Three ways the Royals and Cardinals are building similar teams for 2022 and beyond

If there is one thing I have learned about my eight-plus years living in Kansas City (and 10+ years living in the Midwest in general), it’s that Kansas City and St. Louis folks tend to butt heads, even though the chip is bigger on the shoulders of Kansas City natives than St. Louis ones. And… Read More Three ways the Royals and Cardinals are building similar teams for 2022 and beyond

Five Things from 2021 I am Thankful for as a Royals (and Baseball) Fan

It is Thanksgiving Day, and I imagine a lot of people are out there with their families, which is especially needed now considering that last Thanksgiving forced so many people to celebrate digitally (I know my family did, especially as we are spread out all over the country). Thus, I just wanted to share a… Read More Five Things from 2021 I am Thankful for as a Royals (and Baseball) Fan

The ‘Braves Way’ should give the Royals hope for the future

After blowing the clinching game against Houston at Truist Park in game 5 of the World Series, the Atlanta Braves took care of business and won the franchise’s second World Series since moving to Atlanta in 1966, and their first World Series since 1995. And a big contributor to the Braves’ World Series victory was… Read More The ‘Braves Way’ should give the Royals hope for the future