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.
Mark Saxon, The Athletic St. Louis, joins Bernie and Michelle for his weekly chat on the Cardinals. We revisit the top stories of the day in today's "Back Page." Plus, Chris Zimmerman, St. Louis Blues President & CEO of Business Operations, joins Bernie and Michelle to talk about the rapid re-branding of St. Louis as a sports town.
The Cardinals completed a comeback over Colorado last night, beating the Rockies 6-5 at Busch Stadium. We talk about last night's win for the Cardinals in today's "Redbird Review." Dexter Fowler had the big hit last night. Bernie and Michelle talk about how Fowler's season has been flying under the radar. Plus, "Boiling Point, Part 1."
Bernie talks about members of the local government that can't seem to understand how a professional sports franchise can benefit a city in today's "Bernie Bits." Bernie and Michelle talk about why NFL preseason football is useless. Carolyn Kindle Betz, MLS4theLou, joins Bernie and Michelle to talk about an amazing week for the city of St. Louis. Plus, "Boiling Point, Part 2."
We talk about Bill Armstrong's day with Lord Stanley in today's "Back Page." Will Power, IndyCar Series, joins Bernie in-studio to preview the 2019 Bommarito Automotive Group 500. Plus, Bernie and Michelle talk about the rapid re-brand of St. Louis as a sports town in the wake of the Rams leaving the city.
We hear some hilarious sound from Nick Castellanos and Mike Leach in today's "Bernie Bits." Bernie and Michelle talk about how Mike Shildt has moved Matt Carpenter ahead of Tommy Edman in his "That's My Guy Power Rankings." Jeremy Rutherford, The Athletic St. Louis, talks all things Blues with Bernie and Michelle during his weekly visit with the show. Plus, we hear from our listeners on what they think about the St. Louis BattleHawks, the XFL, and football returning to St. Louis.
The XFL unveiled the names and colors for all 8 franchises on Wednesday, and we found out our franchise will be called the "St. Louis BattleHawks." The Cardinals were unable to complete the sweep of the Brewers last night at Busch Stadium, and we talk about it in today's "Redbird Review." Sean Kelley, voice of college football on ESPN Radio, joins Bernie and Michelle for his weekly chat on all things college football. Plus, Bernie and Michelle talk about the XFL names/color unveil from yesterday.
We continue to relive a special day for soccer in St. Louis in today's "Bernie Bits." Harrison Bader was great in his first game back from Memphis. Bernie and Michelle talk about his big game, and what it means for the Cardinals moving forward. Peter Vermes, head coach of Sporting Kansas City, joins Bernie and Michelle to talk about St. Louis landing the latest MLS franchise. Plus, "Ask Bernie."
The Cardinals took game 2 of their series against the Brewers last night, beating Milwaukee 9-4. Harrison Bader had a splashy return from Memphis, and we talk about it in today's "Redbird Review." Yesterday was a special day in St. Louis, as news became official of the MLS awarding the city with the 28th franchise. Bernie and Michelle recap the presentation at The Palladium. Plus, "You're Killing Me Smalls."
John Clayton, Pro Football Hall of Fame Writer, joins us for his weekly chat on the NFL. We talk about Lord Stanley's missed flight in today's "Back Page." Plus, we talk about how the sports landscape of St. Louis has rapidly changed in the wake of the Rams leaving town.
Taylor Twellman, ESPN Soccer Analyst and native St. Louisan, joins Bernie and Michelle to talk his excitement surrounding the MLS officially coming to St. Louis. We talk about Drew Lock's minor hand injury in today's "Bernie Bits." Will Leitch, Seeing Red Podcast and MLB.com, joins Bernie and Michelle for his weekly Cardinals chat. Plus, we hear from our listeners on what they think the name of this MLS team should be.
We talk about Vladimir Tarasenko and Doug Armstrong's days with Lord Stanley in today's "Back Page." Bernie and Michelle question whether or not the Cardinals actually want to win the NL Central. Plus, we revisit our conversation with Taylor Twellman from earlier in the show about the MLS officially coming to St. Louis.