Crucial losses to the Tigers and Indians dim the Royals playoff hopes, but they’re still hanging on.
Left for dead after a seven-game losing streak, the Royals are still in the playoff hunt.
Now let’s look at the strength of the schedule for the rest of the season for each team.
A recent seven-game losing skid damages their playoff hopes, but the Royals still have an opportunity to finish above .500.
The Cardinals return home from a suspenseful, yet successful road trip to face the Atlanta Braves for a four game tilt starting Thursday night. Here’s the current story of the two teams that will meet through this weekend in St. Louis.
St. Louis Cardinals mark start of playoff push in 14-inning win against Pittsburgh Pirates
Meet your newest Royal, reserve outfielder Justin Maxwell.
Coming in at just over the eighty-one game halfway mark of the season, the Royals remain six games out of first place in the American League Central Division and two and a half games behind the Cleveland Indians, putting them in 3rd place.
The St. Louis Cardinals established the best record in Major League Baseball for much of the first half of the season because of their starting pitching rotation.
Speed kills and Jarrod Dyson has speed to burn.