In a by-gone era, there was a bit of a perception from the outside looking in that the Kansas City Royals were a franchise opposed to minorities.
With the Cardinals about to take on R.A Dickey and his knuckleball, it is a good time to take a look back at a wild one from 1967. It has big name players doing big things. It had role players figuring in the outcome of the game. And it has plays so strange that you had to be there to believe them.
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The 1967 National League Pennant may have been the original rivalry builder between the Reds and Cardinals.
A game that started off so well ended up being painful to watch.
What was it that made three prominent Hall of Famers end their careers in Kansas City? Today, contributing writer John Lofflin examines Orlando Cepeda in the final installment of a three-part series.
The Royals have their share of players that should be considered for enshrinement in Cooperstown.
Everybody knows about Don Denkinger’s infamous bad call, but there have been many others. Here’s the story of one such call, and its impact on the 1968 World Series.
In the list of great baseball games in Cardinals history, these two rank among the greatest – perhaps the most exciting back to back games ever played.