The Cardinals continued to make the future the present, by promoting second baseman Kolten Wong from Triple-A Memphis. While the long-term are clear, in an immediate sense, his presence is just as strategic as it is symbolic
In this week’s Triple Play, we look at some of the players who are being bandied about in trade rumors, plus a few players who SHOULD be traded, along with our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch.
The St. Louis Cardinals entered spring training with the fifth starter position in the rotation up for grabs. It appears that the spotlight on that competition will shine bright over the next few days.
Five Storm Chasers enjoy their Royals cup of coffee.
It will undoubtedly be the number one mission of Dayton Moore to improve the pitching for his Kansas City Royals in the off-season.
The Royals’ minor league clubs moved quickly into action as soon as the big league club broke camp.
Danny Duffy, Mike Montgomery, John Lamb and Chris Dwyer got all the publicity coming into the season, but another pitcher is quickly establishing himself as perhaps the Royals’ top pitching prospect.
Bryan Augenstein, once a top-notch prospect, seemingly fizzled in AAA last year. But his stats could be an altitude-related anomaly, Justin Hulsey says.
The Cardinals complete a three team trade that sends Ryan Ludwick to the Padres and brings Jake Westbrook to St. Louis.