It wasn’t just an amazing, walk-off, extra-innings win in front of a sellout crowd. Sunday’s game was a message to the rest of Major League Baseball: The Royals are not a joke anymore.
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.
The end of the season is drawing closer and closer and the playoff race is heating up in the American League.
Lynn’s spot in the rotation should be safe regardless of his struggles.
After a season filled with injuries to the pitching staff, now the St. Louis Cardinals will have to deal with an injury to one of their starting fielders, who also happened to be one of their most important hitters.
A recent seven-game losing skid damages their playoff hopes, but the Royals still have an opportunity to finish above .500.
For the first time in almost a month, the St. Louis Cardinals will enter a series as the division leader in the National League Central.
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.
Now playing meaningful games in August and September for the first time in years, the Royals have made several moves recently to add depth to their team as they try to make the playoffs for the first time since 1985.