With the Chiefs opening their 2019 campaign on Sunday, pretty much all Kansas City sports fans will be solely concentrating on the Red and Gold from now until January (February if they are lucky). And with that being the case, the Royals, currently 52-90, will be an afterthought, background noise on a weekday night as… Read More Three reasons the Royals are worth watching in September
Why do I keep going to Royals games at Kauffman stadium in 2019 despite the lousy outlook of the team? I give 10 reasons why I keep following Royals baseball this season at the K and beyond…… Read More 10 reasons why I still (and will continue to) go to Royals games at Kauffman
As someone who now resides in and calls Kansas City home, the Kelvin Herrera trade to the Washington Nationals has dominated the MLB blog-sphere as well as the local Kansas City media scene. And understandably so: the Royals are one of the worst teams in baseball, and Herrera was one of the last and more… Read More Let’s get over Kelvin Herrera getting traded…okay?
At 22–49, the Kansas City Royals have the second-worst record in all of baseball (only the Orioles are worse at 20–50; at least they have the excuse that they play in the same division as the Yankees and Red Sox). For Royals fans who followed this team pre-2013, it seems like it’s back to half-empty… Read More Who Should I Give a Crap About on this Royals Team?