>>Cardinals’ Flight Out Of St. Louis Delayed

(Boston, MA) — The St. Louis Cardinals’ arrival in Boston for tonight’s World Series game with the Red Sox was a bit behind schedule. Mechanical problems with the plane delayed the team’s flight out of St. Louis more than seven hours.

>>Cardinals Facing Win-Or-Go-Home

(Boston, MA) — The World Series is back in Boston for Game Six tonight. The Cardinals must win tonight and Thursday’s Game Seven or fall short of the world championship. Tonight’s game is a rematch of Game Two, with Michael Wacha opposing John Lackey.

>>Three Royals Win Gold Gloves

(New York, NY) — Three Royals are celebrating honors for defensive excellence. Catcher Salvador Perez, first baseman Eric Hosmer and left fielder Alex Gordon all won Gold Gloves at their respective positions. Shortstop Alcides Escobar and center fielder Lorenzo Cain were also finalists but did not win.

>>Cardinals’ Molina Earns Sixth Straight Gold Glove

(New York, NY) — St. Louis Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina is a Gold Glove winner for the sixth straight year. Molina and teammate Adam Wainwright headlined the National League Gold Glove winners on Tuesday. The two Cards are among four players in the World Series to win Gold Gloves.

>>Chiefs Let Trade Deadline Pass

(Kansas City, MO) — The Chiefs are moving forward with the players they have. The team did not make any moves before yesterday’s trade deadline. Former Chiefs tight end Tony Gonzalez was among those rumored to be on the block with the Falcons tanking at 2-and-6.

>>Chiefs Return To Practice Today

(Kansas City, MO) — The Chiefs return to the practice field today as they prepare for Sunday’s game at Buffalo. KC improved to 8-and-0 on the season with a 23-17 win over Cleveland this past Sunday. The Chiefs last went 9-and-0 in 2003. The Bills are 3-and-5 this year.

>>Wiggins Era Begins As KU Rolls In Exhibition

(Lawrence, KS) — The Andrew Wiggins era at Kansas is officially underway. The freshman phenom had 16 points and six rebounds in his Jayhawks debut as Kansas pummeled Pittsburgh State 97-57 in an exhibition at Allen Fieldhouse. Perry Ellis added 16 points and Andrew White the Third 12 in the KU victory.