Family bonding, and the season, are coming to a close.
On April 5, 2011, Kyle McClellan made history as he joined a rather select group of starting pitchers who grew up in the St. Louis area. Looking back over the last 100 years of Cardinals history, here are the other hometown starters.
The Kansas City Royals’ 2011 Opening Day roster features some brilliant decisions by management – and a truly awful one.
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.
Happy New Year! Pop the cork! Let’s take a look at what the Royals can do to make 2011 the best year possible.
In the aftermath of the Francoeur and Cabrera signings, Matt Kelsey takes another stab at the Royals’ batting order.
Can Anthony Lerew help the Royals in the future, or is he just another “AAAA” player?