Archive for: January, 2016

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Winning Streak’s Top 5 St. Louis Pro Wrestling Moments

St. Louis has a long, proud history as a hub for pro wrestling. From the classic days of Wrestling at the Chase to the modern day WWE pay-per-views and various independent wrestling events held in the St. Louis Metro Area, wrestling tradition runs deep in the Gateway City. Here are Winning Streak’s top 5 pro…

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Albert Pujols

Albert Pujols: the Jekyll and Hyde of Mega Deals

Salaries in baseball are going up, up, up. This has been going on for ages, but the influx of TV money has hastened contract inflation league-wide. A 100-million dollar contract was unheard of when the Dodgers signed Kevin Brown in 1998. Since then, we’ve seen Albert Pujols, Robinson Cano, A-Rod (twice), Max Scherzer, Prince Fielder,…

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Sushi

Off the Wall Big Game Snacks

The Big Game is right around the corner. If you’re having a big game party, chances are some familiar faces will be gracing your guests’ paper plates: buffalo wings, chips and dip, potato skins, maybe cocktail wieners. If you don’t want to lose guests to other parties or the bar scene, try and think outside…

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Citi Field

Mets Offseason: Not Flashy, but Still Solid

Over the last few years, the Mets have caught quite a bit of flack from fans for skimping on payroll. Rightfully so, as for most of that time the Mets have operated in the largest market in the game like a dirt poor small market club. Naturally, after a World Series berth, fans assumed spending…

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Mets at Orioles 8/18/15

Is Cespedes a Good Investment for the Cards?

April is nearly over, and Yoenis Cespedes, the Cuban sensation who carried the Mets on his back to a World Series appearance, is still a free agent. The other top outfield bats Jason Heyward and Justin Upton found new homes while Alex Gordon went home. Still, Cespedes is a man without a team and all…

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