Spring training offers a preview of what the 2014 season holds for the teams around Major League Baseball. It also gives a glimpse of the future of the organizations as prospects take the field and show off their talents in front of the big league coaching staffs.
Is it too early to start thinking about the trade deadline? That used to be an easier question to answer.
The Royals have most of their lineup settled, but there’s still competition at second base.
After the free agent signing of relief pitcher Jose Mijares in the off-season, many fans of the Kansas City Royals thought that the young arm of lefty Tim Collins may be in trouble.
If there was ever a time for Tyler Greene to take advantage of a situation in order to make the Cards’ Opening Day roster as their second baseman, this is it.
With the recent signing of Chris Getz the Kansas City Royals have opened up options for what will be done with the second base position, that is still up in the air, in 2012.
Albert Pujols has taken a lot of heat from fans in his own city about calling Joe Strauss’ inquiry about his future “stupid.”
A volitale rivalry is revisited tonight at Busch. The team at Cards Droppings gives us a preview.
One of those players that perplexes fans and team officials alike is none other than Mike Aviles.
The Royals brought in two outfielders this week, and sites around the internet have called Dayton Moore front and center to answer for it.