Trump has banked his campaign on the argument that the establishment shouldn't be picking the nominee and expecting folks to simply fall in line to support him or her. Now, it is Mr.