This has been an interesting spring for the Kansas City Royals.
Over the last week, the Cardinals have made two moves that have locked up and solidified the left side of the infield for years to come.
While a playoff spot this season is improbable for the Royals, a strong second half by Moustakas and Hosmer should have Royals fans feeling good about the future.
The moments of brilliance for St. Louis Cardinals third baseman David Freese come in flashes.
One of the most intriguing teams over the next few weeks will be the Chicago Cubs.
The loss of the designated hitter in their return to National League play might actually help the team.
The Royals finally crawled back to around .500, but they still have a lackluster offense.
This week, we take a closer look at a first-time dad on a hot streak, a team that has picked a bad time to slump, and our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch.
This week, we examine the hottest team in baseball, take a look at what could be the end of one of the most fascinating careers in recent baseball history, and more (including our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch).
The St. Louis Cardinals have one of the most balanced attacks in all of Major League Baseball. Their pitching staff leads in earned-run average, the defense has the fewest errors in baseball and the lineup is ranked fourth of the 30 teams, but every power-producing engine needs a spark plug.