Matt Harvey highlights the Royals’ concerns going into Opening Day

They say “absence makes the heart grow fonder”. And the MLB layoff due to COVID definitely made Kansas City sports fans feel more optimistic about the Royals’ chances in the AL Central during a shortened 60-game season. What if the Royals got hot out of the gate ala 2003? What if they could just go… Read More Matt Harvey highlights the Royals’ concerns going into Opening Day

Four interesting stories from the 2015 ALDS between the Royals and Astros

It’s been almost three months since Royals fans have seen Kansas City players in action. Safe to say, Royals fans (including myself) are chomping at the bit to watch Royals baseball again, which hopefully will start up again with an “abbreviated” Spring Training sometime in June. Yes, this Royals season wasn’t shaping up to be… Read More Four interesting stories from the 2015 ALDS between the Royals and Astros

“Royals World Series”: 1977 vs. 2015 (George Brett Divisional Series Game 1)

Now that we have gotten one of the divisional rounds out of the way in the “Frank White” League, let’s move onto the “George Brett” League, as we have an interesting matchup between two teams that are nearly three decades apart (i.e. no shared players in this matchup): the 102-win 1977 Royals and the World… Read More “Royals World Series”: 1977 vs. 2015 (George Brett Divisional Series Game 1)

The Astros fiasco should help Royals fans keep perspective on Moore’s tenure

As Kansas City and Chiefs fans recovered from the epic hangover that was their epic 51-31 win over the Houston Texans, in which they came back from a 24-0 first quarter deficit, Major League Baseball issued this news drop to further put salt in the wound of Houston sports fans Monday morning: If the news… Read More The Astros fiasco should help Royals fans keep perspective on Moore’s tenure