A shocking similarity is starting to form when looking at the players being suspended and the agency that has represented them.
The St. Louis Cardinals had their choice of two pitchers to send to the minor leagues Friday when righthanded starter Jake Westbrook returned from injury.
The emergence of Matt Carpenter was thought to have created only one dilemma for the upcoming year: Yet just barely two months into the season, he is now working on changing the much bigger picture of the organization going forward.
Adams is in such a groove right now he has the look of a hitter who could hit almost any pitch out of the ballpark.
In just four years, St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak has done just about everything an organization could ask out of that position, and he has done it in steady, yet stunning fashion.
I guess even a broken clock is right twice a day.
In the final piece of this series, we use the WAR data to finish taking a look at the trades that Dayton pulled off in 2010, and try to determine what all of this really means.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ 2012 season and the defense of their World Series Championship begin now.
If you were searching for the ideal replacement for Albert Pujols, then move along, because you won’t find it.
Using WAR, just how has Dayton Moore performed as General Manager of the Kansas City Royals?