We have all been embarrassed by our own family. Whether it’s an overzealous parent, a misbehaving kid, a drunken uncle, or a senile grandparent…we all know the feeling.
Each year, not matter how dreadful it is, a player and pitcher of the year is named by the Kansas City Royals.
The kings of irrelevant success are at it early in 2012.
Last night, May 1st, Adam Wainwright got his first victory of the year against the Pittsburgh Pirates, as the Cardinals bats lashed out for 10 runs and 13 hits.
A hodgepodge mixed with a potpourri and a dash of mélange.
One of the crucial factors in the Royals quest to contend in the coming years is the bat of shortstop Alcides Escobar.
A look at the Royals through advanced statistics.
After one season, it may be unfair to judge Mark McGwire’s success as a hitting coach, but there is some data to look at.
Using wOBA to track the best individual performances in the team’s past uncovers some surprising results.