Stopping the Boston momentum was the most important job the Cardinals had to do entering game two. And all things considered, there was no better man available to do the job than Michael Wacha.
From a string of uncanny, timely pitching performances, to just the right hits to get by, they have found a seamless way to survive. However, on Wednesday night in Boston, those seams popped and the Cardinal chances quickly followed suit.
As Major League Baseball heads into the All-Star break two players stood out for me personally this week.
This is not an exhaustive list by any means, however, I hope you enjoy Bike Spokes And Shoe Boxes visual salute to the 4th of July!
Surprised Billy Butler is going to the All-Star Game? I was, at first.
With less than two weeks until the All-Star game, the Kansas City Royals have many players deserving of a spot on the roster.
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.
Jose Guillen is gone, and Royals fans are anxious to find out who will become the infamous “Player To Be Named Later”