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On the Tuesday edition of Sports Time Radio Dan the Man and The Big Jack welcome Patrick Karracker from www. ArchAuthority.com to the podcast to preview the St. Louis cardinals 2015 season. Can the Cardinals continue to dominant the N.L. Central or will the Pittsburgh Pirates or the Chicago Cubs knock them off the top of the division. They'll cover the batting order starting rotation and how the bullpen will set up along with an other pressing Cardinals matters. Remember it's all sports all the time. Follow us on Twitter @SportsTimeRadio @DanZeeeMan @Burketime and @MrFanofSports also check out www.SportsTimeRadio.com
Tune in on jan 20 at 11:59pm est (Thurs night going into fri morning) We will be chatting it up with the newest model on the bombshell team. Mz Saint Louis. She will be ttelling us about how she got started and what else will be cumming up for this SSBBW goddest. All that and more. Call in with your comments and questions at
*Yadier Molina's weight gain. Good for his defense but will it be bad for his power at the plate?
*Which prospect makes it out of came with the team? Piscotty or Cooney?
*Carlos Martinez kicks off spring training tomorrow. What are we looking for in his first spring start?
*Who is your bat in the lineup that you hope generates the real power?
*Does Pete Kozma make the club?
*What can fans expect from Randal Grichuk this season?
*The wildcard in the bullpen this year is Jordan Walden. A setup man but maybe a potential closer down the line. Like Grichuk in the Freese deal, he was the piece Mo demanded.
Dave Nichols of District Sports Page and Patrick Reddington and Doghouse from Federal baseball discuss the Washington Nationals 7-5 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals.
A look at the upcomingbaseball season from St. Bonaventure University journalism students who have been blogging about spring training.Students following the St. Louis Cardinals, Seattle Mariners and San Diego Padres will provide commentary and analysis.
In this, the 75th installment of Revenge of the Birds Radio, is all about the NFL Draft. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox have already talked about the offense and defense for the Arizona Cardinals and players they could target with their 8 picks.
This show is about specific players the hosts like for each of the first three round for the Cardinals. Names like Shane Ray and Todd Gurley come up, while some other names could leave you scratching your head.
After the Cardinals talk, they mock the first round of the draft, giving the moves each team should make and who they think will actually be the pick.
Will either of them be anywhere close to the real thing?
Don't miss this show and head on over to Revenge of the Birds to continue with the conversation.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Derrick May, featuring a lively and interesting discussion of May's baseball career.
May batted left-handed and threw right-handed. After signing to play football/baseball at Virginia Tech, May was drafted in the first round (#9) of the 1986 June draft by the Chicago Cubs at the age of 17. May hit .320 (3rd), .298 (11th), .305 (5th), .295 (5th), and .296 (5th) including being a Carolina League and Southern League All-Star before making his Major League debut. May enjoyed an 18-year professional baseball career including ten seasons in the MLB. He was a .271 hitter with 52 home runs and 310 RBI in 797In Japan, he hit an additional 59 home runs in just three seasons, batting .274. A very talented athlete.
The last ROTB Radio show was all about the Arizona Cardinals and the NFL Draft, but on the offensive side of the ball. Seth and Jess talked about the different positions, who might and might not fit and more. This show is about the defensive side of the ball.
The Arizona Cardinals already made some offseason additions, but where could they look in the draft? Seth and Jess will talk about pass rushers, cornerbacks and more. What about inside linebacker?
They go through the different positions -- how likely do the Cards draft someone at the position, who fits and more.
Tune in and keep the conversation going on Revenge of the Birds.
Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Born to the nobility. Married to Euphrosyne, the daughter of a nobleman; the two led a pious life in the world. One day while hunting, Conrad ordered attendants to set fire to some brush in order to flush out the game. A strong wind carried the flames to nearby fields, forests, towns and villages, and Conrad fled in panic. An innocent peasant was imprisoned, tortured into a confession and condemned to death for the fire. Remorseful, Conrad stepped forward to confess, saving the man. He then paid for the damaged property, selling nearly all he owned in order to raise the cash.
Conrad and his wife saw the hand of God in the dramatic events, and chose to give the poor everything they had left. They then separated, she to a Poor Clare monastery, he to a group of Franciscan tertiary hermits. Conrad lived such a life of piety that his reputation for holiness spread quickly. He had the gift of healing. Visitors destroyed his solitude, so he fled to a the valley of Noto, Italy in Sicily where he lived 36 years in prayer as a hermit.
Legend says that when the Bishop of Syracuse visited him, the bishop asked if Conrad had anything to offers guests. Conrad said he would check in his cell. He returned carrying newly made cakes, which the bishop accepted as a miracle. Conrad returned the bishop‘s visit, and made a general confession to him. As he arrived, he was surrounded by fluttering birds, who escorted him back to Noto.
It was a pitching matchup that lived up to the hype. Max Scherzer and Michael Wacha mowed down hitters, but the St. Louis Cardinals came out on top with a 4-1 win over the Washington Nationals in the series finale in Nationals Park.
The Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals were tied at 1-1 after nine in the nation's capital, but Yunel Escobar's tenth inning walk-off home run won it for the Nats.