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ABOUT US

STLSportsPage.com is a unique site for Cardinals fans and  was started in 2012 by Rob Rains and Sally Tippett Rains. This free, quick-loading, mobile-friendly website provides up to the minute news from the St. Louis Cardinals, and features articles of interest to all St. Louis baseball fans.  Veteran baseball writer Rob Rains covers the Cardinals on a daily basis and provides game stories and features plus audio and video.

 Rob Rains and Sally Tippett Rains run STLSportsPage.com along with other writers and contributors. Rains is a credentialed reporter in the locker rooms and on the field, at the Winter Meetings, at the Draft and at Spring Training.

The site was started as a supplement to a radio show Rob Rains and B.J. Rains did in St. Louis in 2012 but it quickly grew beyond expectations and when the show ended due to format change at the radio station, the advertisers were all asked if they wanted to stay on. Most said yes and none of them have left. We could not do all we do without them.

STLSportsPage.com also has articles about local food and entertainment as well as travel and health. Thanks for checking us out.

For More Information on Our Staff: Click the links below

Rob Rains- Editor-in-Chief: CLICK HERE

Mike Reeves- Post-Game Interviews: CLICK HERE

Suzanne Corbett- Food / Travel Editor: CLICK HERE

Lynn Venhaus- Entertainment Reviews: CLICK HERE

Sally Tippett Rains- Content Editor, Writer, Marketting: CLICK HERE

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Sally and Rob Rains: 2021 Citizens of the Year

In 2021- Rob and Sally Rains were named “Citizens of the Year” for their charity work through Rainbows for Kids working with Watson Trails Park to build a wheel chair accessible playground. 

 

St. Louis Media Hall of Fame

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