It’s official, the Matt Carpenter experience has worked. And having his bat in the lineup every day has helped the Cardinals go into the All Star Break with the best record in baseball.
If National Hispanic Heritage Month is recognized in Kauffman Stadium, it is a holiday without a lot of history.
As a guy who has lacked in home run power over the beginning of his career in Kansas City, Billy Butler, has taken the bull by the horns this season setting a new career high in home runs only 111 games into the 2012 season.
The St. Louis Cardinals have used a trio of second basemen this year as they’ve muddled to a 58-49 record heading into play Sunday that mirrors the mess the team has at the second-base position.
After just a horrendous month of July, the Kansas City Royals start off the month of August on a good note.
You may have seen Sunday’s St Louis Cardinals victory over the Houston Astros, and Tyler Greene’s 2-HR day. Was it historic? You betcha.
Other than the mess that Yuniesky Betancourt and the other second basemen are in, the roster could have been filled out prior to spring training.
When the Kansas City Royals announced that they had signed shortstop and now utility infielder Yuniesky Betancourt fans were shellshocked to say the least.
If the Royals were a football team, they would be in a pretty good spot right now.
No aspect of the 2012 Cardinals comes with more questions than the middle infield, where one position has no clear starter and one has a veteran with something to prove. … Read More