After a quick start to the winter, the Cardinals addressed most of their needs early. However, one more move could be needed in order to make sure problems of the past don’t rise again.
In this week’s edition of the Triple Play, I take a look back at how well (poorly?) I fared with my second-half predictions, plus I make some postseason predictions (because why not?), and more
The comparison machine is going crazy in a wild attempt to get a grasp on what a long-term extension for Adam Wainwright would look like. But caution must be used in where these conclusions are drawn from.
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.
Although not flashy, St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds offseason moves could create best race of 2013
Excuse the pun, but is trading away Wil Myers a good idea?
Jeffress, Hottovy and Bourgeois become footnotes in Royals history.
Mining Latin America for young talent just wasn’t a part of the plan. While the percentage of Latin players on major league rosters climbed to 27% last year, the Royals lagged behind.
If you are ever looking for the definition of forcing an organization’s hand, you need look no further than Wil Myers.
With the Kansas City Royals officially opening their 2012 season this Friday, the optimism for some fans is now being replaced with nervousness.