Elsewhere, Missouri baseball and softball announced their third annual charity game.
The Cardinals should have signed Max Scherzer. They know it. Scherzer knows it. And pretty much every time Mad Max gets a chance to pitch in his hometown, he makes sure we all remember it.
He entered the month 0-for-11 in his final August at-bats, and in September, Ozuna has slashed .137/.241/.314. That's a .555 OPS in 14 games.
Closer missed Sunday’s game after spending Saturday night in a hospital, where he was told a combination of asthma and allergies triggered his breathing difficulties.
Andrea Fuentes has been awarded with SEC Overall Player and Setter of the Week. A perfect 8-0 start has propelled Missouri to No. 17 in the AVCA Poll, their highest ranking of the season.
Paraphrasing in one line Matt Nagy's roughly 22-minute postmortem with the media Monday following the Bears' last-second 16-14 victory over the Denver Broncos: It's a lot better to be 1-1 than 0-2, now let's get back to work.
It wasn't that long ago that the sound most associated with a Bears kicker was doink, or double-doink, more aptly.
The optimists will scream that the Cardinals still are in first place. That's fair. But the Cubs are obliterating baseballs, and the inspired Brewers have won five of six since superstar Yelich suffered a season-ending injury. Up next for the Cards: Strasburg, Corbin and Scherzer from the Nationals' rotation.
The Brewers and Cubs have suffered big injury hits, but they keep winning anyway. So the Cardinals will be hard pressed to fend them off in the last two weeks.
He said he didn’t realize it at the time, but Michael Wacha might have made his final regular-season start at Busch Stadium as a Cardinal on Sunday. His next two slated outings will be on the road, against Chicago and Arizona, and then he will become a free agent at the end of the season and is unlikely to be re-signed.
The Cardinals suffered potentially their most damaging, gut-punch loss of the season Sunday largely because of a player who wasn’t even at the ballpark.
Ben Roethlisberger's season is over after he suffered a non-contact right elbow injury in the first half of the Week 2 loss to Seattle. Roethlisberger will soon undergo surgery and be placed on injured reserve by the 0-2 Pittsburgh Steelers, coach Mi…
A torn ligament in the right thumb of New Orleans Saints QB and NFL all-time passing leader Drew Brees will require surgery and cost the future Hall of Famer at least six weeks, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.
The Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears are the NFL’s only two teams that will enter Week 3 with only one touchdown after 120 minutes of football.
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