Ervin Santana signing with Royals was unexpected, but could be a surprising boost

There is no doubt that the Royals have been active in terms of upgrading their Major League pitching depth this off-season in preparation for 2021. The Royals did see rookies Brady Singer and Kris Bubic make solid debuts in 2020, and have a system chock full of highly rated pitching prospects (with Daniel Lynch, Jackson… Read More Ervin Santana signing with Royals was unexpected, but could be a surprising boost

Three free agent outfielders whom the Royals should avoid this off-season

It’s been a fun, hot stove season for Kansas City Royals fans, which hasn’t necessarily been said about the team in a while. Of the current AL Central clubs, only the Chicago White Sox have been as aggressive, as they acquired Lance Lynn in a trade with the Texas Rangers (though I think they may… Read More Three free agent outfielders whom the Royals should avoid this off-season

Playoff Riff: Why the Braves and Rays should give Royals fans hope

Riffnoun: riff; plural noun: riffs-1. a short repeated phrase in popular music and jazz, typically used as an introduction or refrain in a song.—“a brilliant guitar riff”-2. a monologue or spoken improvisation, especially a humorous one, on a particular subject.–“subsequent riffs on the same themes fail to amuse” Definition from Oxford Languages Watching both the… Read More Playoff Riff: Why the Braves and Rays should give Royals fans hope

Three “Rule-5 Eligible” Royals prospects to watch in Fall Camp

The Royals rebuild made some strides at the Major League level this year, as the Royals finished 26-34 during the COVID-shortened season. However, the strength of the Royals as an organization remains in the Minor Leagues, as Dayton Moore and the Royals front office has put together an impressive crop of young talent together in… Read More Three “Rule-5 Eligible” Royals prospects to watch in Fall Camp

Not all about the wins: one last Royals game at the K in 2019

Even though I attended last Wednesday’s game against the Atlanta Braves, I decided to save this piece until the conclusion of the 2019 season, which formally ended today with a walk-off 5-4 win over the AL Central Division Champion Minnesota Twins. The win was a nice conclusion for a variety of reasons: it helped secure… Read More Not all about the wins: one last Royals game at the K in 2019