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Wacha says he expected to be left out of the playoff rotation, as Miller is the slated starter for Game 4 vs. the Dodgers. (AUDIO)
Adam Wainwright, Lance Lynn, John Lackey and Shelby Miller taking the mound in the best-of-five series.  The 2013  National League Championship Series MVP is headed to the rotation.  Michael Wacha will be available from the bullpen as the Cardinals open up their Division Series against the Dodgers in L.A. on Friday. “It’s been a challenge […]
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Mizzou volleyball suffers first conference loss of the season and has 20-match win streak snapped
Missouri volleyball went down to Oxford, MS. as the defending SEC Champion and boasting a 20-match SEC win streak, but Ole Miss swept the Tigers 3-0  Wednesday night, in a matched televised on the SEC Network. Ole Miss handed Missouri its first SEC loss since Nov. 23, 2012 and kept the Tigers winless in Oxford. After losing the first […]
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Anderson re-instates two freshman, but it was his decision to cut Biedcheid from the team.
Missouri men’s basketball coach Kim Anderson re-instated freshman D’Angelo Allen and Jakeenan Gant.  Both players were arrested a month ago on suspicion of third-degree assault.  Neither player was charged with a crime related to the fight that took place between three men in Columbia. The Tigers start basketball practice on Monday and Anderson is hoping […]
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MO committee talks Patrol training but not Brandon Ellingson drowning
Members of a House Committee have heard from the state Highway Patrol about its merger with the Water Patrol nearly four years ago. Their main task is to study whether the merger has been successful, and whether it has saved the state any money. Those members didn’t get to ask about the drowning of 20-year-old […]
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MO lawmakers ponder changes to juvenile laws (AUDIO)
A special task force looking at whether many juveniles should face criminal charges as adults is starting to write recommended law changes for next year’s legislature. The Juvenile Justice Task Force appears to be leaning toward making it harder to let children as young as twelve face criminal charges as adults and face being put […]
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