For the first time in a decade, the Royals have more than one player named to the All-Star team.
Earlier this week, a Boston-based baseball writer speculated in his column that the Phillies believe that St. Louis might be interested in Phillies closer Jonathan Papelbon.
After the Royals decline Joakim Soria’s 2013 option, the closer may go elsewhere.
This team is hopeless. Dayton Moore has run it into the ground. The Glass family hasn’t been willing to spend to keep pace with the big-market clubs.
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What will the Kansas City Royals do with their All-Star closer Joakim Soria?
Soria was one of the most dominant pitchers in the big leagues in 2010, and he is the clear choice for Pitcher of the Year.
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