It’s likely that the AL Rookie of the Year award will go to Seattle’s Julio Rodriguez, especially considering the young Mariners’ production and the fact that he is on a team in playoff contention. Nonetheless, the fact that Bobby Witt, Jr. will miss out on the award shouldn’t damper his impressive rookie season in Kansas… Read More The White Sox’s Tim Anderson Could Give Royals Fans Insight On Bobby Witt Jr’s Defensive Outlook
When the Royals signed Mike Minor to help solidify their rotation this off-season, the move made sense for both Minor and the Royals. For Minor, who was coming off a rough 2020 season in which he posted a 5.56 ERA in 56.2 IP with both the Texas Rangers and Oakland A’s, Kansas City was a… Read More Is it time to move Mike Minor to the Royals bullpen?
Monday was the first day of full-team workouts at Royals camp in Surprise, and there were tons of tidbits and content on Twitter that were tough to ignore for hardcore Royals fans such as myself. Here’s a clip compilation of some highlights from the first day of workouts: While plenty more clips from Royals camp… Read More So who is Brad Brach? (And why did the Royals sign him over other options?)
To say that the last 24 hours have been “interesting” for Royals fans is putting it lightly. After a pretty tame off-season thus far by the Royals front office, Dayton Moore made two big moves on Sunday night and Monday morning, with the first big move being reported late Sunday evening by Ken Rosenthal: Though… Read More Mike Minor is the fit this Royals pitching staff needs in 2021
As of now, there seems to be quite a bit of outfield depth in the Kansas City Royals system. In addition to a projected starting outfield of Alex Gordon in left, Whit Merrifield in center, and Hunter Dozier in right, the Royals also have Brett Phillips, Bubba Starling, and Ryan McBroom on the bench, who… Read More Are Hicklen and Gigliotti late-blooming, “Royals Way” outfield prospects?
So, it seems like the restrictions will start to be slowly lifted over the next month in Kansas City and beyond. While life will not be the same for the next year or so, it is exciting to think about getting back to normalcy somewhat, even if it may be a long, arduous process. Thus,… Read More #RoyalsCity: Up-Down v Tapcade: A Study of KC Retro Arcade Bars
First off, I just want to say that I am not a Dayton Moore “hater” by any means. Do I think he’s the best general manager in the game? Of course not. However, the man did help bring the Royals two pennants and a World Series during his tenure, he has done a lot with… Read More The Five Worst Deals by Dayton Moore in the Royals Post-World Series Era
One of the biggest events in Kansas City annually is the Big 12 Basketball Championship, which takes place at the Sprint Center. Though I did not have any dog in this fight (as a Californian who went to Gonzaga for undergrad, Big 12 basketball is still pretty new to me), I was able to go… Read More #RoyalsCity: An outsider recap of the Big 12 Championship