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A great visit with Markin Kilcoyne here about St. Louis sports and such. We take a deep dive into many things- global hate for Stan Kroenke, biggest sports injuries in St. Louis history, Blues of this era and missed opportunities and more. Listen her... more
My guest this week on the Golf with Jay Delsing podcast is Alan Shipnuck. The eight-time author and cofounder of the 'Fire PIt Collectives' just released his latest book, "Phil: The Rip Roaring and Unauthorized Biography of Golf’s Most Colorful Super... more
An updated visit with Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Museum in Kansas City and incredible historian, visits with us about how MLB and fans are honoring the players in 2022. He talks about his path to leading the cause and some of the mo... more
Just found the podcast and listened to the Gene Stallings interview and it was just incredible. The Big Red were always my team and still are. Priceless stories in the interview and Mr. Stallings was so classy and still sharp as a tack at 86 I believe he said. Great interview and look forward to more
The Chris Long interview was so good!
Not only is Hrabe a great interviewer, but his guests are always entertaining and insightful. The opening and closing songs are great choices as well. Tell your friends!
Love the Hrabe podcast. He is one of the best and most insightful interviewers on the air. Does his homework and connects with his guests.
The Canes take on TMA was spot on. Enjoy your drafts and the convo with Jack was great. Silva has been a good guest as well. His discussion on cheap liquor stores was hilarious.
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Scoops launched 4 years ago and published 166 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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