The Kansas City Royals have put the final touches on their starting rotation.
The Kansas City Royals and Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim will take the field as the final two teams to open 2012.
No aspect of the 2012 Cardinals comes with more questions than the middle infield, where one position has no clear starter and one has a veteran with something to prove. … Read More
On April 5, 2011, Kyle McClellan made history as he joined a rather select group of starting pitchers who grew up in the St. Louis area. Looking back over the last 100 years of Cardinals history, here are the other hometown starters.
In Part 2 of this series on opening day pitchers, we will take a look at the hurlers that took the first baseball of the new season immediately following the retirement of Bob Gibson up to the arrival of Tony La Russa in 1995.
The emergence of Jaime Garcia was one of the biggest Cardinals stories in 2010. Thirty-five years ago, the Cardinals farm system produced another pair of remarkable lefties. Everybody knows about Steve Carlton, but one year before “Lefty”, another youngster had a historic rookie season. That pitcher was Larry Jaster and this is his story.
Billy Butler is the I-70 Baseball Royals Position Player of 2010.