With the unknown status of the full extent of Jason Motte’s injury, the St. Louis Cardinals bullpen will be the next unit that is forced to adjust on the run. However, with their closer on the mend, a brand new set of questions will have to be answered in a short amount of time.
The second day of the Cardinals Winter Warm Up brought on even more players to the annual event.
In the backyard of many suburban homes, the game plays out in entirety by one young kid with a dream.
All-star voting is in full swing and at this point, it looks like a few Royals players are putting together, some would argue, all-star caliber baseball during the first two and a half months of this season.
Even though age and wear may be getting in the way, this guy can still get a job done, somewhere.
At the beginning of Spring Training if someone would have said the Royals are going to be good enough to win or split their first five series of the year, I would have been extremely skeptical along with most other baseball writers and analysts.
The group of Cardinals that patrolled shortstop might not have been an offensive threat, but there are some things that cannot be replaced.
Matt Wilson of BaseballDigest.com brings you this week’s fantasy reports. Here are his thoughts on the Royals players this week.