Now let’s look at the strength of the schedule for the rest of the season for each team.
Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the last few weeks, you are aware the St. Louis Cardinals are in the middle of a very bad stretch of baseball.
If there is one thing we love to do, it is to give away things to our loyal readers.
If the Cardinals are looking to trade McClellan, they could do worse than ship him to San Diego.
The Cardinals won’t face Tim Lincecum this trip.
The first nine games of the month are home games, so the Royals will have to take full advantage of home cooking.
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