The Bernie Miklasz Show – November 19, 2019 – The Cardinals need a left-handed bat & Dexter Fowler’s disappointing 2019 season

1 Hour

We talk about Craig Berube shaking up all four lines for the St. Louis Blues in today’s “Morning Caffeine Rush.”

Bernie believes the biggest offseason need for the Cardinals is a left-handed bat, and he runs through possible free agents and trade candidates that could fill that void for St. Louis.

The Blues welcome home Pat Maroon tonight at Enterprise Center, as the Tampa Bay Lightning are in town. Bernie chats about tonight’s homecoming with Alex Ferrario of 101 ESPN and the Blues Radio Network.

Plus, “NFL Week 11 Overreactions.”

Listen to the Alex Ferrario interview here!

2 Hour

The 2020 Baseball Hall of Fame ballot was released yesterday. Bernie talks about the candidacy of a few former Cardinals in today’s “Bernie Bits.”

We take a look at the disappointing 2019 season of Dexter Fowler in our latest installment of “Bernie’s Offseason Audit.”

Dave Matter (St. Louis Post-Dispatch & STL Today) joins the show to talk about the state of Mizzou Football.

Plus, “Ask Bernie.”

Listen to "Bernie's Offseason Audit" of Dexter Fowler here!
Listen to the Dave Matter interview here!

3 Hour

We hear what some of Pat Maroon’s former teammates think about his homecoming in today’s “Back Page.”

We check-in with our friend Judy Battista of and NFL Network to talk about another exciting weekend of NFL football.

Plus, Bernie agrees with our friend Ben Frederickson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch – When it comes to contracts moving forward, why can’t we treat Yadier Molina the same way we’re treating Adam Wainwright?

Listen to the Judy Battista interview here!