Tonight, the National League Championship Series kicks off at Busch Stadium. Finding the edge is tough, but who carries it: the hottest team in baseball or the most proven team in it?
It’s late June and the Royals are in first place. No, they aren’t at the top of their division nor are they leading the wild card race.
As a baseball fan watching Kansas City suffer for years, I have to wonder if they are actually a good contender this season for the playoffs, or if this is just their 15 minutes of fame.
The St. Louis Cardinals brought an end to the biggest question that surrounded any part of the club this spring by finishing an agreement to keep pitcher Adam Wainwright in a Cardinal uniform for the for another half decade. After two months of negotiations and with less than a week before Opening Day, the team closed on keeping one of its most irreplaceable players in the fold.
The comparison machine is going crazy in a wild attempt to get a grasp on what a long-term extension for Adam Wainwright would look like. But caution must be used in where these conclusions are drawn from.
Although not flashy, St. Louis Cardinals and Cincinnati Reds offseason moves could create best race of 2013
We have all been embarrassed by our own family. Whether it’s an overzealous parent, a misbehaving kid, a drunken uncle, or a senile grandparent…we all know the feeling.
There were a lot of rumors, but as of Wednesday night, no deals made.
Jeffress, Hottovy and Bourgeois become footnotes in Royals history.
I hope you can forgive a bit of rambling in this article, as a I am not even in high school yet.