Youth has been served this season for the Cardinals, as the prophecy of their top ranked minor league system was fulfilled. But moving forward, there are even more young Birds that have a chance to make a breakthrough impact next season.
The Exciting Cardinals Pitchers Have Grabbed Attention Lately
Over the next few weeks, I’ll be breaking down each position/area of the St. Louis Cardinals organization, from the Majors down to the rookie levels. Today, we’ll start in the outfield…and with one of the most obvious questions of the spring…
The Cardinals reached an agreement with general manager John Mozeliak to a three-year contract extension last week. Here’s a reflection on the signature moments of his tenure shaping the direction of the team.
Oh, wait, the Royals hired two hitting coaches, Jack Maloof and Andre David.
Mining Latin America for young talent just wasn’t a part of the plan. While the percentage of Latin players on major league rosters climbed to 27% last year, the Royals lagged behind.
In a season when the St. Louis Cardinals traded a former first-round draft pick who turned out to be a bust, another first-round prospect on the verge of that same level has sparked the team in September and could push it into the playoffs.
Patience is truly a virtue. For Kansas City Royals third basemen, Mike Moustakas, there is no statement more true.
Slugging first baseman could be the long-term answer to replace Albert Pujols
This week I’m going to focus on a player who I believe must blossom into All-Star caliber pitcher if “The Process” is going to get the Royals into the playoffs.