The Kansas City Royals tonight acquired right-handed starting pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis and a player to be named or cash considerations from the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for minor league outfielder Wil Myers, right-handed pitcher Jake Odorizzi, left-handed pitcher Mike Montgomery and third baseman Patrick Leonard.
Imagine yourself back in 1953 in Philadelphia. You are on the mound for your major league debut, and you walk out to a thunderous boo.
The 1967 National League Pennant may have been the original rivalry builder between the Reds and Cardinals.
Al Jackson was a talented left handed pitcher who spent most of his career on a losing baseball team. If he had played today, he would have had a long and prosperous career as a left handed specialist out of the bullpen. Jackson was just a couple of decades before his time.
Now that the Winter Meetings are completed and Cardinal fans can start to digest the moves that have been made up to this point, a very under-the-radar part of the … Read More
Billy Butler has become a solid player on the field and shows that he is an impressive presence off the field as well.
What caused the house of Cards to collapse this season?