Kozmamania has hit St. Louis. Get your shirt today.
When asked if he anticipated Chris Carpenter playing any role for the Cardinals in 2013, General Manager John Mozeliak simply stated “No, I do not”.
The St. Louis Cardinals have a solid starting rotation that includes two ace-caliber pitchers, a couple of decent No. 3 and No. 4 starters, and a bevy of young flamethrowers. However, they might be in better shape if they re-sign their best starter from last year – Kyle Lohse.
In a season when the St. Louis Cardinals traded a former first-round draft pick who turned out to be a bust, another first-round prospect on the verge of that same level has sparked the team in September and could push it into the playoffs.
Someone “up there”, aka in the big leagues, did find him and give him a chance going into the 2012 season.
With the Kansas City Royals officially opening their 2012 season this Friday, the optimism for some fans is now being replaced with nervousness.
Shelby is a talented pitcher with a bright future. Due to recent history, however, that scares me.
Jon Jay has only been a member of the St. Louis Cardinals since 2010 yet his impact since then and beyond is undeniable.
If Joakim Soria no longer wants his nickname of “The Mexicutioner” due to its violent connotations, then that’s fine with me. He’s earned a better nickname.
Spring means games do not matter, but that does not stop the Royals from giving a glimpse of the future.