Jack Clark has ended his post-game analysis on Fox Sports Midwest. The former Cardinal, turned broadcast commentator, was supposed to do a show on the station on Monday and a few more telecast this month. According to the Post-Dispatch, Clark says he's too busy to commit to FSM but hopes to return t ... More >>
As furiously typed onto my laptop -- while sitting in my car -- following the St. Louis premiere of The Other Guys...Photos: Jason StoffFerrell: Wants matching necklace to wear "key to St. Louis" around his neck.Ferrell and Wahlberg were late to arrive to the Chesterfield Galaxy 14 Cinema l ... More >>
These days former Cardinals slugger Jack Clark is perhaps best known for labeling Mark McGwire a "fake, phony, cheater" after Big Mac admitted earlier this year that he'd used steroids throughout his career. But in finance and investment circles, Clark is best known for his ability to piss away m ... More >>
The New York Times recently visited St. Louis to report on the hand-wringing over Mark McGwire's steroid confession and his new gig as the Cardinals hitting instructor. The Times notes in its coverage yesterday how both fans and former members of the Cardinals "family" have mixed feelings about M ... More >>
With each passing day, the St. Louis Cardinals' decision to hire Mark McGwire as hitting coach is becoming a PR disaster of epic dimensions.
Current ballplayers and Hall of Famers alike have turned against him, in many cases, quite bitterly. Ex-Cardinal great and Fox Sports Midwest an ... More >>
So, just how well is the Mark-McGwire-recast-as-hitting-coach experiment going? Two words: Not Well. Okay, maybe three words: Really Not Well. So far we've got Jack Clark ripping Big Mac and everyone else who played in the 90s pretty much indiscriminately, Jose Canseco scoring poin ... More >>
So it looks as if Al Hrabosky will continue to pollute the airwaves for at least one more season. He is apparently close to signing a deal with Fox Sports Midwest to once again broadcast games alongside Dan McLaughlin for the 2010 season. Thus the circle remains unbroken, and we are all forced to ... More >>