The philosophy for the Cardinals while drafting under Jeff Luhnow was always “best player available”. Don’t worry necessarily about specific needs or who is already filling what position on the big league club, but rather create a good problem by having too many players for a certain position.
Pitching, pitching and maybe a little pitching. This is where general manager Dayton Moore earned his paycheck this offseason.
The Royals invite 21 players to Major League spring training. Who could make the Opening Day roster?
Giavotella is called up and LHP Jonathan Sanchez goes on the disabled list.
After a rough start down in Houston the St. Louis Cardinals picked up right where they left off in April. With Tyler Greene leading the charge.
The Royals 2012 season is about to begin, but some questions still remain.
The Royals look good – really good – in Spring Training, and one fan ponders where the organization’s headed.
Danny Duffy is one of several Royals prospects burning up the Arizona Fall League for the Surprise Rafters.
Matt Carpenter may be the hidden gem at third base for the Cardinals Minor League system.