The best item at Kauffman is something you can’t get anywhere else in KC (“Royalty Awards” Best Concession)

One of the benefits of baseball returning for fans at Kauffman Stadium in 2021 was the fact that Kansas City sports fans could get their hands on concessions once again at a MLB ballpark. Now, I know, Kansas City Royals fans typically are “tailgate” people. Even during a weekday game, it’s about either grilling out… Read More The best item at Kauffman is something you can’t get anywhere else in KC (“Royalty Awards” Best Concession)

The 2021 Central division “rivalry” rankings for Royals fans

The Chicago White Sox, the AL Central’s lone representative in the 2021 postseason, saw their season end today in deflating fashion. They were blew out 10-1 by the Houston Astros at Guaranteed Rate Field on the South Side of Chicago, which effectively clinched a 3-1 series win for AL West division champions. It hasn’t been… Read More The 2021 Central division “rivalry” rankings for Royals fans

A Royals ‘Opening Day’ to Remember (“Royalty Awards” Most Memorable Game)

In part three of the 2021 “Royalty Awards” I am going to take a look at the most memorable game I attended in person at Kauffman Stadium this season. I had two very specific sets of criteria when it came to identifying the top three from this set of “Royalty Awards”: I had to attend… Read More A Royals ‘Opening Day’ to Remember (“Royalty Awards” Most Memorable Game)

Three Royals players who need to have strong AFL campaigns

I am taking a break from the “Royalty Awards” in this post in order to talk a little bit about the Arizona Fall League, which begins on Wednesday. Royals players will be playing on the Surprise Saguaros roster, which makes sense considering the Royals’ Spring Training complex is in Surprise. In addition to the Texas… Read More Three Royals players who need to have strong AFL campaigns

Future Royals Ace…Carlos Hernandez? (“Royalty Awards” Most Unexpected Story)

In part one of the “Royalty Awards”, I took a look at the Royals’ “Most Important” player, which unsurprisingly went to Salvador Perez (with Nicky Lopez finishing second, and Scott Barlow finishing third). In part two, I take a look at the “Most Unexpected” story from the 2021 season, which includes positive unexpected developments, as… Read More Future Royals Ace…Carlos Hernandez? (“Royalty Awards” Most Unexpected Story)

Forget WAR; Salvy Saved the Royals this Year (“Royalty Awards” Most Important Player)

The Royals season is officially over, as they finished 74-88, slightly above most preseason projections. As another playoff season continues without the Kansas City Royals, I decided that it would be good to wrap up the 2021 Royals campaign with a five-part series of posts where I give out certain “awards” from this past season.… Read More Forget WAR; Salvy Saved the Royals this Year (“Royalty Awards” Most Important Player)

Introducing the 2021 Royals Reporter “Royalty” Awards

It was weird waking up this morning, and knowing that there wouldn’t be Kansas City Royals baseball on for a long time. Granted, there still is baseball, and while I wish there would’ve been a four-way playoff for the American League Wild Card spots, I am still excited about the upcoming MLB Postseason (definitely sticking… Read More Introducing the 2021 Royals Reporter “Royalty” Awards

‘Salvy on Deck’: Quick Reflections on the Royals Last Game at the K in 2021

On most games this season, Kauffman Stadium would be nearly empty with the Royals down 7-3 in the bottom of the ninth against the AL Central division cellar dweller Minnesota Twins. And yet, the tension among Royals fans in the stadium was high, mostly due to the fact that Salvador Perez was due fourth to… Read More ‘Salvy on Deck’: Quick Reflections on the Royals Last Game at the K in 2021