ST. LOUIS — Another major college sports event is coming to St. Louis.
KANSAS CITY — Mark Redman had a good comeback for all the disparaging remarks that were made when he was selected for American League All-Star team over the weekend.
ATLANTA — Chuck James says he isn’t a student of baseball history, so he hadn’t heard of Rick Behenna before Wednesday night.
Hallsville resident Lise Nyrop laughs as she holds up a necklace made with red string.
KANSAS CITY — John Buck and Reggie Sanders each had two hits and two RBIs and Mark Grudzielanek had three hits as the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 6-3 on Wednesday night.
ATLANTA — Juan Encarnacion hit a two-run homer and the Cardinals ended a seven-game road skid, beating Atlanta 6-3 Tuesday night in a game delayed almost 3 hours by rain and lightning.
A family of three runs around the open grass next to the soccer fields at Cosmo Park. Three-year-old Aaron Scofield is out on his first kite flying adventure, but there’s barely a breeze to lift the large serpent kite off the ground.
The Missouri Pride Fastpitch Softball team won the USSSA state tournament in Columbia on Sunday.
KANSAS CITY — After missing more than a month with a hamstring injury, David DeJesus is making up for lost time.
ATLANTA — With three scoreless innings, the Atlanta Braves’ beleaguered bullpen finally supported John Smoltz.
KANSAS CITY — Joe Mauer and Justin Morneau hit home runs and the Minnesota Twins rallied for their 11th straight victory, 6-5 over the Kansas City Royals on Monday night.
NEWPORT, R.I. — Annika Sorenstam kept trying to convince herself the U.S. Women’s Open was just another tournament, despite reminders at every turn how much it meant and how long it had been since she won.
NEW YORK — The Chicago White Sox and New York Mets filled up the All-Star rosters, earning six selections each when the teams were announced Sunday.
ST. LOUIS — Jason Marquis was ready to pitch as long as he needed to go to snap his personal two-game losing streak.
NEWPORT, R.I. — Annika Sorenstam had to wait 10 years to recapture the U.S. Women’s Open and thought it was in her hands Sunday when a 30-foot birdie putt broke gently toward the cup and started to dip into the hole.
Jessica “The Bomber” Findling steps into the box at Cosmopolitan Park. Her leg is coated with the dirt mixed with sweat. She’s frustrated with how she’s been playing. A championship last weekend and a solid first game at this weekend’s USSSA Girls Fast Pitch Mid-State Championship wasn’t enough.
All eyes and cameras are on Ryan Sublette. He rolls into a 5-foot ramp for speed and launches up onto the trick platform. Nobody breathes for a good 5 seconds as he balances on the front of his skateboard, grinding on the edge of the platform, a difficult feat. His arms are frozen in a crane-like posture, shifting slightly for balance. Fifteen feet later, he pops up off the box and lands. He rolls away to applause and the familiar skateboard vocalization of approval, “YEAH!”
The Hallsville High School cheerleaders have won third place at the state competition for three years in a row, but the squad is facing new challenges on its path to a state championship.
A purple mat on a shiny hardwood floor. A soft green covers the four walls of the large room. Windows look out over downtown Jefferson City. You’re in the “sunrise room” of the Show Me Yoga Center.
Kimberly Mouser says she’s “taking a break” from the intense swimming, biking and running she’s been doing for months.