Public figures should be careful who they rally around.
A change in pitching scenery is working for the former No. 1 draft pick.
The Kansas City Royals find themselves in an all too familiar place at the 2012 trade deadline, as they are once again in “sell” mode.
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.
Roy Oswalt has a lot of demands, including the team he wants, can he have it all?
We are halfway through the 2011 season, and the Pittsburgh Pirates are tied for 2nd place, with a record of 41-39 going into Friday.
The Royals continue to show they have no idea how to handle Frank White.
With one outfielder out of the picture, KC will have a couple of choices with David DeJesus before this time next season.
So, after the dust settles after the deadline I would like to see Bannister, DeJesus, Guillen, Farnsworth, Ankiel, Podsednik, Chen, and Bloomquist gone.