The Bernie Miklasz Show is the top-rated morning drive spoken word show in St. Louis, covering the latest local and national sports stories. Bernie brings more than thirty years of experience to his show, and he's never short on opinion.
We recap an eventful Thursday Night Football game between the Chiefs and Chargers. We revisit our favorite interviews and stories from the Winter Meetings in Las Vegas this week. Plus, "Boiling Point."
We revisit Mike Shildt's comments from Wednesday's press conference at the Winter Meetings. Tony La Russa and Chris "Mad Dog" Russo go at it about the validity of Harold Baines' Hall of Fame admittance. We run through this week's edition of "NFL Truth or Trap." Plus, "Ask Bernie."
Both Mike Shildt and Scott Boras held court at the Winter Meetings in Las Vegas. Boras made it a point to specifically call out the Cardinals for how much money they really have. Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic joins us to talk Blues. Plus, "You're Killing Me Smalls."
We talk with Derrick Goold of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, who is live in Las Vegas for the Winter Meetings. Lindsay Jones of The Athletic joins us to talk all things NFL Week 15. Whispers have become louder and louder surrounding a possible expansion of the College Football Playoff.
Joe Maddon is not happy that Paul Goldschmidt is joining the NL Central. Bernie theorizes why the Cardinals should make a play for Kluber in Cleveland. ESPN MLB Studio Host Adnan Virk joins Bernie and Michelle to talk all things Winter Meetings. Plus, "Ask Bernie."
The Blues win their first game after their midseason practice fight, beating the Panthers 4-3 at home. Are we sure this is a good thing? The slow MLB offseason is starting to look a lot like the last MLB offseason. Why are things slowing down in free agency year after year? Plus, "You're Killing Me, Smalls."
Ken Rosenthal thinks that Harper-to-St. Louis is becoming more and more unlikely, which affirms how Bernie and Michelle felt after their interview with Bill DeWitt Jr. yesterday. Dan O'Neill joins us to talk about the current state of the Blues, as well as his new book: "When the Blues Go Marching In: An Illustrated Timeline of St. Louis Blues Hockey."
Mark Saxon of The Athletic joins us live from Las Vegas. Paul Goldschmidt continues to say all the right things. Steve Berthiaume is the voice of the Arizona Diamondbacks, and he has watched more Paul Goldschmidt games than just about everyone in media. He joins the show to talk about the Cardinals new All-Star first baseman.