Now that St. Louis Cardinals management has decided which pitcher it wants to begin the season in the fifth and final spot in the starting rotation, its focus can shift to a similar dilemma that exists for the last spot in the bullpen.
The struggles of Adam Wainwright have caused for a red alert about if the Cardinals rotation can hold up to the demands of the remaining pennant chase.
After missing much of the year recovering from Tommy John surgery, it appears that Danny Duffy is ready to claim a spot in the Kansas City Royals’ rotation for the rest of this season and possibly next season as well.
The Kansas City Royals were poised to make it “Our Time” in 2012 before star pitcher Danny Duffy found his way to Tommy John surgery.
Part three takes a look at the catchers and outfielders on this year’s ballot.
Speaking of yowza, Chris Davis is on pace for 55 home runs, 150 RBI and 120 runs scored this season
Despite his performance, James hasn’t won a game since April. A lack of run support and a struggling bullpen is keeping the Royals from getting wins out of their best arm in the rotation.
The Cardinals brought an end to a brief slide over the weekend with a series win over the Cincinnati Reds. As the club moves back onto the road for a four-game series in Milwaukee, let’s look at three deciding factors in the series that just was against their toughest recent rival.
The St. Louis Cardinals beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 9-1 Friday, but they had to survive another bad performance from reliever Mitchell Boggs while Joe Kelly once again proved he should be used more often.
So far, Lorenzo Cain is playing well and staying healthy.