Lynn’s spot in the rotation should be safe regardless of his struggles.
Let’s just appreciate the greatness we have had the privilege of watching for the past 13 seasons. There will be plenty of time to debate Ichiro’s place in history after he has retired.
Miguel Tejada is towards the end of his career and is still producing at least at a marginal rate.
Patience is truly a virtue. For Kansas City Royals third basemen, Mike Moustakas, there is no statement more true.
As a Rule 5 pick in 2011, Adcock struggled through a season at the end of Royals’ bullpen bench. Though he was in over his head, the Royals had to keep Adcock on the roster, or risk losing him.
Vince Coleman assumes the role he knew best as he takes the lead off role for the 2011 Hall Of Legends Inductees.
What a ride it has been so far for Alex Gordon.
One of those players that perplexes fans and team officials alike is none other than Mike Aviles.
Jack Lamabe’s arrival in St. Louis couldn’t have come under more difficult circumstances, coming days after losing Bob Gibson to a badly broken leg. After a rough start with his new club, he became one of the most dependable arms in the bullpen, and helped the Cardinals win the NL Pennant in 1967.
The trade brought new faces to Kansas City, time to take a look at the two guys that are leaving the team for the National League Central.