Previewing This Crucial Royals Upcoming Homestand Against the White Sox and Twins

On one end, this past road trip could be seen as one to forget. After all, the Royals were going against three teams who were hovering toward the bottom of their respective divisions, and they ended up losing two of the three road series (Baltimore and Texas). In addition, the Royals are only 11-20, and… Read More Previewing This Crucial Royals Upcoming Homestand Against the White Sox and Twins

Three Reasons That Could Explain Isbel’s Lack of Playing Time With the Royals

There are a lot of things that can polarize the Kansas City Royals fanbase, especially on Twitter. And it seems like a story that has been captivating this Royals fanbase early this season has been the lack of playing time for outfielder Kyle Isbel this season. When the Royals announced their starting lineup for Saturday’s… Read More Three Reasons That Could Explain Isbel’s Lack of Playing Time With the Royals

Should the Royals Think About Changing Nicky Lopez’s Role in the Infield?

In my first post of a short series about “Royals Roster Move Suggestions”, I basically advocated for Kris Bubic to be demoted to Triple-A and for Jon Heasley to replace him in the Royals rotation. Well, on Thursday, the suggested transaction actually happened, as Heasley made his 2022 Royals debut against the Texas Rangers at… Read More Should the Royals Think About Changing Nicky Lopez’s Role in the Infield?

Why the Royals Should Demote Bubic to Omaha (And Bring Up Heasley In the Process)

Right now, it’s easy to understand the frustration of Kansas City Royals fans (though I do think many Royals fans are being a TAD dramatic…I mean, we’re still early in the year after all). The Royals are currently 9-17 after dropping two out of three against the Baltimore Orioles, who somehow are NOT in last… Read More Why the Royals Should Demote Bubic to Omaha (And Bring Up Heasley In the Process)

“Reporter Jottings”: Royals ‘Optimism’; Talking BABIP; and Jorge López’s Resurgence

I am just posting a quick “jottings” piece today, especially with no Royals game for a third-straight day. The Royals have a pretty advantageous stretch, as they play Baltimore, Texas, and then Colorado on the road. It’s not out of the question to think that the Royals could not just get the bats going during… Read More “Reporter Jottings”: Royals ‘Optimism’; Talking BABIP; and Jorge López’s Resurgence

Whit is Struggling Offensively; How Patient Should the Royals Be?

The Royals have an off day as they travel to Baltimore for a weekend series against the Orioles. Kansas City is coming off a brutal 10-0 loss in the season finale against the Cardinals at Kauffman Stadium, which brings their 2022 record to 1-3 against their Eastern Missouri neighbors, and 8-15 overall (which ties them… Read More Whit is Struggling Offensively; How Patient Should the Royals Be?

Three Reasons Why Royals Fans Should (Still) Be Optimistic After a Rough Start

The Royals lost a brutal 1-0 game to cross-state rival St. Louis in a makeup game at Busch Stadium on Monday afternoon. As of May 2nd, the Royals are 7-14, which ties them for last in the AL Central with the Detroit Tigers, who also share a similar record. It’s been easy to be “doom… Read More Three Reasons Why Royals Fans Should (Still) Be Optimistic After a Rough Start