Over the weekend the Philadelphia Phillies parted ways with long time manager Charlie Manuel. Longtime Chicago Cub fan favorite Ryne Sandberg was named as the interim manager of the Fighting Phils.
If Hosmer’s stock trends up instead of down, Royal fans won’t mind a bit that he missed out on the Rookie of the Year award.
April 8, 1969 belonged to the boys in blue
The Royals played there final home games in Municipal Stadium in 1972.
The Royals have their share of players that should be considered for enshrinement in Cooperstown.
A plea to the fan base of St. Louis to remember why they were called “The Greatest Fans In Baseball”.
Lou Piniella found the start to his historic baseball career in Kansas City as a member of the expansion Royals. He would end it in Chicago in 2010. Between then might have earned him a trip to Cooperstown.
St. Louis and Chicago may be heading in opposite directions, but none of that matters this weekend. The Cubs would like nothing more than to knock the Cardinals from their perch atop of the NL Central.