St. Louis Cardinals general manager John Mozeliak made his first and only trade of the season Friday when he got right-handed reliever John Axford from the Milwaukee Brewers.
The St. Louis Cardinals have used three weeks of spring training to find their likely middle infielders for the upcoming season, but one big decision remains as to who will take the fifth spot in the starting rotation.
Whenever the World Baseball Classic rolls around, questions abound about who will participate in the tournament and whether or not that compromises their preparation, and later success, in the regular Major League Baseball season.
It will undoubtedly be the number one mission of Dayton Moore to improve the pitching for his Kansas City Royals in the off-season.
Spring training is full of proclamations about “renewed focus” and “tweaked mechanics” for pitchers around the country.
After a 15 win season with a 3.78 earned run average, both career bests, the Cardinals decided to lock Lohse up in a contract through 2012.
Greg Leuthen checks in with his most memorable Cardinals’ game of 2010.
With the Royals, it has almost been Zack Grienke and… pray for rain.
The Royals slid one last deal through before the Non-Waiver Trade Deadline, sending away Rick Ankiel and Kyle Farnsworth.