Comparing the 2019 Kansas City Royals to the movie ‘Major League’

It’s been a rough past couple of days for Royals fans, as the bullpen blew back to back games against the Minnesota Twins on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. I am in the process of writing another piece, talking about the bullpen, and the Royals’ struggles the past two seasons when it comes to pitching… Read More Comparing the 2019 Kansas City Royals to the movie ‘Major League’

Ranking the Royals starting pitchers (and candidates) so far in 2019

In the beginning of the 2019 season, all the criticism of the Kansas City Royals seemed to hone in on the starting pitching. In fact, the “the Royals have good offense, but lousy pitching” dominated any conversation regarding Royals baseball in April and early May of 2019. And the vitriol was for good reason: during… Read More Ranking the Royals starting pitchers (and candidates) so far in 2019

Where do the 2019 Royals miss Salvy the most (and least)?

Without a doubt, one early blow to the Royals’ 2019 playoff chances happened in Spring Training, when six-time All-Star catcher Salvador Perez underwent Tommy John surgery in early March. The surgery was a major blow for a club looking to rebuild for a second straight season, and it’s obvious that the Royals, currently 22-48 at… Read More Where do the 2019 Royals miss Salvy the most (and least)?

Can O’Hearn figure out his problems in Omaha? (And can the Royals expect anything from Bonifacio?)

With the Royals fresh off their first series win since April, and starting a mini-road trip on Friday against the Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis, the Kansas City Royals dropped this on Friday afternoon: The move is not a surprising one on the O’Hearn end, as the 25-year-old first baseman’s struggles in 2019 were noted by… Read More Can O’Hearn figure out his problems in Omaha? (And can the Royals expect anything from Bonifacio?)