Prospects and draft picks are becoming things of focus around Major League Baseball over the last few years.
Entering the season, the St. Louis Cardinals wealth of top notch prospects was the spotlight of all organizations in baseball. But the season has proven that depth, not names, is truly the strength of the system.
We have all been embarrassed by our own family. Whether it’s an overzealous parent, a misbehaving kid, a drunken uncle, or a senile grandparent…we all know the feeling.
The Kansas City Royals traded away two high level prospects last night, bringing home a legitimate ace and another strong pitcher.
This team can be better at a few spots on the field and with today’s notebook, I look to the top of the free agent class and ask the simple question: Why not look at Michael Bourn?
It will undoubtedly be the number one mission of Dayton Moore to improve the pitching for his Kansas City Royals in the off-season.
Currently, the Kansas City Royals sit at 29-35 and 5 games out of 1st place in the American League Central.
The Major League Baseball non-waiver trade deadline is still a couple of months away, but the St. Louis Cardinals have to be contemplating the direction this 2012 season will take.
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.
14 players return from last year’s playoff team