So far, Lorenzo Cain is playing well and staying healthy.
The Royals have most of their lineup settled, but there’s still competition at second base.
The kings of irrelevant success are at it early in 2012.
The St. Louis Cardinals have used a trio of second basemen this year as they’ve muddled to a 58-49 record heading into play Sunday that mirrors the mess the team has at the second-base position.
For a flashy position like shortstop, Alcides Escobar seems to fly under the radar.
Eric Hosmer was supposed to be the Royals superstar. But now Mike Moustakas is taking over the spotlight.
Chris Getz and Yuniesky Betancourt are back, replacing Johnny Giavotella and Irving Falu. But is it a good idea?
The Royals have their new catcher and another option in Center Field.
Third baseman gets minor league deal and invite to spring training.
What about the man behind the mask?