Left for dead after a seven-game losing streak, the Royals are still in the playoff hunt.
The Royals are playing well, despite Holland and Davis struggling on the mound.
How Johnny Giavotella plays the rest of the season will determine if he’s the Royals second baseman of the future.
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.
Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the last few weeks, you are aware the St. Louis Cardinals are in the middle of a very bad stretch of baseball.
The Spring roundtable comes to i70.
Game. Five. (see what I did there?) Last week, I wrote about how saying, reading or hearing the words, “Game five” doesn’t quite carry the same weight at “Game seven”. … Read More
Matt Holliday’s bruised tendon is only the latest bizarre injury to hit a Cardinal. Mike takes a look at some other ones.
Chris Dwyer is transforming back into the pitcher that the Royals drafted.