In the third episode of the Sports Plus Rewind, Mike Bush and producer Corey Miller replay a classic Sports Plus interview with the hall of fame baseball broadcaster Jack Buck from 1997. The larger-than-life Buck had just finished up his book "That's A Winner" and stopped by the Sports Plus couch to chat with Mike about his career, the Cardinals and some great stories from over the years. Mike offers more than a few great stories of his own in this must-listen episode.
This week on the Sports Plus Podcast, Mike Bush and Ahmad Hicks join producer Corey Miller to talk about the importance of this upcoming stretch for the Cardinals, how to best juggle the lineup with Randy Arozarena, how to handle Matt Carpenter's struggles, and what to do with Tommy Edman and Kolten Wong. Corey, Mike and Ahmad also preview the Illini football season under Lovie Smith, and celebrate International Left-Handers day by talking about their favorite Cardinals lefties of all-time.
Stanley Cup champion. Hometown hero. Local legend.
Pat Maroon is still basking in Stanley Cup glory while waiting to see what his future holds. He sat down with Frank Cusumano for a one-on-one interview. If the fact the Blues actually won the Stanley Cup is still surreal for you, well, it's surreal for Maroon, too.
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In the second episode of the Sports Plus Rewind, Mike Bush and producer Corey Miller replay a classic Sports Plus interview with the hall of fame baseball broadcaster Harry Caray from 1993. The never boring Caray was a staple of both the Cardinals and Cubs franchises, and the two storied rivals are battling it out once again in 2019.
This week on the Sports Plus Podcast, Mike Bush, sports producer Andy Mohler and KSDK executive producer Rob Edwards join host Corey Miller to chat about the upcoming Mizzou football season (with the sanctions shadow looming), what the Cardinals should do at the deadline and memories of the 2004 NL Champion Cardinals, 15 years later. New episodes release every Tuesday so be sure to download and subscribe!
In the first episode of the Sports Plus Rewind, Corey Miller and Mike Bush replay a classic interview from a 1997 Sports Plus show on KSDK in which Mike interviewed Cardinals legend Bob Gibson. The baseball hall of famer was recently diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer, and is undergoing treatment in his home city of Omaha. Relive this classic interview with a Cardinals great and listen to new insight and stories Mike has to share about his time talking with Gibson.
On this episode of the Sports Plus Podcast, sports reporter Ahmad Hicks, sports producer Andy Mohler and anchor Mike Bush join producer Corey Miller to talk about still riding the high of a Stanley Cup win, how the Blues offseason is looking and how concerned we are about the Cardinals at the halfway mark of the season. Are we more confident in the offense bouncing back, or the pitching stepping up?
KSDK morning anchor and former sports director Rene Knott joined Corey Miller on this episode of the Sports Plus Podcast to talk about his venture into Instagram, how he views the Cardinals, Albert Pujols' homecoming and just how special and unexpected the Blues' Stanley Cup is.
If you thought you could rest your St. Louis sports emotions for a bit after a Blues Stanley Cup win... you'd be wrong! Albert Pujols is back at Busch Stadium this weekend for the first time since he left as a free agent for Anaheim. Corey Miller, Mike Bush, Art Holliday and Andy Mohler reminisce on their fondest Pujols memories, how time can heal all wounds and what they expect this weekend to be like.
The Blues are Stanley Cup Champions for 2019. What a wild ride. Corey Miller and Frank Cusumano try to put the craziness of the last five days into words.