Oscar Taveras, one of the St. Louis Cardinals’ top prospects, was supposed to be competing for a spot on the 2014 major league roster at this point in the spring.
Nolan Woodford, the host of ‘The Night Shift’ on 610 Sports Radio took a few minutes out of his schedule to talk with me. We discussed The Royals, focusing on the Shields/Myers trade with the benefit of some hindsight, how he would rate their season in general, and answered some mid-season award questions.
The Kansas City Royals traded away two high level prospects last night, bringing home a legitimate ace and another strong pitcher.
2012 wasn’t Our Time for the Royals, so it’s time to look towards next year once again.
“I have seen the future, and it is Mike Montgomery.”
Catcher Salvador Perez injures his left knee during spring training and his return to action is uncertain.
Making a deal with the Baseball Gods.
Anyone who can throw five perfect innings against a contending team shouldn’t just be kicked to the curb.
Through the first five games of the 2011 season, the Cardinals offense has been somewhat of a disappointment. Instead of pressing the panic button. let’s flip through the pages of the Cardinals history book and see if we can find something that might put our mind at ease.
If the team finds themselves competitive, they should look internally at possibly bringing some of the future to Kansas City sooner rather than later.