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Ryan Zimmerman hit two home runs for four total in three games in Busch Stadium, then hit an RBI double to put the Washington Nationals ahead for good in a 4-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals. The Nats avoid the sweep with a win in the series finale.
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
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the hottest news in baseball. The St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI for apparently hacking into the Houston Astros database. The database had information about trades, statistics, and scouting reports. How big of a deal do you think this is? If they hacked into the Astro's database, did they try and hack into any other teams? Listen in and call the show with your thoughts.
Host Hans Roy welcomes historian Vertus Saint-Louis to discuss how the slaves in Haiti rose up against slavery during the Haitian revolutionary process of 1791-1804.
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Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org
Born into a peasant family at Riva, Italy, young Dominic joined St. John Bosco as a student at the Oratory in Turin at the age of 12. He impressed John with his desire to be a priest and to help him in his work with neglected boys. A peacemaker and an organizer, young Dominic founded a group he called the Company of the Immaculate Conception which, besides being devotional, aided John Bosco with the boys and with manual work. All the members save one, Dominic, would in 1859 join John in the beginnings of his Salesian congregation. By that time, Dominic had been called home to heaven.
As a youth, Dominic spent hours rapt in prayer. His raptures he called "my distractions." Even in play, he said that at times "It seems heaven is opening just above me. I am afraid I may say or do something that will make the other boys laugh." Dominic would say, "I can't do big things. But I want all I do, even the smallest thing, to be for the greater glory of God."
Dominic's health, always frail, led to lung problems and he was sent home to recuperate. As was the custom of the day, he was bled in the thought that this would help, but it only worsened his condition. He died on March 9, 1857, after receiving the Last Sacraments. St. John Bosco himself wrote the account of his life.
Some thought that Dominic was too young to be considered a saint. St. Pius X declared that just the opposite was true, and went ahead with his cause. Dominic was canonized in 1954.
His feast day is March 9th.
For the first time since 2003, the Cubs have a postseason victory. Everything about the team's performance last night illustrated just how much progress they've made, along with the elevated level of maturity on a very young and talented team. Can they keep the ball rolling against their hated rival Cardinals in the NLDS?
Can the Bears improving defense slow down Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs offense? And what will Jay Cutler's makeshift offensive line look like this week?
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The Arizona Cardinals are 3-0! They made roadkill of the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, defeating them 47-7 behind four interceptions of Colin Kaepernick, including two returned for touchdowns in the first six minutes of the game. Carson Palmer threw for over 300 yards and two scores. Chris Johnson ran for 110 yards and two scores. Larry Fitzgerald caught nine passes and two scores.
What was there to talk about? Pretty much only good things. Hosts Jess Root and Seth Cox talk about all the good things going on and can only nitpick about the things of concern.
They talk about the offense, the running game and how three players in their 30s are playing like it is 2009 and they all are in their physical prime.
They talk Bobby Massie rejoining the starting lineup and what happens when Andre Ellington is healthy. Then they address a little bit of what Bruce Arians talked about with crowd noise at home.
Have a listen and get great Cardinals talk.
For the second week in a row, the Arizona Cardinals will play at home against an NFC West foe. After dismantling the San Francisco 49ers 47-7. they now take on the St. Louis Rams, who perhaps should be known as the St. Louis QB assassins. In two outings last season, Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton both had their seasons ended. Just last week, they took down Ben Roethlisberger.
Host Jess Root talks to 3K from Turf Show Times and discusses the physicality of the Rams defense, among other things. As Tyrann Mathieu wondered the other day, why isn't this team a Super Bowl team? They talk about the Jeff Fisher era and the seeming ability of the team to underachieve and overachieve all in a single season, always seeming to end up with 7 or 8 wins.
Nick Foles, Aaron Donald, Todd Gurley and more are discussed.
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Mitchell hosts a Round Table discussion on A Model for a New Economy to address serious economic issues with two leaders in the field of economics thinking: Hazel Henderson and Louis Bohtlingk.
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These two of the pioneers are courageous enough to bring another level of intelligence, intellectual and emotional, to the discussion and gives us opportunity to advance to the naturally next level,
We are pleased to bring the internationally-acclaimed economist, consultant & author Hazel Henderson and budding author on the subject of bringing heart and mind to the business world, banking and finance, Dutch-born Louis Botinglink to A Better World for a fertile discussion that could help to change minds about what is possible in building a new personal and economic vision and model.
On this episode Frank and Elizabeth sits down with Prospects Joey Hawkins of the Cardinals and D'Backs Trevor Mitsui. To talk about MiLB life on and off the field, and the road to the MLB!! Come #MeetTheFuture, and Remember we are #MiLB!!
The Washington Nationals took a 5-3 lead into the eighth St. Louis Cardinals but ended up losing an 8-5 decision to the St. Louis Cardinals on a walk-off home run by Brandon Moss in the ninth. 8-5 final in Busch Stadium. It's the Nats' ninth straight loss in St. Louis.
Let's talk about the master Saint Germain, the sacrament of marriage and the spiritual sponsorship of the United States of America in the Age of Aquarius.