The St. Louis Cardinals have been looking for a left handed relief pitcher this off season. Today, they got their man.
Is this group getting the credit it deserves?
In the final piece of this series, we use the WAR data to finish taking a look at the trades that Dayton pulled off in 2010, and try to determine what all of this really means.
The Tigers sign Prince Fielder and it’s the Kool Aid Drinker to the rescue, Royals fans!
One may have wondered how the 2005 Royals could be that bad at the time, but looking back, it is pretty obvious
Pujols is No Doubt a Franchise Icon and All-Time Great, But Will His Contract Cripple the Team?
Ken Boyer has a good case for HOF election. The Veterans Committee will consider his candidacy for 2012 enshrinement.
As I watched the Brewers handle the Cardinals over the weekend I began giving a lot of thought to the idea of a new Crown Prince reigning over the Gateway … Read More
He could not wear his familiar number, but he would look good in Royal Blue.
Tony LaRussa’s management style continues to influence the front office, represented in the off-season moves.