After seeing Jurickson Profar re-sign with the Padres, it seems likely that the Royals will probably be done when it comes to signing any high or medium-profile free agents left on the free agent market. Of course, that may be disappointing to most Royals fans, especially after an off-season where the Royals signed two pretty… Read More Why is it difficult for the Royals to sign free agents?
It’s amazing that I have reached 200 posts on this blog. Granted, so much of that was due to COVID giving me a lot more time to write, but this blog has definitely outlasted many other web sites I have started since I began blogging during my sophomore year of college (shoutout to my old… Read More The Royals Reporter “All-Time” Royals Lineup (200th post special)
Without a doubt, this COVID shutdown has been tough for Royals faithful. While it has been nice to do different kinds of “fan brackets” and recount Royals history, KC baseball fans (myself included) miss the Boys in Blue taking the field at Kauffman Stadium. It certainly has been tough for KC denizens to power through… Read More “Maverick” Phillips has been Royals story of shutdown; can he build on that once play begins?
This post can now be found in the Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten” page. As of now, it seems very unlikely baseball will start until July at the earliest (don’t know what this means for my tickets, but hey, we will see). That seemed further confirmed at Kauffman Stadium and in Kansas City after this… Read More Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten”: Edinson Volquez, RHP
Originally, when Dayton Moore elected to hire Mike Matheny as the Royals’ new manager, I was pessimistic to say the least. I felt that Pedro Grifol was a better option, and I thought Matheny’s history in St. Louis wouldn’t mesh with a club that was going through a clear rebuild. In order for the club… Read More Will the Royals continue their history of a ‘win boost’ with new manager Matheny?
It’s amazing that this blog has gotten to a 100 posts. Granted some posts were merged from my old Royals/Fantasy Baseball blog, “The Roto Royal“, and some posts came from some other old blogs that focused on Kansas City and Midwest culture. Yet for the most part, there has been a lot of the work… Read More 10 Reasons Why I Am a Royals Fan
Nicknames are great in baseball. When nicknames become fan-wide trends, it is even better. Last year, “Soler Power” took Royals nation by storm, as Soler’s breakout season helped Royals fans deal with a second-straight 100-loss season. Two years ago, “Two Hit” Whit began to take hold, as his nickname became firmly entrenched in Kansas City… Read More Five Royals nicknames that could be trends in 2020
Though the Kansas City Metro is firmly focusing (and rightfully so) on the Chiefs’ first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years, the Royals have been making some noise with seam heads such as myself. First, the Vegas over/under win totals for Major League baseball teams was released early this week and the Royals opened with… Read More Can Gordo’s return help the Royals win more than 65 games in 2020?
Dear John Sherman and the new Royals Ownership Group, Thank you for taking over our beloved Kansas City Royals. As you know, Mr. Sherman, this club means a lot to the community of Kansas City. If there was one thing we appreciate as a metro area, it’s that previous owner David Glass, and even the… Read More An Open Letter to new Royals Owner John Sherman (from a fan and ticket holder)
Despite the Royals best efforts, Hunter Dozier came in second in the final fan voting for the All-Star game, finishing second to Alex Bregman of the Houston Astros. Unfortunately for Kansas City baseball fans, this leaves the Royals with no guarantees of an All-Star. (But hey, at least he finished higher than Gio Ursehla of… Read More Why Whit will get screwed in the All Star game