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CHICAGO - APRIL 20: Albert Pujols #5 of the St. Louis Cardinals blows bubble gum as he looks on the field against the Chicago Cubs on April 20, 2007 at Wrigley Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Cardinals defeated the Cubs 2-1. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

In 2006, Pujols and the Hanon family opened the Pujols 5 Restaurant together. In 2012 the name was changed to the St. Louis Sports Hall of Fame Bar and Grill since Pujols was no longer playing for St.Louis.

  • Aaron Rodgers reveals the true meaning of Peyton Manning's 'Omaha' call

    Thanks to Aaron Rodgers, the mystery of Peyton Manning's 'Omaha' call has finally been solved. For years, football fans everywhere have tried to solve the riddle of the 'Omaha' call, only to come up empty. The frustration has finally come to an end though because Rodgers spilled the beans during a recent appearance on the HBO show Any Given Wednesday. During the interview, host Bill Simmons asked Rodgers who he tries to emulate at the quarterback position. The Packers quarterback mentioned that he'll occasionally watch film on guys like Manning, Drew Brees, and Tom Brady. During an extra segment after the show, Rodgers went into even more detail on what he likes about Manning "I like watching

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  • Jeff Hardy Knows Exactly How He Wants His Wrestling Career To End

    Since 2010, former WWE Champion Jeff Hardy has made a home for himself over at TNA. Well, Hardy is still under TNA contract until February 2017, but he has made no secret about wanting to return to WWE for one last run before he hangs up his boots. In a new interview with LA Weekly (conducted at the Gathering of the Juggalos!), Hardy elaborated on that dream.

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  • Live Large at Marbury in Chantilly

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  • Tyler Johnson on contract: 'I threw up a couple of times when I heard the number'

    Just like the rest of the basketball world, Tyler Johnson thought he was definitely going to the Brooklyn Nets when he agreed to a four-year, $50 million offer sheet with them. After Dwyane Wade left the Miami Heat, though, they decided to match. In an interview with the South Florida Sun Sentinel's Ira Winderman, Johnson sounded as shocked as everybody else about how his free agency played out: "I threw up a couple of times when I heard the number go out there. I was in shock. I even lost a little bit of weight, because just the anxiety of going through that whole process and not knowing where I was going to be," the Miami Heat guard said Monday during a team-sponsored water-safety event at

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  • Pirates fan makes a perfect barehanded grab

    On Sunday at PNC Park, one Pittsburgh Pirates fan performed a public service for everyone watching. On the 3-2 pitch, catcher Elias Diaz hit the ball foul, and it careened toward the stands on the first base side. It sailed over the Phillies’ dugout, and it was headed right for a Pirates fan sitting with his son.

    Big League Stew
  • Ranking all 32 NFL teams by likability

    All kinds of things affect the way we think about other people’s teams. Fans, for example. As a neutral, you can’t like a team if you don’t enjoy being around its fans. Uniforms, too. Hard for neutrals to root for an eyesore. Good ownership is also important, and the team is question has to be fun to watch. Not necessarily good, just fun. Surprising. Interesting. Mix all that stuff up and you come out with the neutral’s likability rankings. The order goes from most likable, to least… 1. Green Bay Packers Unless you’re a Bears fan, everyone loves the Packers — a massive feat considering how consistently good they are. The small town, rich in history, publicly-owned franchise represents the best

    For The Win
  • When the going gets tough. Why Get a Loan From Us?

    When the going gets tough. Why Get a Loan From Us?

    We keep the tough going with 2,300 convenient locations, 6,500 helpful employees & a 97% customer satisfaction rating. Talk about strength in numbers.

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  • Guanabara Bay water still overrun by sewage as Rio Olympics loom

    RIO DE JANEIRO – Luiz Goldfeld was excited in 2009 when he heard the Olympics were coming to Rio de Janeiro and the sailing events would take place on Guanabara Bay. Goldfeld, now 48, loves sports, especially sailing, and was eager to watch some of the events from his houseboat at a picturesque marina on the bay. With the Brazilian economy booming and opportunities seeming endless, he thought the arrival of the Games would spark a long-needed push to clean up a bay that is as unpleasant to the nose as it is picturesque to the eye. “It smelled like (expletive) because it was full of (expletive),” Goldfeld told USA TODAY Sports. “I thought this was a chance to do something for the legacy. I don’t

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  • Dion Waiters gets a lot less money than he was expecting with the Heat

    Dion Waiters has agreed to a one-year deal with the Heat worth $2.9 million, The Associated Press reported, which is, like, a lot less than he was hoping for. In November it was reported he had interest in signing with the 76ers and figured he could get "a [very lucrative] contract." Then when free agency began at the beginning of the month, the Oklahoman‘s Anthony Slater reported that Waiters could get a $12 million to $16 million per year contract. It's likely why Waiters never accepted the qualifying offer from the Thunder that would have guaranteed him $6.8 million for this season.

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  • Team Sky: Culture of winning

    Team Sky: Culture of winning

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  • 2016 Dodge Trucks

    2016 Dodge Trucks

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  • Russia Escapes Blanket Ban on Participating in 2016 Olympics

    The International Olympic Committee has voted not to impose a blanket ban on Russia's participating in this summer’s Olympics in Rio de Janeiro over the country's state-directed cover-up of doping by its athletes. In a statement released today, the IOC declined to impose a total collective ban as recommended earlier by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA), instead requesting that the international federation for each Olympic sport should evaluate which Russian athletes can be considered clean enough to compete. Those athletes from Russia’s national Olympic team wishing to compete will now have to pass examination by the international federation of their sport, meeting criteria set by the federations themselves that will prove they are clean.

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  • Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks on Jimmy Vesey's 'short list'

    Peter Donatelli, Jimmy Vesey's agent, told Scott Powers of The Athletic the Chicago Blackhawks are indeed on his client's "short list" of teams to speak with once he hits the open market Aug. 15. HAWKS **Vesey has Hawks on 'short list' (SCH) **Hawks' scout advantage is one way to spend beyond salary cap (SCH) **Who could join Toews on top line? (SCH) CENTRAL DIVISION **Should Wild trade for Capitals' Kuznetsov? (HW) NHL **Schenn, Flyers agree to 4-year, $20.5 million deal (BSH) **Leafs sign Corrado to 1-year deal (PPP) **Leafs avoid arbitration, sign Holland (PPP) **Bishop to return to ice Tuesday for first time since injury (theScore) **Jackets sign d-man Harrington (PHT) **Ducks sign former

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  • Iowa State DB Nigel Tribune arrested for OWI

    Iowa State dB Nigel Tribune (34) has started 26 games in three seasons. A starter on Iowa State’s defense was arrested over the weekend. According to the Des Moines Register, defensive back Nigel Tribune was booked for OWI early Sunday morning in Ames.

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  • "Shark Tank" Star's Brilliant Mortgage Payoff Tip

    "Shark Tank" Star's Brilliant Mortgage Payoff Tip

    Star of "Shark Tank" shares 3 crucial rules on paying off mortgage. Homeowners interested in paying off mortgage ASAP, have to read this now.

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  • International player goes out on top, retires after winning NBA title in lone season

    Sasha Kaun is retiring from professional basketball just five weeks after winning a championship with the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Russian center who won an NCAA title with the Kansas Jayhawks eight years ago told the Lawrence Journal-World's Gary Bedore that his first season in the NBA would be his last: Kaun said he started thinking seriously about retirement "toward the end of the season. I kind of feel my ankle has been bothering me awhile. With the amount of pain I was going through, I just wanted to be done. It's something I've had all my career," he added of right ankle problems. "It was definitely getting worse and worse, year by year. Especially coming here (one year in NBA after seven

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  • Johnny Cueto annoyed with Royals after White House snub

    Johnny Cueto played a key role in the Royals World Series win, but wasn’t invited to the White House celebration. According to the San Jose Mercury News, Johnny Cueto, who pitched a shutout for Kansas City in Game 2 of the World Series before joining the San Francisco Giants in the offseason, was also not extended an invitation to the event. And, like Gomes, he’s not happy about it.

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  • NHRA: John Force, Tony Schumacher earn first wins in over a year

    John Force and Tony Schumacher earn their first wins in over a year Sunday at Denver.

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  • Final Goodbye - 'She Was The Love of My Life'

    Final Goodbye - 'She Was The Love of My Life'

    Burt Opens Up Finally About Sally Relationship.

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  • Kyle Busch scores second consecutive win at Indianapolis

    Kyle Busch never gave the field a chance in the 23rd running of the Combat Wounded Coalition 400 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Busch started on the pole and led 149 of the 170-lap race to score his second straight win at the Brickyard. A restart with two laps to go and then two overtime attempts couldn’t deny Busch, who drove away his Joe Gibbs Racing teammate Matt Kenseth and Jimmie Johnson. Denny Hamlin finished fourth with Kyle Larson rounding out the top five. It was a dominating and historical performance as no driver had previously swept the weekend by winning both pole positions and race in the Xfinity and Sprint Cup Series. Sunday’s victory was the fourth of the 2016 season for Busch

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  • Video: Dudes can't stop dunking on Andre Drummond at the Drew League

    Andre Drummond hasn’t had this much pie on his face since the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards. Maybe it was payback for the vicious block Andre Drummond unleashed on a Danish child in June. Andre Drummond is a savage.

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  • ESPN thinks the Patriots have 4 of the most important free agents of 2017

    ESPN ranked their 25 most important unrestricted free agents of 2017, with a bonus 4 honorable mentions, and the Patriots absolutely crush the list. Note that this doesn’t include restricted free agents like cornerback Malcolm Butler and the Patriots still have four players on the list. Oh, and former Patriots edge defender Chandler Jones ranked 9th, too. Needless to say, head coach Bill Belichick and director of player personnel Nick Caserio have done a tremendous job of adding talent over the years. Linebacker Jamie Collins ranks 6th due to his sheer athleticism. “Collins is among the best coverage linebackers in football, but he also has upside as a pass-rusher (5.5 sacks last season),” ESPN

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  • Summer Topknot How-To

    Summer Topknot How-To

    As told by Jade Kendle of Lipstickncurls.

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  • Inter insist captain will not be sold to Napoli

    Inter director Piero Ausilio has seemingly shot down Napoli's chances of signing Mauro Icardi, insisting that the Nerazzurri captain is unsellable. The 23-year-old is the Partenopei's prime target to replace the Juventus-bound Gonzalo Higuain, and Icardi's entourage had been in contact with Napoli over the past few days regarding a possible move. "Icardi will remain at Inter, our position is very clear," he told Fcinternews.it.

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  • Did Red Wings overpay Danny DeKeyser with 6-year deal?

    The Detroit Red Wings signed 26-year-old defenseman Danny DeKeyser to a six-year, $30-million deal on Tuesday that carries a $5 million cap hit. Did the Red Wings overpay here? DeKeyser, 26, has established himself as a top-four regular since being signed out of university in the spring of 2013.

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  • Should Fantasy Football Players Use The Zero RB Strategy?

    Every Monday, the FOX Sports Fantasy team will answer a big question heading into fantasy football season. For today, we discuss handcuffing and the "Zero RB" strategy. 1. Which top-20 RB would you feel most obligated to handcuff? More from FoxSports Ryan Fowler (@FOXSportsFowler): I'm taking Le'Veon Bell out of the conversation due to the potential four-game suspension and eagerness of most owners to gobble up DeAngelo Williams in earlier rounds now. I really liked Karlos Williams' position behind LeSean McCoy before Williams' was slapped with four-game timeout. So, with those two equations known, I wouldn't sleep on Tevin Coleman behind Devonta Freeman. As this article clearly states, there

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  • Set Your Dream In Motion

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  • Russia decision 'justice' for clean athletes - Chiller

    Australia Chef de Mission Kitty Chiller believes the IOC made the right decision not to impose a blanket ban on Russian athletes for Rio 2016.

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  • Mike Piazza's Hall of Fame plaque mentions his post-9/11 homer

    There are a lot of outstanding moments from Mike Piazza’s Hall of Fame career that could have been mentioned on his Cooperstown plaque. Led Mets to the 2000 Subway Series, and helped rally a nation one year later with his dramatic home run in the first Mets game in New York following the 9/11 attacks. Piazza’s post-9/11 homer, which he hit on September 21, 2001, was a defining moment of his career.

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  • Ronaldo shows no sign of injury while hanging with Conor McGregor

    Cristiano Ronaldo may not be ready for the UEFA Super Cup, but he’s no longer limping around. To explore the Real Madrid superstar’s Instagram is to see Ronaldo, sometimes clothed, hanging out with celebrities. In the last couple weeks we’ve seen him with Eva Longoria, Jennifer Lopez, and now his “bro” Conor McGregor. Wait, what? Yeah, Ronaldo is friends with the MMA star, and showed no ill form (and no brace of any kind) in several posed photos with McGregor. Although admittedly, McGregor’s IG game is a bit better: The Irish fighter posted a photo of himself sunning in his briefs with the caption, “I’m gonna get him on the Forbes list by next year. But I’m gonna get him on the tan by next week.”

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  • NASCAR executive on Indy: ‘We’ve got to put on the racing people want to see’

    While attendance figures are not announced, The Indianapolis Star reported that Sunday’s crowd “might not have topped 50,000’’ at a track that has more than 250,000 permanent seats. On the crowd, O’Donnell said: “Certainly we would like to see more fans in the stands.

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