We are now officially in the stretch run of the season, as it is August 1st, which means that there are only a couple of months left in the season (the season extends to October this year, due to more off days being implemented in the schedule). Right now, the Royals are obviously looking to… Read More Three roster decisions the Royals should implement for the remainder of the year
For the past three Trade Deadlines, trade rumors have circulated around Whit Merrifield. And once again, despite some piquing interest from other clubs, Dayton Moore and the Royals opted to keep Whit around for at least the remainder of 2021. The decision is a polarizing one among Royals fans. One one end, other than Salvy,… Read More If the Royals want to build momentum for ’22, they need a bounce back from Whit
The “Hot Stove” season is always a fun one, as it can generate all kinds of wacky discussion. That was on prime display on Twitter, as Jim Bowden of the Athletic threw out a possible Whit Merrifield trade scenario with the Yankees that wasn’t exactly “warmly received” by Royals fans: I get Royals Farm Report’s… Read More Four Royals players who may be moved by the Trade Deadline
Right now, even after a two-game sweep of the NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers on the road, there are two main stories circulating among Royals fan circles on this off-day before the Royals begin a weekend series at Kauffman Stadium against the suddenly surging Detroit Tigers: The promotions of Bobby Witt, Jr. and Nick Pratto to… Read More With Witt, Jr. and Pratto up in Omaha, should the Royals finally trade Whit?
There may be no Royals starting pitcher more fascinating than Brady Singer, currently (as I have written about him being an enigma in the past). In some ways, 2021 has been a regression of sorts. After posting a 4.06 ERA in 12 starts and 64.1 IP during the shortened 2020 campaign, Singer is currently posting… Read More Singer needs a third pitch…so how should the Royals approach that?
At 36-53 going into this weekend’s series against the Orioles, it is pretty safe to say that the Royals’ playoff hopes will have to wait at least another season. After a hot start in April, the Royals have regressed each month since, which included a disastrous June in which they went 7-20 overall in the… Read More Duffy is the Royals’ most valuable trade piece…but will he be dealt?
The Royals will begin the second half of the 2021 season at Kauffman Stadium, as they will begin a three-game series with the Baltimore Orioles. While the Royals currently sit in last place in the AL Central, this Orioles series could be an opportunity for Kansas City to build some much needed momentum after a… Read More Three Royals players to pay attention to in the second half
It’s been a few weeks since I posted, mostly because I finally finished grad school and earned my Master of Arts in Educational Leadership from the University of Notre Dame. After three summers and two full years, I finally have my degree, and now will be transitioning into administrative leadership at a K-8 feeder school… Read More Salvy, Whit and Finding Hope for the Royals in the 2nd Half
It was not an easy series for Salvador Perez in New York, as the Royals’ 31-year-old franchise catcher went 1-for-11 in the three game slate against the Yankees. Salvy has been a revelation this year, as he is currently posting a .284/.314/.526 slash in 299 plate appearances, which includes a team-leading 18 home runs. Furthermore,… Read More Do the Royals need to look out for the long-term health of Salvador Perez?
It hasn’t been an easy 2021 for either Adalberto Mondesi or Kansas City Royals fans, especially those who had such high hopes for Mondesi as he entered his sixth season at the Major League level. Mondesi has already had multiple stints on the 10-day IL, and when he returned after his latest stint, there was… Read More Adalberto Mondesi, Nicky Lopez, and the importance of building the Royals’ depth