This has been an interesting spring for the Kansas City Royals.
Congratulations to the UCLA Bruins. They became the 2013 NCAA Men’s College Baseball Champions.
The St. Louis Cardinals jumped out to a 28-16 record through roughly the first quarter of the regular season, and while that is the best record in the National League, the team still has noticeable room for improvement.
The Cardinals leave out of Pittsburgh with essentially a split series due to the rain out of Tuesday evening, and also with a series that’s a tale of two halves. Here’s what to take from the Pittsburgh series, which was a revelation of some challenges that are remediable, but are becoming problems quickly.
The success the Royals had in Spring Training isn’t carrying over to the regular season yet.
The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has invited 21 non-roster players to Major League Spring Training in Surprise, Ariz. Among the invitations are nine pitchers, four catchers, four infielders and four outfielders.
Naturals winning at home
The Royals have a 3-3 road trip in California and head to KC for an important ten game home stand.
10,079 Cram into Hammons Field
Sorting out the last few roster spots