RPJ Betting Syndicate


Utah at Oregon St. = Money making opportunity II

Here is where the syndicate stands right now:

We loaded up the Brinks truck on LSU vs. Mississippi St….Most of our cash is in at 18.5 and we threw some more coinage on it when it dropped to 18. The last time I checked today the spread was 19.5. We would not be surprised to see this go off at kickoff in the 21 point range. LSU will crush them.

Our second game of the night is Oregon St. (-6.5) at home against Utah. This is a nice game when you give less than 7 points. We expect it to be a two touchdown or more win but under 7 is a steal. Oregon St. returns 18 starters form the team that beat USC last year and this squad is always tough at home. Oregon St. has one of the best offensive lines in college football if not the best line in the nation. In 2006, Oregon St. outscored opponents 129 to 55 in the first quarter and we expect hem to get off to a fast start and it will simply be too much for Utah too handle in a hostile environment.

College football is finally here and we are pumped up.

Let us know through the comment board if you ever want our thoughts on any particular game. We are here to share our insights for now so we can prove to you that our methodology successfully picks winners and will help keep you ahead of the vig. We do not believe that football is about picking winners and losers in every game; we are here to find the favorable spreads and situations that other people are glancing over or taking for granted. We might have weeks where we pick zero or one game but we will have others where we will pick 10 if we see opportunities. Stay tuned for more commentary on this weekend and Monday’s games. We are watching the lines and will pounce when the opportunity is there. Also, we always put our money where our mouth is and will share the wins and the losses with all of our followers.

Flash Flash and Runny

August 30, 2007 Posted by | Beavers, Betting, ESPN, Football, Les Miles, LSU, LSU Tigers, Mississippi, NCAA, ncaa football, Oregon State, Pac-10, Sports, USC, USC Trojans, Utah, Utah Utes | Leave a comment

LSU vs. Miss St. – Load up the Brinks Truck…. It is time to steal some money!!!!

Every year there is one game that simply jumps off the oddsmakers boards and screams at you to load up the farm and bet the bank. These are usually games where Vegas just does not know all the teams yet and makes a blatant error. Last year the easiets line all year was USC at Arkansas. I think USC was favored by a TD. Well we know how that blowout ended. The game was not even competititve. So guess what….we see a similar game this year already….LSU (-18.5) at Mississippi St. Danny Sheridan opened this line at -16.5 and it quickly moved up to 17.5 and now up to 18.5. Well we do not care. This should be a blowout and here is why:

LSU is 7-0 against the spread in away games at Miss St. since 1992.
LSU is 9-1 against the spread in their last ten against Missippi St. and the lone loss is last year’s debacle when Les Miles put in all his scrubs and played prevent, I mean no defense, and let Miss. St. get back into the game after running out to a 35-0 lead in the 2nd quarter. Also, last year was a classic “Nebraska syndrome” game. The Nebraksa syndrome is when a team is playing a weaker opponent at home and is in front a large home crowd and all of their largest boosters and is winning and the coach decides to not only put out the second string but puts out the 3rd, 4th and 5th strings as well so that the boosters can see everybody play and probably some of their own kids get some action at home in front of home crowd. LSU fell victim to the Nebraksa syndrome last year against Miss. St and this year we are more confident they will cover because it is on the road.

Here are the scores in their last 6 games:
LSU 48-17
LSU 37-7
LSU 51-0
LSU 41-6
LSU 31-13
LSU 42-0
Average score = LSU 42 Miss St. 7

Yup the difference is 35 points and that is where this spread should be. LSU has incredible talent on both sides of the ball and Miss St. simply can not hang with this team.

Just to throw it out there…here is what one naysayer wants to let you believe (I think it must be from a bookie who has the wrong side of the line), just kidding. The quote is from an LSU insider website called www.dandydon.com. The quote was posted on August 26 at 7:10AM.

While most Tiger fans believe that the game against Mississippi State is going to be like taking candy from a baby, that might not be the case if you take a look at the way MSU finished the 2006 season. The last five games of last season MSU lost 27-24 at Georgia, lost 34-31 to Kentucky, defeated Alabama 24-16 at Alabama (in my opinion the lost to MSU is what cost Mike Shula his job at Alabama), lost to Arkansas 28-14, and lost at Ole Miss 20-17. LSU played four of these same five teams and defeated Kentucky 49-0, defeated Ole Miss 23-20 in overtime, defeated Alabama 28-14 and Arkansas 31-26. The strength of the MSU team will be on offense with nine returning starters. Anthony Dixon returns at running back and is one of the best in the league. The Bulldogs return five starters in the offensive line led by center Royce Blackledge. Junior Michael Henig is the starting quarterback at MSU and does some things very well but is not very mobile. Mississippi State only returns five starters on a defense that gave up an average of 309 yards and 26 points per game in 2006.

We just wanted to show you that there are other opinions out there that this will not be a blowout. We said our piece and this is a great opportunity to start the NCAA season on a winning note.

Flash Flash and Runny

August 29, 2007 Posted by | Arkansas Razorbacks, Betting, ESPN, Football, Gambling, Les Miles, LSU, LSU Tigers, Mississippi, NCAA, ncaa football, Pac-10, SEC, Uncategorized, USC, USC Trojans, Vegas, Winning Picks | Leave a comment

NFL Preview: A gambler’s intro to making money

The Vegas odds on the NFL season have finally arrived and we wanted to point out to you some of the simple techniques we use to consistently make money. Lets take a look at the over/under win total for each team:

NFC East
Dallas – 9
Philly – 9
NYG- 8
Skins – 7.5

Carolina – 9
NO – 9
ATL – 7.5
TB – 7

Bears – 10
GB – 7.5
MINN – 6.5
Det – 6

Seattle – 9
SF – 7.5
St. Louis – 7.5
Zona – 7

AFC East
NE – 11.5
NYJ – 8
Miami – 7
Bills – 6

Indy – 10.5
Jacksonville – 9
TENN – 7
Houston – 6.5

Baltimore – 9
Pitt – 9
Cincy – 9
Cle – 5.5

SD – 10.5
Denver – 9.5
KC – 7.5
Oak 5

Simply put…Vegas is saying that the Patriots are the best team at 11.5 wins and the Raiders are the worst team at 5 wins. Why are the over/under win totals important? These early lines are the backbone for how Vegas is going to set their point lines this year.

Lets break down these win totals from a historic perspective:

NFL teams that won 11 or more games
6 year average – 6.83333

Why is this important? Well on average for the upcoming 2007 NFL season there will be 6.8 teams that win 11 or more games. Vegas right now is only saying that the Pats will win more than 11 games and has the Colts and Chargers at 10.5, close but not 11. Plain and simple numbers are saying that there should be 6.8 teams that win 11 or more games and Vegas only has one team identified that can do this. Even if you take the low numbers of 5 teams from 2002 and 2006, that still means there are 4 chances to beat these numbers.

NFL Teams that won 5 games or less in a season
2006= 6
year average – 7.66666

This stat is even more telling. Vegas has only one team at 5 wins and this stat says that on average, over the last 6 years, there will be 7.6 teams that win 5 games or less. Again this is creating a money making opportunity to find the 6-7 other teams besides the Raiders that will win only 5 games or less. These will be easy under bets.

So to start off this betting year we have identified 11 betting opportunities where we feel Vegas is off by 3 games under or over.

Lets look at the over opportunites. We have spotted 5 opportunities to beat Vegas:

1) Bears – The Bears have an easy schedule and play in a weak division. We think they will win 14 games and Vegas only thinks they will win 10.

2) Saints – The Saints are also in an easy division and Vegas has them tied with Carolina with 9 wins. We think this is a joke and the Saints ar emuch better and will win the conference and come in with 13 wins.

3) Rams – Vegas has this high flying time under .500 at 7.5. C’mon now. S. Jackson will tear it up this year and the offense will be tough to stop with Drew Bennett and Randy McMichael as new additions. Rams win 11 games and the division.

4) Bengals – The Bengals play in a tough division but we think they have a favorable schedule and will win 13 games. Vegas has them at 9.

5) Chargers – We think the Chargers are the best team in the AFC and play in an easy division. This team will be on a mission. We see them at 15-1 and Vegas has them only at 10.5 wins.

Now for the fun stuff and finding the teams that will stink up the joint this year. It is amazing to us that Vegas only put one team at 5 wins. We see 6 money making opportunities for betting unders.

1) Vikings – Vegas puts this team at 6.5. We are laughing hysterically at this pick. Go look for yourself and find even 3 games you think they will win. We think this is the worst team in the league and will be lucky to win more than one game.

2) Atlanta – This speaks for itself. This team is a mess following the Vick legal mess. Vegas thinks they win 7.5 games and we think it looks more like 2. Go find 8 wins on this teams schedule. WE DARE YOU!!!!!

3) Tampa Bay – Vegas puts this team at 7 wins. Lets take a look….No RBs, no WRs, a gay QB and lame duck coach. 7 wins…..we think it will be more like 4.

4) Miami – The Trent Green experiment will go as sour as a Cleo Lemon. Vegas put this win total at 7 wins. We sharted ourselves laughing so hard that the experts think they can win 7 games. We think they will win one game.

5) Houston – Vegas put this team at 6.5 wins. The Matt Schaub experiment showed us all that he is a born loser. He might have put up some stats in the past but he sure knows how to lose and he will not enjoy throwing behind that line that ran Carr out of town. They will be lucky to win more than 3 games.

6) KC Chiefs – This team is the Raiders with Larry Johnson and a worse Defense. Vegas thinks they can win 7.5 games and we think 7.5 is the number of coaching mistakes Herm Edwards will average during each game. Chiefs might win 2 games this year.

So there you have it. We outlined where we think Vegas has made mistakes and we are putting our money where our predictions are. The Rams are probably the hottest pick going right now so you probably want to jump on that one before the lines move too much.

Flash Flash and Runny

August 25, 2007 Posted by | 49ers, Atlanta Falcons, Bears, Bengals, Betting, Bills, Broncos, Browns, Buccaneers, Cardinals, Chargers, Chiefs, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, Falcons, Gambling, Giants, Jaguars, Jets, Lions, NFL, Packers, Panthers, Patriots, Raiders, Rams, Ravens, Redskins, Saints, Seahawks, Steelers, Texans, Titans, Uncategorized, Vegas, Vick, Vikings | 1 Comment

UFC 74: Let’s make some more money!!!!!

Just to brag and put it out there…I was 4-0-1 with my picks during UFC 73 and am 7-3-1 on the season. There are some great fights and money making opportunities for UFC 74 so lets make some more coinage. KACHING!!!!

Babalu -280 versus Heath +210 – I am surprised this line is this close. Heath was terrible against Machida in his last fight and has a lot to prove. I think babalu will be too tough for him. Sobral’s back is against the wall since he has lost his last two. I think Sobral knows what he needs to do to regain his competitive spirit and he is up to the task.

Huerta -400 versus Crane +300 – Both of these guys come in undefeated. Here I am going with the guy who has the most experience in the UFC Octagon and that is Huerta. This is Crane’s UFC debut and he will not be ready for the attention.

Grove -240 versus Cote +190 – Never bet on a french canadian. I am taking Grove all the way. Cote is also 1-4 in the UFC. He does not know how to prepare for these fights and will lose. Grove is on a 4 fight win streak and Da Spyder is gonna beat some ass in this one and is 8 inches taller. Down with the French.

Frank Mir -185 versus Hardonk +145 – I refuse to bet on anybody from Hollland. frank Mir all the way.

Joe Stevenson -300 versus Pellegrino +220 – Stevenson will win this easily. He has surrounded himself with top notch fighters to train and to remove the label that he is a bad trainer and is lazy. He is 3-0 in his last three fights, one by cut and two by submission. With Sherk’s suspension, the belt might be up for grabs and Dana White indicated he might give Stevenson a shot at it if he can impress in this fight. Stevenson has been through a lot and I think he has matured and is ready to take this fight with ease.

GSP -260 versus Koschek +200 – I am all over Koschek in this fight for two reasons. One, and this is very important, never ever bet on a French Canadian. That should be self explanatory. Two, Koschek is really jacked up for this fight. Just look at this grouping of quotes:

According to Koscheck, that toughness shows up on fight night. “I think that the mind is 99 percent of it,” he said. “Because if you believe more than that person, and you feel like you want to just keep going and keep going and your mind keeps pushing you, I believe you’ll win. At this level, especially with me and George, because we’re probably two of the best athletes in the UFC, you’re gonna get to see a lot of speed, a lot of power, a lot of technique, and a lot of skill. We both have that, so now it’s a question of who’s going to have the mental edge. Who’s gonna break first, and who’s gonna impose their will on the other person?” “If you look at the past history of Georges St-Pierre, he said the reason he lost against Matt Hughes was because he was fighting his idol,” recalls Koscheck. “You don’t come out and say that. And after the loss he had against Matt Serra, he came out and said he didn’t train, and then came back and said he did train hard and he made a mistake, that type of thing. From the outside looking in, you would obviously think something’s wrong with this kid if he’s making up those kind of stories and that type of thing. But now, I’m glad it’s out because it’s just an advantage for me because I’m mentally tough. I come from a wrestling background so the mental toughness aspect is there, so it’s just a matter of getting my skills to the level that I need to to compete with those guys.” “I don’t give two s**ts about Georges St-Pierre,” said Koscheck without hesitation. “That’s where you’re wrong. Georges is a nice guy, but he’s trying to take food off my table. I’m trying to build a career here. This is something that I want and he’s trying to take that away from me. I don’t care if he’s a nice guy – I’ve got to kick his ass and it’s just that plain and simple. I’ve got to believe that until this fight’s over – &#$# Georges St-Pierre, he’s trying to take my dream away and that’s becoming a UFC champion. I’m not going to let him take that away from me. Maybe after the fight’s over, I’ll believe differently, but right now, my mindset is that he’s trying to take food off my table and take a dream away from me, so he’s the enemy right now as far as I’m concerned.”

That pretty much sums it up. Koschek is here to beat some ass and to not make excuses. The workouts he put himself through were insane and he is coming to fight. Take Koschek as the underdog and you will be really happy.

Couture +100 versus Gonzaga -130 – This one is pretty fascinating and should be an interesting fight. I see it going one of two ways. One is a quick knockout of Couture just like he did with Cro Cop and the other is Couture grindong down Gonzaga over the course of a long fight and eventually pounding him out. So for this one I think the most likely scenario is Couture grinding down Gonzaga and here is why:

– Couture has been in this position before. He has fought as the main card in a UFC event, he has been champion, he understands how to balance his training versus his press commitments versus all the distractions Vegas has to offer. this is all new to Gonzaga and he does not know how to handle it. Couture knows he has to be highly disciplined, knows he is a better wrestler and knows he has to stay away from Gonzaga’s Jiu jitsu and he knows he can do this. Couture has shown before that he can control the fight to go the way he wants it to.

I do think Gonzaga is super talented and does match up great in this fight. I simply think Couture is the smarter fighter, has been here before and therefore will be the better prepared fighter.

So there are my picks. If you are going to bet these fights one thing you have to do is to watch the weigh ins. The weigh ins tell a lot about a fighter’s mindset, how he looks, how he acts, is he calm, etc… the most recent example is Rampage versus Chuck. You could tell at weigh in that Chuck wanted no part of rampage. So make sure you watch the weigh ins and bet accordingly or to back up the beliefs you have already. I might be back to comment on the weigh ins if I see anything again. Good luck.. I can smell the cash already. I picked 7 fights. I am not recommending a parlay this time but I am pretty confident in these picks and the upsets.

Flash Flash

August 24, 2007 Posted by | Chuck Liddell, Gambling, mma, Rampage Jackson, Sean Sherk, ufc, Ultimate Fighter | 4 Comments

SEC Bias Infiltrates the Coaches Ranks

USA Today put out their annual pre-season NCAA college football coaches poll today and this thing is a joke. Based on this disgrace I am not even going to bother paying attention to this poll this season. The SEC bias as being the toughest and best league in football has now breached the ranks of this poll. Lets take a look to see what I am talking about.

Check out the USA Today Top 25 Coaches’ Poll by clicking here

Now scroll down to the bottom to see who the coaches are in this poll. I am actually going to paste this info in so you can see (Please note names in bold):

The USA TODAY Board of Coaches is made up of 60 head coaches at Division I-A institutions. All are members of the American Football Coaches Association. This season’s board: Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech; Mike Bellotti, Oregon; Bret Bielema, Wisconsin; Larry Blakeney, Troy; Bobby Bowden, Florida State; Tommy Bowden, Clemson; Jeff Bower, Southern Mississippi; Art Briles, Houston; Mack Brown, Texas; Bill Callahan, Nebraska; Neil Callaway, UAB; Lloyd Carr, Michigan; Mario Cristobal, Florida International; Sylvester Croom, Mississippi State; Bill Cubit, Western Michigan; Mark Dantonio, Michigan State; Butch Davis, North Carolina; Bill Doba, Washington State; Randy Edsall, Connecticut; Dennis Franchione, Texas A&M; Phillip Fulmer, Tennessee; Jeff Genyk, Eastern Michigan; Joe Glenn, Wyoming; Jim Grobe, Wake Forest; Dan Hawkins, Colorado; Pat Hill, Fresno State; Steve Kragthorpe, Louisville; Mike Leach, Texas Tech; Rocky Long, New Mexico; Sonny Lubick, Colorado State; Bill Lynch, Indiana; Doug Martin, Kent State; Les Miles, LSU; Shane Montgomery, Miami (Ohio); Hal Mumme, New Mexico State; Joe Novak, Northern Illinois; Houston Nutt, Arkansas; Tom O’Brien, North Carolina State; George O’Leary, Central Florida; Gary Patterson, TCU; Chris Petersen, Boise State; Mark Richt, Georgia; Mike Riley, Oregon State; Rich Rodriguez, West Virginia; Greg Schiano, Rutgers; Howard Schnellenberger, Florida Atlantic; Mark Snyder, Marshall; Frank Solich, Ohio; Steve Spurrier, South Carolina; Rick Stockstill, Middle Tennessee State; Bob Stoops, Oklahoma; Jeff Tedford, California; Joe Tiller, Purdue; Bob Toledo, Tulane; Dick Tomey, San Jose State; Jim Tressel, Ohio State; Tommy Tuberville, Auburn; Charlie Weis, Notre Dame; Tyrone Willingham, Washington; Ron Zook, Illinois.

Ok what did you notice? I noticed 7 SEC coaches are part of this poll, that is more than 10% of the entire group of coaches. Now lets take a look and see how many SEC teams received votes/points:

LSU = 1,372
Florida = 1,278
Georgia = 604
Auburn = 595
Tennessee = 583
Arkansas = 360
South Carolina = 90
Alabama = 16
Kentucky = 1

So what do these numbers tell us? They tell us that the coaches gave points to 9 out of 12 teams in the SEC. This is a complete joke. There were not even 9 SEC teams that finished with an overall winning record last year. Who are these SEC coaches trying to fool? It is more sour grapes and complaining by the likes of Les Miles. These coaches are making excuses for their teams; excuses that their schedules are SOOOOOO hard that they deserve a break at the end of the year and should be playing in meaningful BCS games. Well last time I looked you need to play the schedule and conference games you were dealt and if you perform well in those games than you deserve to play for a title. Instead of the majority of SEC coaches scheduling tough out of conference opponents like Southern Cal, they are taking the easy route and hiding behind the likes of Tulane, Middle Tenn St. and the Louisiana, Lafayettes of the world and saying that their conference schedules are SOOOOOOOO extremely difficult that they can schedule Western Wahoo St. for homecoming to give their players a break. Just look around the country you blinded Southern boys….USC is doing a home and away with Ohio St. Notre Dame is picking up Oklahoma for a series. This is the way to beef up a schedule and to gain respect. These 7 coaches that are part of the USA Today poll are simply trying to raise the profile of their programs and their league and they should be held accountable. Keep in mind this is the same poll that gave Duke (0-12 last year) and Memphis (2-10 last year) points this year. Cocahes’ picks should be made public for all to see.

I can not wait for this season to start and all eyes will be on the CAL/TENN early season matchup to see just how good the SEC and Pac-10 really are. I am hoping Tennessee is the favorite in this game so I can bet the farm on CAL. This is a revenge game and CAl will show up in the first half this time around.

Stay tuned for our NCAA preview and NFL preview picks.

Flash Flash

August 3, 2007 Posted by | Alabama Tide, Arkansas Razorbacks, Auburn Tigers, BCS, Coaches Poll, Duke, Florida, Florida Gators, Football, Kentucky Wildcats, Les Miles, LSU, LSU Tigers, Mississippi, NCAA, ncaa football, Pac-10, Pete Carroll, SEC, South Carolina Gamecocks, Sports, Tennessee, Uncategorized, USC, USC Trojans | 1 Comment

Road Trip 2007: Days 1-3, St. Louis, KC and Route 70

Days 1-3 on my road trip across this great country of our’s is in the books. The trip began in Chicago and ended on day 1 in the Lou. As expected, I hit HORRIBLE traffic as I got closer and closer to the Lou. Construction in Illinois is one of the worse things on the planet. However, this problem was made 10 times worse by idiot drivers. In particular, drivers with Missouri plates. Terrible. Terrible. Terrible. They have no concept of how to properly drive on a highway. I don’t think Missouri drivers learned that the left lane is for passing. I mean no offense to anyone out there from Missouri, but it was a problem I observed throughout IL. It was even worse on Rte 70 in Missouri. I don’t think I’ve ever had road rage like that. The entire state needs to take driver’s ed again.

 Once we reached the Lou, we visited Busch Stadium for the Cards-Cubs. Cubs played terrible and the Cards gave them a beatdown. I have no loyalties to either team, so I was more interested in Busch Stadium. I was not impressed. I went to a game two years ago at old Busch Satdium, which was a hole but typical of the stadiums built during that era. I guess I was expecting more from the new park. I thought the layout was bad. There was no main entry to the stadium announcing its grandness. They should have learned from Comerica and Jacob’s. Also, once I went into the park, you could not walk all the way around your level to see the park. We had tickets on the 200 level, but you had to go up a specific set of stairs to get there. We entered on the firstbase side and went up to our seats only to be told we had to go back down to go back up on the thridbase side. Terrible. Petco made this same mistake.

The seats were fine though. I don’t think there was a bad seat in the place. Also, I did have the best hotdog I’ve ever had in my life at the park. It was unbelievable. Best ever. Beers were good, too. The stadium was nice, but not great. It should be great, so that is why I’m giving it a bad grade.

After the game, we went to our hotel (that will remain nameless). We attempted to get something to eat, but we were told BY THE HOTEL’S WAITRESS that we would be better off going across the street because it would take too long. Terrible. The Lou is 0-2 so far. So, we went across the street to Carmine’s. Great place. They make their own stuffed raviloi. They were phenomenal.

On Day 2, we woke up and toured the city. Visited the Arch. Also, we were heard great things about an area called Laclede’s Landing. Turned out our hotel was only blocks from there. This was also terrible. HIGHLY overrated. If you are going to the Lou and someone tells you about this place, punch them in the face. It is a joke. There is nothing worthwhile at all about it. We at lunch at a bar (that will also remain nameless) with terrible service. Took forever to get our food, and once we got it, our waitress went into the witness relocation program. Nothing else to this area. Save your time and go to the Budweiser Brewery tour. That is a very cool thing to do.

 Overall, I give the Lou a 5 out of 10. The great hotdogs and stuffed raviloi are the only things keeping the score above a 3.

On day 2, we left for KC. As noted above, the drive on Rte 70 was terrible. No more to be said. Once we arrived in KC, we were extremely happy. KC blew the Lou out of the water in all aspects. The only negative was that you have to drive everywhere. Stayed at the Westin (across from Union Station). Great hotel. Highly recommend it. That night, we had steaks at Benton’s. It is in the Westin. One of the best steaks I have ever had. Live jazz. Had a great view of the city. They made a good dirty martini and an excellent Maker’s n’ ginger. The service was top shelf, too.

On day 3, we visited the Negro League Museum and the American Jazz Museum. Both were great. I highly recommend seeing those spots, too. Later that day, I had one of the best experiences I have ever had in my life. We stopped for ribs at Arthur Bryant’s. Seriously, it was like heaven. Best ribs I have ever had. There is a funny cartoon hanging on the walls of the Arthur Bryant being greeted at the pearly gates with St. Peter patting him on the back asking him “Did you bring any sauce?” Very justified. You must go there if you are ever in KC. For anyone who lives in KC, you have my envy. You are lucky folks.

 Later that night, we hit Kauffman Stadium for the Royals-Rangers. Old park, but I liked it better than Busch Stadium. Maybe it had to do with my overall preference for KC over the Lou, but I just liked Kauffman a alot. Just very simple. Seats for good. People were friendly. Easy to get to (although you have to drive). No complaints.

I give KC an 8 out of 10. Very cool place.

Still on the road now. Making my way through Kansas to Colorado. Then up to Wyoming and Montana. Commentaries on all locations will be forthcoming.


August 1, 2007 Posted by | Cardinals, Carmine's in St. Louis, Kansas City, Laclede's Landing, Royals, St. Louis, The Lou | Leave a comment