National Sports

Experts say La Russa's Twitter suit was long shot

La Russa said Friday that Twitter has agreed to pay legal fees and make a donation to his Animal Rescue Foundation.

Twitter working for Rams running back

Jackson opens an account to avoid problems Cardinals manager Tony La Russa has encountered.

Cardinals place pitcher Lohse on disabled list

Forearm injury leads to pitcher's first disabled list appearance.

Kyle Busch wins Nationwide Series race; Edwards finishes third

Cardinals' La Russa squawks over tweets

Cardinals manager Tony La Russa is suing the social-networking site Twitter, claiming an unauthorized page used his name to make "derogatory and demeaning" comments.

Anxiety issues becoming a major league problem

St. Louis shortstop Khalil Greene is one of several baseball players dealing with stress-related issues.

Rams' final minicamp starts Thursday

The St. Louis Rams will hold practices in Rams Park three days this week.

Rams might have found a buyer

St. Louis Blues owner Dave Checketts is heading a group seeking to buy the NFL's Rams and keep the team in St. Louis.

Rams owners taking steps toward sale

The family of former St. Louis Rams owner Georgia Frontiere has hired the investment banking firm of Goldman Sachs to review the assets of her estate, including the NFL team, opening the way for a possible sale of the franchise, the Rams said in a statement Monday.

Carl Edwards' fourth in shortened Coca-Cola 600

The Columbia native raced twice over the Memorial Day weekend.

NASCAR postpones Coca-Cola 600

The race will run Monday at noon.

WWE-Kroenke sports drama continues

Nuggets owner tagged as villain.

WWE's McMahon won't back down

Scheduling conflict in Denver used as "look-at-me" opportunity.

Cards' ace ready to come off DL on Wednesday

Carpenter will return to face the Cubs.

Edwards has positive meeting with NASCAR

Talladega crash prompts discussion with NASCAR on safety.

Patton trys out at Bears' rookie camp

Missouri quarterback one of several players hoping for a chance to attend training camp.

Edwards in late race crash that sends debris into stands

Leading in the final lap, Carl Edwards' car was tapped by eventual winner Brad Keselowski and went flying into the air and into a protective fence that protects spectators. Several fans were injured in the accident.

Pictures of Carl Edwards' accident

Carl Edwards' last-lap crash injures seven fans

Debris from Carl Edwards' car caused several injuries, none life-threatening at Talladega Superspeedway on Sunday.

Maclin's road to the pros

After two years at Missouri, wide receiver Jeremy Maclin is preparing to take his step in professional football as a probable first round pick in the NFL Draft.