Jason Vargas has been stellar so far this year for the Kansas City Royals. Much more than many expected. In fact, he has pitched like an ace.
Shelby Miller has given fans enough fuel to allow their worrisome fires to burn. Is it justified to be worried about the budding St. Louis Cardinals’ ace?
Aaron Brooks was in the middle of working his way up the ladder of the Kansas City Royals system.
Adam Wainwright, on Opening Day, was lights-out. He gave the Cardinals seven strong innings, but he did so in one of the most dominant ways possible.
The St. Louis Cardinals are in a position to be a powerful team next year and win a lot of games.
Three young pitchers are trying new things to get better this spring.
Over the last week, the Cardinals have made two moves that have locked up and solidified the left side of the infield for years to come.
Moustakas garnered the old “best shape of his life” comments this spring, but he is starting to play like it, as well.
This week, the Kansas City Royals go under the microscope. These are the five small things that must go right for the Royals in 2014.
Last year for the Cardinals, the offensive juggernauts on the team performed as expected, but it was the little things like Matt Carpenter turning into an unexpected juggernaut of his own that helped push them over the top.