Can Speier and Zimmer clean things up and contribute to the Royals bullpen?

With Spring Training suspended, and Opening Day in question, the Royals and Dayton Moore have for the most part stood pat. However, in their first roster move since Spring Training play stopped nearly a week ago, the Royals made this announcement: The move to option Kelvin Gutierrez is not a surprise. Gutierrez can not play… Read More Can Speier and Zimmer clean things up and contribute to the Royals bullpen?

Three things to help Royals fans get their baseball fix while social distancing

It seems to be just one bomb after another for folks not just nationally, but here in Kansas City as well. Last night, Governor of Kansas Laura Kelly ordered all K-12 schools in the state of Kansas to close their doors and go to online learning for the remainder of the semester in order to… Read More Three things to help Royals fans get their baseball fix while social distancing

Will the Royals continue their history of a ‘win boost’ with new manager Matheny?

Originally, when Dayton Moore elected to hire Mike Matheny as the Royals’ new manager, I was pessimistic to say the least. I felt that Pedro Grifol was a better option, and I thought Matheny’s history in St. Louis wouldn’t mesh with a club that was going through a clear rebuild. In order for the club… Read More Will the Royals continue their history of a ‘win boost’ with new manager Matheny?

Will Adams get his “chance” in Kansas City? (And could it be as an “Opener”?)

I received this comment from someone on the blog a day ago on the post on Randy Rosario and Glenn Sparkman making the Opening Day bullpen, and it got me thinking about a pitcher I had overlooked for the most part this Spring: “So Chance Adams has performed very well this ST …so what are… Read More Will Adams get his “chance” in Kansas City? (And could it be as an “Opener”?)