Youth has been served this season for the Cardinals, as the prophecy of their top ranked minor league system was fulfilled. But moving forward, there are even more young Birds that have a chance to make a breakthrough impact next season.
After a season filled with injuries to the pitching staff, now the St. Louis Cardinals will have to deal with an injury to one of their starting fielders, who also happened to be one of their most important hitters.
The St. Louis Cardinals called up their latest, greatest prospect Friday when they brought second baseman Kolten Wong to the major leagues.
This week, we look at a Red-hot outfielder, a National disaster of a starter, and more (including our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch).
The Royals defense was atrocious and their hitting and pitching weren’t too far behind.
Candid photos of St. Louis Cardinal players that appeared on air for InsideStl.com last week.
I’ve not lived up to my name lately, and for that I apologize. Actually I shouldn’t have to apologize; David Glass and Dayton Moore should do that for me.
Barring a complete collapse, it looks as though the Kansas City Royals will not finish in fourth or fifth place for the first time in ten years and the second in fifteen.
As I listened to Dayton Moore’s interview with Soren Petro of 810 WHB last week I found many things hard to stomach.
After just a horrendous month of July, the Kansas City Royals start off the month of August on a good note.