Could Guzman and Heath be valuable “one-tool” weapons off the Royals bench?

Though the Royals dropped the first part of a two-game road series against the Reds at Great America Ballpark on Tuesday evening, the Royals made an interesting roster move earlier that day: The Royals’ decision to bring up Guzman, a defensive-first prospect, was an interesting move by Dayton Moore, especially considering he has not played… Read More Could Guzman and Heath be valuable “one-tool” weapons off the Royals bench?

Doz is back…and that could have an effect on Starling and Gordo going forward

It’s a great day to be a Kansas City Royal fan right now, even if it is an off day. Currently, the Royals sit 7-10 after having won four straight games, which also included a sweep of the first-place and defending AL Central champion Minnesota Twins. In Sunday’s win over the Twins, not only was… Read More Doz is back…and that could have an effect on Starling and Gordo going forward

The Jorge Lopez era in KC is over…and it’s probably best for both sides

This afternoon, the Royals announced an expected roster move that has been on Royals fans’ minds the past couple of weeks: With no Minor League options remaining, as well as the lack of a rotation or bullpen spot available currently, Lopez and his days with the Royals seemed numbered even before he was placed on… Read More The Jorge Lopez era in KC is over…and it’s probably best for both sides

Singer and Bubic are succeeding, but the Royals should still not call up Bobby Witt, Jr. this season

To say that the 2020 season has been rough thus far for Royals fans may be putting it lightly. In addition to all the challenges to the MLB season due to the Coronavirus, which included a delayed and shortened season, as well as no fans being able to attend Kauffman Stadium (or any other MLB… Read More Singer and Bubic are succeeding, but the Royals should still not call up Bobby Witt, Jr. this season

At this point, the Royals need to “fully embrace” the rebuild (but will they?)

The Royals are currently 3-9 after getting swept in consecutive series against the White Sox and Cubs (Kansas City is not faring well against Chicago teams this year, as they are 0-5 against both teams so far). They have the second-worst record in all of baseball, as they are half-a-game up on the 2-9 Pittsburgh… Read More At this point, the Royals need to “fully embrace” the rebuild (but will they?)

Looking at Josh Staumont’s 2020 start…and what it could mean for the Royals in 2021

One of the more interesting reliever stories going into 2020 was Josh Staumont, a former second-round pick of the Royals in the 2015 MLB Draft who is known for his top-notch stuff, but has been plagued by wild control and command as a professional. The Royals’ top prospect according to Baseball America going into the… Read More Looking at Josh Staumont’s 2020 start…and what it could mean for the Royals in 2021