The St. Louis Cardinals made several changes to their coaching staff this week before free agency gets started.
Roy Oswalt, Wil Myers, Jake Odorizzi and Salvador Perez converge on a minor league town to put on a show.
Cookie Rojas joins the I-70 Hall Of Legends.
Omaha moves on to the championship game while Northwest Arkansas heads home.
Royals Nation covers a lot of farmland. Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and parts of Iowa and Oklahoma are largely agricultural areas. John Deere and implement dealers’ spending money to advertise with the Royals is no accident
Lefthander’s April 28 performance honored by the Pacific Coast League
Jim Cosman was a big, hard throwing, right handed pitcher that came up through the Cardinals farm system in the 1960. Everybody rooted for him, but success was just not in the cards.
Jack Lamabe’s arrival in St. Louis couldn’t have come under more difficult circumstances, coming days after losing Bob Gibson to a badly broken leg. After a rough start with his new club, he became one of the most dependable arms in the bullpen, and helped the Cardinals win the NL Pennant in 1967.
The first stop on the American League Central outlooks takes a look at the Detroit Tigers from guest writer Jennifer Cosey.
Danny Jackson was dominant for the World Champion Royals and was a key player later in his career for the Cardinals.