Photo courtesy of USAToday.com. Albert Pujols (pictured above) will be out at least a month. St. Louis will really miss their star and will struggle to remain in contention without his big bat.
By Josh Kramer
A 22-year-old just made a mockery of one of golf’s most prestigious tournaments. The best tournament in tennis just began. And the NBA Draft is set for Thursday. There is so much going on in the sporting world.
Here is what has caught my attention.
Lack of the “Machine” spells trouble for St. Louis Continue reading
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