The Royals still have some things to play for.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered play Sunday with a 46-41 record, just one game behind their record at this point last season.
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.
Not the grind of the 162 game season, I am referring to the now annual late season Cardinal decline.
It was on August 15th, 2010 that the Cardinals began to fall away from the division. Will history repeat itself?
The Cardinals made moves at the deadline, whether they were moves that helped anything is up for debate.
The possibility of trading Colby Rasmus intrigues nine different teams. The left handed trade market is interesting as well.
Does any of this sound familiar ?
When it came time for Major League Baseball to punish Johnny Cueto for ending the career of Jason La Rue, the Roseboro incident was cited as a precedent for their ruling. In the first of a two part series, we will take a look back at that infamous moment in baseball history.
In the first of a three part series, we will take a look at the Cardinals pitchers who took the mound on opening day during the Bob Gibson era: 1959 – 1975.