Breaking down the Royals 29 non-roster Spring Training Invitees into tiers

It’s a Super Bowl weekend, and even the Royals seem to be focused on the Chiefs defending their Super Bowl crown: Furthermore, in addition to the Super Bowl, Kansas City folks may also be focused on the cold front coming our way, as this weekend may force people in the Metro to hunker down for… Read More Breaking down the Royals 29 non-roster Spring Training Invitees into tiers

Three questions Royals fans should be asking in regard to the MLB Winter Meetings next week

On Monday, December 7th, the MLB Winter Meetings will take place virtually until December 10th. A massive annual event, the Winter Meetings were originally supposed to take place in Dallas until COVID forced baseball to make the event virtual. The Winter Meetings are often worth paying attention to for baseball fanatics, for not only do… Read More Three questions Royals fans should be asking in regard to the MLB Winter Meetings next week

Royals non-tender Franco, which opens up intriguing roster possibilities this Winter

It’s certainly been one of the more exciting off-seasons in a while for Royals fans. Furthermore, it’s only December 2nd, and Winter Meetings have not even begun yet, which should give Royals fans more hope that more “Hot Stove” excitement is on the way. On Sunday, the Royals came to terms with pitcher Mike Minor,… Read More Royals non-tender Franco, which opens up intriguing roster possibilities this Winter

Could Guzman and Heath be valuable “one-tool” weapons off the Royals bench?

Though the Royals dropped the first part of a two-game road series against the Reds at Great America Ballpark on Tuesday evening, the Royals made an interesting roster move earlier that day: The Royals’ decision to bring up Guzman, a defensive-first prospect, was an interesting move by Dayton Moore, especially considering he has not played… Read More Could Guzman and Heath be valuable “one-tool” weapons off the Royals bench?

The start of Royals camp offers some glimmers of hope, as well as more uncertainty

Today, the Royals held their first intrasquad scrimmage at Kauffman Stadium, and it felt like the Royals beat writers (the Athletic’s Alec Lewis, MLB.com’s Jeff Flanagan, and the KC Star’s Lynn Worthy) were covering it like it was Game 1 of the World Series. After nearly four months of inactivity, live baseball was finally back… Read More The start of Royals camp offers some glimmers of hope, as well as more uncertainty

Three Royals position prospects who improved their stock this Spring

With the start of the Major League season still in question, I wanted to continue looking at Spring Training and which Royals players did well, and which ones well…did not. I have already look at pitchers (both ones who had good and bad springs) and position players (focused on the good). However, I wanted to… Read More Three Royals position prospects who improved their stock this Spring