1. Monday Morning Headline Winner: CBSSports.com

    It’s that time of the week where we hand out completely fruitless and unfounded accolades. Before we begin, lets get everyone up to speed...

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  2. Today (1989): The Clint Malarchuk Incident

    On March 22, 1989, Rick Meagher of the St. Louis Blues sent a puck in front of the net where teammate Steve Tuttle and Uwe Krupp of the Buffalo Sabres collided, slammed into the Sabres ...

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  3. Today (1995): Michael Jordan is “Back”

    In October of 1993 the world’s best basketball player and arguably sports’ biggest celebrity – Michael Jordan - abruptly announced he was retiring from the NBA during the midst of his athletic prime...

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  4. Episode 3 of our St. Louis “Web Show” has officially hit the streets…

    We’ll make this quick and easy for you this week, folks – as we continue to educate our St. Louis readership about our new weekly “web show”...

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  5. Today (2005): A Huge Irish Dude Makes a Fool of Himself

    Today happens to be St. Patrick’s Day and coincidentally it also happens to be the five year anniversary of the day when a big Irish baseball player sat down in front of Congress and told the world that “steroids is bad”...

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  6. Buster Olney = Sports Talk Radio Caller?

    With every sports radio station comes crazy sports radio callers. They are the first cousin to message board posters – anonymous voices who bring wild overreactions to every story, utterly ridiculous trade propositions and all around lunacy...

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  7. Join our big, hairy, astonishing NCAA bracket.

    Here’s the thing; some friends of ours across the interwebs decided to come together and create one massive Transformer-like March Madness pool this year...

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  8. Top 7: Most Frustrating Things About Fantasy Baseball

    Happy Fantasy Baseball Draft Season, everyone. Whether you do AL-only, NL-only, mixed, or several of each, whether you do auction or snake draft, keeper or no keepers, and whether you ...

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  9. For St. Louis: We're Now Hosting a Weekly Sports “Web Show”

    So, here’s the deal; its been requested that we make a concerned effort to focus on the local sports scene more in 2010...

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  10. Today (2005): The Next Babe Ruth is Unveiled

    According to Scott Boras, this day in 2005 marked the official unveiling of the second Babe Ruth. We are speaking of course of Rick Ankiel, the former Cardinals pitcher who, after ...

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  11. The High Five is Pissed

    Dear Sports World, I’m writing this letter to let you know that I am not happy. I’m not happy because the way I’ve been treated over the past few years has made me ...

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  12. “BRIDE” and “GROOM” Hockey Jerseys. How Cute.

    Doing some digital house-cleaning this week at the JoeSportsFan.com headquarters and came across this little nugget of personalized jersey goodness...

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  13. Monday Morning Sports Headline Winner: Fox Sports

    Much like the sports media industry, the machine that is Hollywood is no stranger to the use of snappy lines to get the reader’s attention...

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  14. Today (1977): Jonathon Moxon is born; does not want your life.

    March 8, 1977 33 years ago today, Jonathon “Mox” Moxon, the legendary quarterback of West Canaan High School, was born into this world...

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  15. Top 7:: Athletes Turned Politicians (Remastered)

    Anytime someone from a past random list makes the news during the week, it means it’s time to dust off that list, update it, and run it again...

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  16. The Sports Delorean:: Wrestling Buddies

    [Note: This column originally ran in 2007, but let's face it, stuffed wrestlers are still funny so we're running it again today...

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  17. Today (1926): Pascual Pérez, no not THAT Pascual Pérez, is born.

    March 4, 1926 On this day, 84 years ago, Pascual Pérez was born into this world. This particular Pascual Pérez made history by becoming Argentina’s first world boxing champion...

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  18. Jayson Werth's Beard Just Needed Mentioning

    As self-declared experts on sporting facial hair, when we first saw a picture of Phillies’ outfielder Jayson Werth’s spring training beard, we just felt it needed to be mentioned in some way...

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  19. UConn Women's Streak Reaches 69; Meatheads Rejoice

    All across the country, fists were pumping, hands were being slapped and meatheads were giggling on Monday night as the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team saw their streak of consecutive games won reach 69...

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  20. Today (2010): The San Francisco “Heat” is Still Not a Basketball Team

    On a recent excursion to San Francisco (why must that statement *always* have homosexual undertones?), I came across an unmistakeably unusual business sign. Pondering the evolution of this sign is fascinating...

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  21. Monday Morning Sports Headline Winner: Yahoo! Sports

    Much like last week, this weekend in sports was wrapped up with a nice, neat bow on it for headline writers. In other words, there wasn’t much deliberation over what storyline would receive the premium headlining treatment...

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  22. Top 7:: Teams & Players Most Ahead of Their Competition

    Some players and teams dominate their sport so much that they set records that are unreachable, leave stories that are incomprehensible, and compile numbers that don’t even seem real...

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  23. PODCAST: Discussion of the Ins and Outs of the Winter Olympics.

    Your life has been void of the JoeSportsFan Show for two weeks, so we decided to bring it back strong this week. The Winter Olympics are the topic du’jour, so we decided to conduct an internal ...

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  24. Today (1987): MLB Suspends LaMarr Hoyt

    It was on this day in 1987 that Major League Baseball lost a shining star, a player whose very presence made the league more enjoyable to follow...

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  25. Caution Urged in St. Louis in Advance of Historic Event

    Natural disasters are becoming far too commonplace. Fresh in our collective memories are tragedies such as the Haitian earthquake, Hurricane Katrina, the Michael Dukakis presidential campaign, or Dave Navarro’s musical career...

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