April 25, 1969

Birthday of sportscaster and analyst, Joe Buck from St. Louis.


March 26, 1953

St. Louis steelworker Sonny Liston had only been boxing for eight months when, on this date, he won the Golden Gloves heavyweight crown.


January 20, 1935

Pro basketball player and Mizzou coach Stormin’ Norman Stewart was born in Shelby County.


January 15, 1967

The Kansas City Chiefs appeared in the nation’s very first Super Bowl.


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November 15, 1915

On this date, Sikeston High School toppled Kennett in football, 147-0.


November 8, 1954

The American League approved the transfer of Philadelphia’s Athletics to Kansas City. 


October 31, 1891

The University of Missouri football team played the Kansas Jayhawks for the first time beginning one of the oldest football rivalry in the nation. It ended in 2012 when Missouri joined the SEC and Kansas refused to play against Missouri.


October 2, 1926

It was the opening day of the World Series where St. Louis Cardinals faced off against the New York Yankees. This was the first World Series ever for the St. Louis Cardinals.  


September 10, 1934

Baseball Hall of Famer Roger Maris was born on this day. He played for both the Kansas City Royals and St. Louis Cardinals.