And now we enter the second half, where trades and attitude can change any team’s course.
The St. Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs began the newest chapter in one of sport’s greatest rivalries on Tuesday. In the end, the Cardinals survived their brush with their oldest rivals, and still sit with the best record in baseball.
This past week the Kansas City Royals ended a twelve game losing streak. A streak that was so bad it included a winless ten game home stand.
In part 4 of this multi-part series, we take a look at the trades of the Dayton Moore administration that were made in 2009 for the Kansas City Royals.
One may have wondered how the 2005 Royals could be that bad at the time, but looking back, it is pretty obvious
The two teams convene for game five, battling for the lead in the series.
Leave it to THIS Cardinal team to leave the season hanging in the balance with only two games remaining. 160 down, 2 to go and still multiple scenarios where the … Read More
The 2011 National League Central Division belongs to the Milwaukee Brewers. Sort of.
One good slide deserves another.
We turn, once again, to our friends at Royals Treatment to breakdown the upcoming series between the Royals and the Indians in Kansas City.