The Royals head to Oakland this weekend.
Every once in a while we reach a point in our lives when our next action will dramatically affect our lives. The string has been tightened as far as it will go without snapping. There is no in between. We either do or we don’t. It’s time for action, and that action will have long-reaching consequences.
Eric Hosmer was supposed to be the Royals superstar. But now Mike Moustakas is taking over the spotlight.
Two weeks ago I decided to write today’s article about the city of St Louis, their baseball team, and their unbearable fans.
I had almost gotten to the point where I felt guilty about writing this. Almost.
The St. Louis Cardinals lost a huge part of their offense when Albert Pujols signed a 10-year, $240-million deal with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, but that also forced the team to build a more balanced lineup.
The Cardinals have backed themselves into a corner, though it may not be any harder then it already was.
An above .500 this week, including a win Friday night against in-state rivals St. Louis Cardinals, has left a feeling of mixed emotions and expectations for this young team.
Obviously the Cardinals, like a number of teams, have been decimated by injuries and it has definitely caught up to them.
A rebuttal to Chris Reed’s post late last week.