Former St. Louis Cardinal legend and Hall of Famer, Lou Brock, has lost part of his left leg. Part of the leg was amputated recently because of an infection related to a diabetic condition, www.stltoday.com reported on Tuesday.
Major League Baseball may have just finished up with the 2015 World Series, but baseball is being talked about in our area for next summer already. The Missouri Iowa Nebraska Kansas League (M.I.N.K) wrapped up league meetings in St. Joseph recently and announced several changes that will go into effect.
Only a day after celebrating with one of the largest parades in MLB history, and the franchise's first World Series championship since 1985, members of the Kansas City Royals took the stage on late night television on Wednesday.
With the first college football playoff poll out and several big games between ranked teams on the schedule, this could be the first true elimination week in what should be a wild month of college football. Here are some of the big stories this week:
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