A once promising season takes some bizarre turns.
The addition of James Shields gave them a legitimate ace pitcher at the front of their rotation. The rebuilt rotation looks stronger but leaves the question open: Who’s number two?
As we sit at the All-Star Break, we take some time to reflect on the Kansas City Royals performance by position in the first half of the season.
The Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline is still a couple of months away, but the St. Louis Cardinals have to be contemplating the direction this 2012 season will take.
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.
Handicapping the Cardinals chances against the Phillies. It is certainly not as bleak as some would paint it to be.
I said a couple of weeks ago that I thought the most important upcoming series on the Cardinals schedule was the 4-game set at Busch against the Giants.
The reasons for the Royals current losing streak all comes down to certain fundamentals that for some reason or another they are failing to execute on the field.
Being positively consistent is the key to success in this game and the Royals are showing that they are very capable of being just that.