Why Royals Fans Should Still Be Optimistic About Brady Singer in the Bullpen

There’s no question that Sunday was a rough afternoon for Kris Bubic, Jackson Kowar, and Brady Singer, three of the Royals’ prized young pitchers from the 2018 Draft class. Already, some dominoes have fallen roster-wise from that difficult-to-watch game of baseball, as Kowar was demoted to Triple-A Omaha on Monday to make room for Joel… Read More Why Royals Fans Should Still Be Optimistic About Brady Singer in the Bullpen

“Royals 3 Stars” March 20th: Kowar Stands Out in First Spring Start

It was a weird up and down game for the Royals as they came back to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 11-10 on a walk-off double by Edward Olivares. They are currently 1-0-1 so far in Cactus League play. Here’s a look at the “3 Stars” from today’s game. Three Stars: Edward Olivares, RF Olivares came… Read More “Royals 3 Stars” March 20th: Kowar Stands Out in First Spring Start

Five Royals on the 40-Man Roster Hurt by the Delay to the Season

After failed negotiations last weekend, Major League Baseball has announced not only the delay of the MLB regular season but also the cancellation of another week of Spring Training games in both Arizona and Florida: At some point, the Royals and other clubs will report to their Spring Training camps when the lockout ends and… Read More Five Royals on the 40-Man Roster Hurt by the Delay to the Season

Three Good (And Two Concerning) Surprises from the 2022 Royals PECOTA Projections (Part 2: Pitchers)

A few days ago, I took a look at PECOTA projections and analyzed how Royals hitters fared for the upcoming 2022 season. For the most part, PECOTA seemed to have a more positive outlook for Royals hitters, which is promising for a team looking to improve upon their 74-88 record from the 2021 season. In… Read More Three Good (And Two Concerning) Surprises from the 2022 Royals PECOTA Projections (Part 2: Pitchers)

A Preview to the “Top 50 Royals Prospects” List (And Who Didn’t Make the Cut)

Every year, I publish a “Top Royals Prospects” list of some sort. In 2020, I did the “20 in 20” Prospects-to-Watch list. Last season, I started out with a “21 in 21”, but then eventually expanded the list to a Top-40 Royals Prospects list (which I discussed on the Royals Farm Report podcast). This year… Read More A Preview to the “Top 50 Royals Prospects” List (And Who Didn’t Make the Cut)