The St. Louis Cardinals won just twice in the opening week of their 2014 spring training exhibition schedule, but wins and losses matter little in spring training, and the Cardinals, with a 2-4-2 record, have excelled in the aspects of camp that truly matter.
The aggressive Cardinal offseason continued this weekend, when the club came to terms with free agent shortstop Jhonny Peralta. It is a signing that seems contrary to how the team has operated in years past, but it certifies one thing above all others: the team is ready to get over the hump.
The Royals were close, but not close enough.
Crucial losses to the Tigers and Indians dim the Royals playoff hopes, but they’re still hanging on.
A recent seven-game losing skid damages their playoff hopes, but the Royals still have an opportunity to finish above .500.
The Royals have a chance at the postseason, but they have to get through the Tigers and Indians.
A shocking similarity is starting to form when looking at the players being suspended and the agency that has represented them.
This time around, we take a look at my ultimate All-Star team, the most ridiculous decision any manager has made or will make all season, my suggestion for All-Star Game rosters, and more.
The team is hitting well and is about to get a punch in the arm from rehabbing speedster Jarrod Dyson when he returns from his minor league rehab assignment.
The Royals are winning more games with George Brett as their hitting coach. But how much of it is due to Brett?