VALMEYER — Oh man, Vern is going to hate the dateline on this story. Of all the words that could’ve begun this piece about him, and it’s his r…
Benjamin Hochman is a sports columnist for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch
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If this were football, Harrison Bader would be a superstar.
At .500, the Cardinals are categorically average -- and just look that way out there, too.
What makes the Home Run Derby isn't, simply, home runs. Because there was a point during the long broadcast, as guys homered ho-hum homers, I …
On Sunday afternoon, while the celebratory smiles of the women's national team illuminated my living room, I made an online purchase. I got a …
While the Cardinals are totally in the division hunt, they are an infuriatingly incomplete club. In the most “2019 Cardinals” way to head into the break, a pitcher logged one of the best starts he’ll ever have and not only did the Cards lose, they didn’t even score.
To properly appreciate Becky Sauerbrunn, one has to recognize the absence of action.
This is America, 2019.
The sub-.500 Cardinals should feed off Yairo Munoz's fresh energy, as so many other batters are deteriorating as they head toward the All-Star break. And Munoz has shown that he's unafraid of pressurized moments.
Michael Porter Jr., the Greatest Mizzou Tiger Who Never Was, expects to play in an actual basketball game on Friday. This is news. He hasn’t p…