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    Baseball and Football Collide

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    Wiining Baseball, Killing It In Football

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    Gateway To Baseball Heaven

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    Every week, two of the Best Fans In Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals.  This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Seeds) talk about another roller-coaster week, a sweep in Milwaukee followed by barely surviving in Chicago.  There's a lot of talk about purpose pitches and retaliation and rivalries as well, plus a look forward at the week when the Cardinals hopefully will clinch the division or at least get that magic number of 10 way, way down.

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    AAA, AA baseball and NFL Update

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    Review minor league baseball playoffs and opening week of the professional football season

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    Gateway To Baseball Heaven

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    Every week, two of the Best Fans in Baseball (TM) bring you all the news and analysis you need about the St. Louis Cardinals.  This week, Daniel Shoptaw (C70 At The Bat) and Tara Wellman (Bird Seeds) break down the ugliness that was a 2-5 week and a division lead that was cut to just 2.5 games.  They'll talk lineups, injuries, folks getting well, Mike Matheny, and probably do a little bit of venting as well as look ahead to the upcoming week with Milwaukee and Chicago.  Odds are, this one's not going to be a pretty show, folks.

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    Playoff Baseball with former Angel Terry Evans on CD Speak UP!

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    Join us this week on Christian Devotions SPEAK UP! when Scott talks playoff baseball and Jesus with former Los Angeles Angels player Terry Evans.

    Terry Evans was born and raised in Dublin, GA, where he continued to live until he graduated from Trinity Christian School in 2000. He went on to attend Middle Georgia College for two years before being drafted and signing with the St. Louis Cardinals. After five minor league seasons, Terry made his first big league appearance in 2007 with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He played in parts of three Major League seasons with the Angels and eleven full seasons in the minor leagues with St. Louis, Anaheim, San Francisco, Philadelphia, and Kansas City. Terry retired after the 2012 season with the Kansas City Royals organization and came on staff with UPI full time October 1st of 2012.

    Terry is the chaplain for the Atlanta Braves and currently resides on the north side of Atlanta, in Woodstock, where he leads Bible studies for current and former players around the Atlanta area. Terry also assists international trips to the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico with the possibility of leading these trips in the near future.

    Terry is married to his wife, Tanner, and they have three sons: Asher, Jude, and Isaac.

  • 00:29

    More Than Just Baseball!!

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    Reguar Season is Over..More To Come

  • 01:59

    Mediation Monday: Thursday Edition: Baseball and Football

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    This is a very special edition of Mediation Monday. Playoff baseball is upon us. Football is in full swing. We are bringing on a very special guest, JASON. He is a writing of ours on the OTSNN network, and he lives and breathes sports the same way we do. 

    1). Mets, the magic number is 5. They can smell the playoffs in Queens. But do the mets have to tools to last? Jason tells us. Also, the probability of a Subway Series and what team does Jason fear most come playoff time. 30 mins

    2) Biggest takeaways from Week 2. Can Dallas survive without Romo and Dez until November? Can th Giants get on track tonight? Are the Colts done? Plus much more.

    3) The NBA has extended its Time between games in the Finals to help rest players, Like? Love? Hate?... Also Our NBA Eastern Conference Favorite and Western Conference Favorite.

    4) WWE talk. What we think of the newest developments. When will Shemus cash in? Should Sting have even been in the match? Undertaker Lesnar preview 

    Intro/Outro Music By:

    Artist : Ted Nugent

    Song : Stranglehold

    Buy the full song below!


    Welcome Back Song

    Artist: Ma$e

    Song: Welcome Back

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    Other Music Used:

    Artist: David Cook

    Song: Don’t You Forget About Me

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  • Lenny Melnick's Off Season Baseball

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    It just never ends!!

    Where do Free Agents land

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    St Louis Bandits Baseball On The Sports Cage

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    Join The Sports Cage sponsored by Peak Nutrition tonight September 21st at 8-9pm central. Dont miss your host of the St Louis Bandits Baseball 12u baseball show Debo and Dynamite Dustin Hill talking baseball. Checkout St Louis Bandits 12U Baseball www.stlouisbandits.org and https://www.facebook.com/saintlouisbandits

    The St Louis Bandits 12U manager Rodney Eldridge climbs in The Sports Cage to talk a little youth baseball with your host Debo and Dustin. It all goes down on The Sports Cage sponsored by Peak Nutrition September 21st 8-9pm central St Louis Bandits 12U Baseball. Follow your host on Twitter Debo @simply314bb & Executive Producer Dustin Hill  @sports_fixx

    Tonight 8-9pm Bandits Baseball on The Sports Cage with Debo (Twitter @simply314bb), Executive Producer Dustin Hill (Twitter @sports_fixx) and 12U Bandits player Producer Cam. To join the show call in on our Xtreme Training guest line 646-721-9822.

    The Sports Cage and St Louis Bandits Baseball is sponsored by Peak Nutrition http://www.peak-nutrition.com/

    Listen to The Sports Cage and St Louis Bandits 12U Baseball at blogtalkradio.com/thesportscage

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