The most recent week of live-streamed intrasquad scrimmages have definitely piqued the interest of many Royals fans who have been yearning for baseball to return to Kauffman Stadium all summer. Furthermore, the intrasquad scrimmages got a bit of a boost on Tuesday as catcher Salvador Perez, who was the first Royal to test positive for… Read More Danny Duffy will be the Royals’ Opening Day starter, but could it be his last?
This is the final part of the three-part “Royals Easter Seasons.” Click on the link to read part 1 and part 2. “Let’s just trust the process. If other people don’t want to trust the process, that’s fine. If other people want to abandon the process, then abandon it. I’m not abandoning the process. I… Read More 2013 is where “Trusting the Process” began to pay off (Royals “Easter Seasons” Part 3)
As promised, here is the start of the “Royals World Series“, which is between the 2014 Royals and the 1982 Royals. Before I go into the “game” itself, let’s take a look at both teams and how they did that season. 1982 Royals (90-72, 2nd in AL West) The 1982 Kansas City Royals finished second… Read More “Royals World Series”: 2014 vs. 1982 (Wild Card Game)
September 30th marked the fifth-anniversary of the Royals’ wild 9-8 extra inning marathon win over the Oakland Athletics in the AL Wild Card game. And as expected, I poured over Twitter today, getting nostalgic as people shared fond memories of one of the most enjoyable moments in the history of Kansas City Royals baseball. And… Read More Three underrated moments from the 2014 Royals-Athletics Wild Card game