After nearly a full month of handwringing about starting pitcher Chris Carpenter’s health, the St. Louis Cardinals received the bad news this week that Carpenter will start the season on the disabled list
The staff ace is experiencing nerve irritation affecting his neck and throwing arm that has shut him down indefinitely, though as of now he will be treated with rest and strengthening exercises and surgery is not being discussed.
Catcher Salvador Perez injures his left knee during spring training and his return to action is uncertain.
Choose your cliche, this game will either extend the season and bring it to an end.
All-Star’s absence will hurt, but things could have been much worse.
All-star voting is in full swing and at this point, it looks like a few Royals players are putting together, some would argue, all-star caliber baseball during the first two and a half months of this season.
An analytic look at how the Royals starting pitching is stacking up in the AL Central.
A solid start by both individuals and a young, enthusiastic ball club is just what Royals fans have been looking for.
The Royals cannot afford to leave a small village of base runners every single night.
David Glass has been criticized for running his baseball team like he runs Wal-Mart. But Royals writer Matt Kelsey asks, What’s wrong with that?