When Justin Maxwell walked up to the plate in the 10th inning of Sunday’s game against the Rangers, anyone watching could sense that it was a big moment.
Crucial losses to the Tigers and Indians dim the Royals playoff hopes, but they’re still hanging on.
With the playoffs coming up, and some great lefties on the horizon like Francisco Liriano and Clayton Kershaw, I want to study how successful The Cardinals really are against lefties.
The end of the season is drawing closer and closer and the playoff race is heating up in the American League.
The Cardinals and Pittsburgh Pirates had identical 86-62 records as of Sunday and both trailed the Atlanta Braves by three games for the best record in the league
Left for dead after a seven-game losing streak, the Royals are still in the playoff hunt.
Yesterday afternoon, the Cardinals released the details of their schedule for the 2014 season. Here are a few of the highlights and series of note for the upcoming season.
A recent seven-game losing skid damages their playoff hopes, but the Royals still have an opportunity to finish above .500.
A hot start after the All Star break had Royals fans dreaming of the postseason.
The Royals have a chance at the postseason, but they have to get through the Tigers and Indians.