A change in pitching scenery is working for the former No. 1 draft pick.
The St. Louis Cardinals finished second in the National League in hitting last season, but they also had plenty of stretches when the lineup didn’t score more than two runs, even when the pitching staff threw a great game.
A few Royals odds and ends from last week.
The Kansas City Royals have talent, but to they have what it takes mentally to win?
The Royals could end the first half on a high note if they can pull out a series win against the Tigers.
Swept by the Indians and a sweep of the struggling Twins leave the Royals at 15-13 and 4.5 behind the red hot Indians.
What does the future hold for the Royals at third base?
Just like some baseball fans that I know, I was skeptical when a young prospect was selected to become the Royals’ closer during the 2007 season. Part of the reason … Read More
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Chris Lee/STLToday.com Here we are again. Another off day, two more losses tacked onto the latest losing streak (which is tied for the longest of the season), now trailing the … Read More