Now playing meaningful games in August and September for the first time in years, the Royals have made several moves recently to add depth to their team as they try to make the playoffs for the first time since 1985.
And now we enter the second half, where trades and attitude can change any team’s course.
Pitching has been the strength of the Cardinals throughout their league-best season opening. But as the trade season approaches, could adding to their greatest asset be necessary?
This week, we take a closer look at a first-time dad on a hot streak, a team that has picked a bad time to slump, and our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch.
It’s been two years since the St. Louis Cardinals suddenly dealt former uber-prospect Colby Rasmus to the Toronto Blue Jays mid-season for a host of pieces in return. And in … Read More
The Cardinals reached an agreement with general manager John Mozeliak to a three-year contract extension last week. Here’s a reflection on the signature moments of his tenure shaping the direction of the team.
Examining the 2013 Hall Of Fame ballot and Shawn Green’s career.
The St. Louis Cardinals didn’t make many moves during last week’s Winter Meetings, but they did complete an important deal to solidify a position the team struggled to fill throughout the 2012 season.
Dayton Moore needs no one to tell him that he must move to acquire pitching. He knows it. In fact he’s known it, and has been trying to do just that, for about three years now.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered play Sunday with a 46-41 record, just one game behind their record at this point last season.