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The 2020 season is upon us, and the St. Louis Cardinals are looking for World Series Championship number 12. Tune in daily for news, reactions and analysis on the Locked On Cardinals Podcast. Host and Cardinals mega-fan Lucas Smith (@ljfastball) gives his take on how the Cardinals can recapture the NL Central Division Title. Part of the Locked on Podcast Network.
 
Two avid sports fans, one from St. Louis and one from Chicago, discuss their love of the Cardinals and the Cubs, respectively. The Up the Middle Podcast is two guys who have zero ties to professional sports, but talk like they do, and sit down every once in a while and record stuff. Enjoy.
 
A podcast to help you keep up with the St. Louis region’s news. Every weekday you can get informed about what’s going on in the area. In about 8 to 10 minutes you can learn about the top stories of the day, while also hearing longer stories that explore issues in context or that introduce you to new ideas and people that make the St. Louis area special. Music by Ryan McNeely of Adult Fur.
 
This podcast addresses all kinds of sports but especially college sports with a focus on the University of Kentucky and University of Louisville basketball and football, Arizona Cardinals football, and St. Louis Cardinals baseball. Did I mention Dr. Overbey doesn't use notes or have a computer there to access the internet?
 
Hosted Ravioli is a St. Louis-themed podcast hosted by Benjamin Hochman, a columnist for The St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Hochman interviews fun and fascinating staples of St. Louis, from celebrities to local cult heroes, such as people from famous TV commercials, news media, sports or pop culture. The show will also discuss and debate some of St. Louis’ most “St. Louis” topics, from the best pizza or gooey butter cake or barbecue, to what is the best Cardinals’ walk-up song and best Nelly song ...
 
Interviews, stories & discussion primarily with baseball folks, but also entertainers, authors and beyond, with a slight St. Louis slant. This podcast is interview based, with a heavy emphasis on storytelling by our guests. The title is derived from both the baseball world, but also entertainment, as everyone has a "pitch". I post these on youtube.com/stweekly as well and would love you to subscribe over there too as I post frequently fun video from the past, and try to entertain in the pres ...
 
After the Buzzer is a smart, probative podcast dedicated to discussing issues that impact sports or that sports impacts. We discuss topics beyond the score, beyond the winners and losers, beyond who gets hired and fired. We talk about the how’s, the why's, the when’s, and the because’s.
 
Muneesh Jain and Anthony Rapp are joined by baseball fans to chat about the game and teams they love. Muneesh is a lifelong fan of the Detroit Tigers. Anthony is a die hard Cubs fan. Together they want to learn more about the rabid fandom that exists within the 28 other MLB franchises. Notable guests from all walks of life will let us all in to the special connections they have to their home town team. For more, please visit clubhousepodcast.com. The Clubhouse is recorded at the Bergino Base ...
 
bluPixel Studio…..What the hell are we? Well, we are a studio that has many interests and ideas. Whether it be app development, photography, coding for the web, content creation, video games, we dabble into it all. This little site will be a repository of our content, our ideas, our craziness. We hope this will eventually be a place you will come to enjoy as we get this company off the ground. Thanks for visiting!!!
 
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San Diegans know the Padres. But in a season where we only saw teams from the West, the Cardinals are a bit of an unknown. We went to KSDK sports anchor Frank Cusumano, who's covered the Redbirds for nearly 3 decades, for a look behind enemy lines at what St. Louis will bring to Petco Park for the playoffs.…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals are heading back to the postseason for the second consecutive year following a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers. This is a remarkable feat for the Cardinals, taking into account the originally shortened schedule and the extra complications with an internal COVID break out, forcing another 17-day-delay within the season. Lu…
 
Yadi collects hit number 2,000 as the Cardinals continue their playoff run in what has been a strange season, to say the least. About the show: Website: Two Birds on a Bat Facebook: Two Birds on a Bat Twitter: @birdsonabatshow Email questions or comments to the show: info@twobirdsonabat.com Get Two Birds on a Bat on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, P…
 
09/26/20: Bayview Shade and Blind Post Game Show - Ramie Makhlouf fills in for Tim Allen and looks at the Brewers' 3-0 win in St. Louis and does his best to get you all the possible playoff scenarios as we near the end of the 2020 season. Do the Brewers have some of that Craigtember magic left in them? See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for priva…
 
Cardinal catcher Yadier Molina collected his 2,000th hit last night, and St. Louis beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-2. It was a big win for the Redbirds as they try and find some sort of consistency down the stretch heading into October. Beyond Dylan Carlson, no Cardinal recorded an extra base hit and they continued to struggle with RISP, gathering one…
 
How are the Padres looking with less than a week to go before the playoffs arrive? MLB.com's Mike Petriello shares his outlook on the team heading into a strange postseason. How concerned should fans be if Mike Clevinger can't pitch? He also discusses potential matchups, and the impact a quirky season and unique Wild Card series could have. The guy…
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have tripped, stumbled and fallen into the final weekend of the season. St. Louis dropped two of three against the Royals, and end the road trip at 7-6. This offense isn't getting it done, despite flashes of success sprinkled in throughout the season. Carlos Martinez's start could've been his last as a Cardinal, as he is jus…
 
This week, the Blogfather himself, Daniel Shoptaw, joins Alex to talk teams of the past, the team of the present, and how they stack up against the competition in a playoff push. And then, Alex kicks off a different challenge - dueling Chirps of the Week!Leave us a voicemail! www.speakpipe.com/birdsontheblackFollow Daniel on Twitter: @C70Follow Ale…
 
Behind the arm of Austin Gomber and the bat of Dylan Carlson the St. Louis beat the Kansas City Royals 5-0. Gomber went six shutout innings and Carlson went 3-4, just a home run away from the cycle. If Carlson gets going, watch out because that could be a big boost to the Cardinal offense. St. Louis is now the 5th seed in the NL, slated to play the…
 
The Cardinals find themselves in a position to control their own destiny when it comes to the playoffs. Just win baby win!! About the show: Website: Two Birds on a Bat Facebook: Two Birds on a Bat Twitter: @birdsonabatshow Email questions or comments to the show: info@twobirdsonabat.com Get Two Birds on a Bat on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Podbe…
 
It's no secret the Cardinals have a weak offense, but the last week that fact has been more apparent than usual. Another night came where the Cardinals had only one extra base hit, and they are still struggling with Runners in Scoring Position. Lucas breaks down Adam Wainwright's start, the rare ineffectiveness of Giovanny Gallegos and how the Roya…
 
Exactly one year ago we did our first emergency podcast because the Padres fired Andy Green. Fast forward 12 months and the Padres are here, and they're the real deal. After 14 years away, San Diego gets to enjoy playoff baseball - and fans get to bask in their team's long-awaited return. Derek and Darnay discuss their dramatic turnaround, and the …
 
The St. Louis Cardinals have won four games in a row and improved their playoff chances. While there are still room for improvements, winning four of five over the Pirates is a huge momentum boost heading into the final week of the season. Lucas gives his take on the series, shares some news and notes on the team and previews the upcoming series ag…
 
The Bayview Shade & Blind Postgame Show - Tim Allen recaps Saturday's win against the Royals. Our Milwaukee Baseball Insider Adam McCalvy also joins the show to recap tonight's win and Corbin Burnes' season. Plus, we hear from Burnes and Brewers manager Craig Counsell. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.…
 
"We're going to play a 60-game season and never be the team we thought we were," says John Mozeliak, Cardinals president of baseball operations. "In fairness, what this team has been through is not normal." That comment Friday before the start of the Cardinals' third doubleheader in five days is the launch point of a brand new episode of the Best P…
 
Yo! It's a third episode of a incredibly mediocre solo podcast!Trying a new format with this episode as Jordan talks about what could be the fallout from the Blues' early exit, provides a short rant on the Cardinals being more mediocre, and talks about baseball awards front-runners. Enjoy!Intro/Outro Track:"Sisyphus" by Evan Schaeffer is licensed u…
 
With a 5-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Pirates last night, the St. Louis Cardinals are 22-24 and on the outside looking in to the postseason. Steven Brault of the Pirates went the distance, only allowing 2 hits to the Cardinal offense. If the Cardinals want to make the postseason, the offense needs to start hitting more consistently. The two teams play …
 
The regular season goes to the Dodgers, but for the first time in a long time the Padres can say 'see you in October'. Derek and Darnay discuss the state of the rivalry with longtime NBC LA sports anchor Fred Roggin. What's the Dodgers' outlook on a newly competitive Padres club? And how has Fernando Tatis Jr.'s appeal spread to Los Angeles? Fred a…
 
Ryan Dempster, former MLB pitcher/current MLB Network Analyst, joins the show to talk NL Central, the Cubs, and more. How has transition been from baseball player to analyst and stand up comedian? How big of an influence was Bob Uecker to his comedy? Does he think the Brewers have a shot to make some noise in October? How will the playoff bubble sy…
 
Yet another doubleheader ended in a split for the Cardinals, and St. Louis finishes the five game series against Milwaukee with a 2-3 record. Game one saw another exceptional performance from Adam Wainwright, and game two gave us another reason that Johan Oviedo isn't Major-League ready. This offense has to start showing consistency if October base…
 
The Cardinals find themselves in the midst of a grueling schedule as they literally fight for their playoff lives. Do they have the depth necessary to make it through this storm? We shall see… About the show: Website: Two Birds on a Bat Facebook: Two Birds on a Bat Twitter: @birdsonabatshow Email questions or comments to the show: info@twobirdsonab…
 
A mild on-field spat between the Brewers and the Cardinals highlights this episode, and that's likely the most exciting thing the Birds have done all week. And that's... sort of the problem. This week, Tara and Alex talk about what happened to Jack Flaherty, what makes this team uninspiring, and where Trent Grisham lands on the Jerk Scale after sma…
 
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