MLS commissioner Don Garber and MLS4TheLou ownership group leader Carolyn Kindle Betz sat down with the Post-Dispatch before Tuesday's official announcement of an MLS expansion team coming to St. Louis.
Ben Frederickson is a sports columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. You can follow him on Twitter (Ben_Fred), Instagram (benfredpd) and Facebook (BenFredPD).
The Cardinals don’t appear to have the talent and depth to run away with their division. Thing is, every team in the division can be described that way. Of all the factors that will decide this race, a big one will be the manager who squeezes the most from his club.
A team name is not expected to be part of Tuesday's announcement of an MLS expansion team. So, what should it be? Columnist Ben Frederickson debuts his working list.
The boys once told her no.
How familiar it has become.
(Updated) The MLS4TheLou ownership group has convinced Major League Soccer to plant its expansion flag, but what comes next?
(Updated) Formal announcement set for Tuesday in St. Louis. Local ownership group spearheaded by Carolyn Kindle Betz of Enterprise Holdings Foundation and Jim Kavanaugh of World Wide Technology has been praised by MLS commissioner Don Garber for its 'amazing' effort in process to secure team.
If a three-game home sweep of Pittsburgh to start a tissue-paper soft swath of the schedule failed to convince you all is well with the Cardinals, you were not the only one.
A surge in the struggling third baseman's hitting would lift the Redbirds, but the signs one might be coming are few and far between. Among other topics STL sports fans should be discussing: Why the Pirates have lost benefit of the doubt, and CoMo's high ranking among college football towns.