A once promising season takes some bizarre turns.
Three valuable points to take away from the Royals recent series with the Angels.
The last thing that you’d expect to rule this weekend is pitching, let alone a historical level of it. Yet, the Cardinals did (and fell victim to) just that. There’s three points to how they made that possible.
It will undoubtedly be the number one mission of Dayton Moore to improve the pitching for his Kansas City Royals in the off-season.
A hodgepodge mixed with a potpourri and a dash of mélange.
A week ago, the Cardinals had a shot at turning things around, now they may not get a second chance.
One good slide deserves another.
The Cardinals dropped a heartbreaker on Wednesday night, losing to Cincinnati 9-8 in thirteen innings.
The Cardinals won’t face Tim Lincecum this trip.