So far, Lorenzo Cain is playing well and staying healthy.
Since being only 3 games under .500 and sniffing the top of the division the Kansas City Royals have done nothing but struggle.
The Royals have lost some key players to injuries, but their replacements are playing well.
It has been 12 years since the Royals have had multiple players in the MLB All-Star Game, but this could be the year that streak ends.
Heading into the 2012 season, the St. Louis Cardinals had lost the best hitter in the game during the past decade.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ medical treatment room sees more guests than a Holiday Inn these days.
Last season the Kansas City Royals were able to put together arguably one of the best collective performances, both defensively and offensively, by an outfield committee that fans have seen in the organization’s history.
Cardinal nation has grown accustom to excellence in center field over the years.
The consensus is that Kansas City Royals General Manager Dayton Moore has built a top notch farm system and great young core of players. But how have the trades of this era fared for the organization?
The song Centerfield by John Fogerty is one those songs that always reminds me that baseball is near.