When I saw the opportunity to catch Albert Pujols’ first game back at Busch Stadium since 2011, I snatched the best available tickets — at the best available price, of course — and ventured through up rain-soaked I-44 up to St. Louis.
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Offense came early and often for the Joplin Outlaws as they ran away with an 18-1 run-rule victory over MINK League foe Ozark on Tuesday night at Meadow Park in Springfield.
Attempting to grow the sport in the region while also showcasing area athletes, the Southwest Missouri Vault Club hosted a free pole vault exhibition and youth clinic on Monday night inside Webb City High School’s Cardinal Stadium.
Joplin High School graduate Charlie Brown has signed a free agent contract to play professional basketball with BG Topstar Leitershofen/Stadtbergen in Germany.
MIAMI, Okla. — Although storms were on the horizon in Ottawa County on a hot, humid and windy evening, a long, winding line of hundreds of local residents patiently waited their turn to meet the man who helped popularize the loud, crowd-pleasing world of monster truck racing.
The Joplin Outlaws and Nevada Griffons will be well-represented at the 2019 MINK League All-Star Game on Wednesday night at Phil Welch Stadium in St. Joseph.
CARTHAGE, Mo. — Tie-down calf roper J.C. King showed Carthage rodeo fans on Friday why he’s currently among the top money winners in the American Cowboys Rodeo Association.
Over his last three collegiate seasons with the Missouri Southern Lions, Mike Million spent the majority of his time roaming the outfield at Warren Turner Field.
After a year away from in-ring competition, Jesse “Left Hook” Cook will resume his professional boxing career next month.
Roger Doman spent the better part of eight years throughout the 1990s waking up and heading to the ballpark to put on his jersey before making a living on the mound.
Cori Reid has stepped down as athletics director at Neosho High School to return to her former role as an assistant athletics director at Missouri Southern, the Globe learned Saturday.
The Major League Baseball trade deadline is July 31, and many clubs are in the process of determining who they want to trade or who they want to obtain.
Growing up, Joplin Outlaws outfielder Mike Million relished each opportunity he had to meet and learn from the older baseball players in his St. Louis hometown.
Incredible. That’s the word JC Shelton used to describe his Kansas Shrine Bowl experience. A recently-graduated senior from Galena High School, Shelton suited up for the East squad at the prestigious Kansas Shrine Bowl on Saturday at Memorial Stadium in Dodge City.
Taking a closer look at Frontenac softball coach Cassie Rhuems’ two state softball title runs, there are some notable similarities between both journeys.
The Joplin Outlaws scored early and played add-on in the middle innings on the way to a 5-3 non-league win over the Ozark Wild on Saturday at Joe Becker Stadium.
The Joplin Outlaws got back into the win column with a 5-3 victory over the Springfield Cobras behind a strong performance from left-handed pitcher Dalton Weaver on Friday at Joe Becker Stadium.
After a stellar season on the mound in his sophomore year at Crowder, right-handed pitcher Ross Carver was rewarded by being selected in the 23rd round by the Texas Rangers in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday.
An early season skid continued for the Joplin Outlaws on Tuesday night as they were swept by the St. Joseph Mustangs in a MINK League doubleheader at Joe Becker Stadium.
While the spring high school baseball season has officially concluded, area athletes and coaches are already back on the field with next year's campaign in mind.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Pittsburg State University junior track & field and football standout Levi Wyrick was named the MIAA Ken B. Jones Award winner as the conference’s Male Student-Athlete of the Year on Monday at the 2018-19 MIAA Awards Celebration at the Truman Forum Auditorium.
When Tanner Lane enrolled at Pittsburg State University last fall, the Webb City High School graduate wasn’t sure if his college baseball career would continue or if his playing days were behind him.
This Week's Circulars
CARTHAGE, MO - Samantha Lyn Harr, 34, passed away Thursday, June 20, 2019. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at First Christian Church, Carthage. Visitation will be from 10 to 11 a.m. Friday at the church.
NEOSHO, MO - Max E. Chester, 86, a former Milnot Company employee, passed away Monday, June 24, 2019. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday, at Swars Prairie Baptist Church, Seneca, MO.
NEOSHO, MO - Lois Ann Schafer, 80 a clinical psychologist, passed away Sunday, June 23, 2019. Memorial visitation will be from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday at Medicalodges Neosho.
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