The Rangers and Cardinals haven't faced each other since 2004, but the two teams have a lot in common.
Armed with peanut butter, the Busch Stadium staff is trying catch the squirrel or squirrels that ran onto the field this week during the National League Division Series.
Edwards dominated again at Dover International Speedway, winning his seventh race of the season in the Nationwide Series. Edwards races in the Chase for the Spring Cup on Sunday.
The Missouri volleyball team held off a comeback attempt then completed one of its own to improve to 10-1 on the season.
The proposed sports incentives are part of the agenda for a special legislative session that starts Tuesday.
MU freshman wrestler Phillip Perry died in a car accident early Tuesday morning in Hannibal.
The Banana Hammocks, who play in the BigBalls League in St. Louis, won their first game in this weekend's Show-Me State Games kickball competition.
General manager Billy Devaney expects the Rams to open training camp on Saturday with close to 90 players.
The Terrells and Hoeppners of Higginsville became fast friends after their sons joined an archery and shooting club.
Gov. Nixon has attended the past two Show-Me State Games, participating in the basketball skills competition.
Six classes of riders came out to the Grandstand arena on Saturday to compete for cash prizes in the Boone County Fair ATV races.
Former Missouri pitcher Nick Tepesch was as the Texas Rangers' Minor League Pitcher of the Month for June.
More than 28,000 athletes competed in last year's Show-Me State Games, and a similar turnout is expected this year.
A stadium-record 52,000 people are expected for the U2 concert scheduled for Sunday night. That will include fans with seats on the field.
This week's camp was the second annual wheelchair basketball camp led by the Missouri wheelchair basketball players and their coach Ron Lykins.
The Missouri Wheelchair Basketball Camp, which started Sunday and runs through Thursday at the MU Student Recreation Complex, helps players improve their skills while promoting independence and confidence.
The ESPN anchor hosted the second John Anderson Celebrity Golf Invitational on Monday, which raised more than $60,000 for Missouri school children.
Participants at the 27th Mid-America Open noticed an increase in the number of female competitors.
MU junior Adam Ryan, whose mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when he was 15, is making plans for next summer to hold Camp Kesem, a one week event for children whose parents have or have had cancer.
Automobiles weren't the only vehicles driving down Broadway and Seventh streets on Sunday.