The Cardinals have shown they can withstand injuries to just about any position outside of catcher and they should be able to make it through the rest of the season and playoffs without Westbrook.
Picking the best player in a particular league is never an easy task, but picking who is the most meaningful Cardinal is arguably and even tougher one. Between Yadier Molina, Matt Carpenter and Allen Craig, the team has three very viable MVP candidates.
In the current moment, Cub fans will love the move. They will view it as a headache gone. Organizationally however, it is a hard loss.
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be breaking down each position/area of the St. Louis Cardinals organization, from the Majors down to the rookie levels. Today, we’ll start in the outfield…and with one of the most obvious questions of the spring…
The final day of the Cardinals Winter Warm-Up brought on a few heavy hitters, with some highlight topic as well.
As I listened to Dayton Moore’s interview with Soren Petro of 810 WHB last week I found many things hard to stomach.
Since being only 3 games under .500 and sniffing the top of the division the Kansas City Royals have done nothing but struggle.
As we sit at the All-Star Break, we take some time to reflect on the Kansas City Royals performance by position in the first half of the season.
Although three games remain before the All-Star break, the Kansas City Royals concluded the first half of their season on a good note with a 9-6 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.
Some Royals fans love to hate Jeff Francoeur. Why is that?