Whit Merrifield’s Tenure with the Royals Isn’t Going to End Nicely

The Royals were able to close out the series against the Detroit Tigers with a 5-2 win on Wednesday afternoon, which brings their overall record to 35-53 for the season. Initially, I was going to focus on writing about the big series and the experience at Kauffman Stadium as a season ticket member this year… Read More Whit Merrifield’s Tenure with the Royals Isn’t Going to End Nicely

Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten”: Johnny Damon, and the trade that started the tank in 2001

In 2000, the Royals were coming off a surprising 77-85 season, their most wins since 1993, and best winning percentage (.475) since 1995 (.486). After 72-win and 64-win seasons in manager Tony Muser’s first two seasons, the 77-win campaign, though still a losing season, gave some Royals fans hope that better days were on the… Read More Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten”: Johnny Damon, and the trade that started the tank in 2001

The Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten”: The “Near Royals HOF candidates” series

So with baseball firmly entrenched in the off-season, there will be plenty of Hot Stove discussion. However, as done in the past on the blog, I wanted to take some time to dedicate some posts and series to past Royals players and teams. One of the projects I tried to establish on this blog was… Read More The Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten”: The “Near Royals HOF candidates” series

Six Great 3-yr Individual Royals Hitting Stretches from 1995-2003

1995-2003 was a dark ages of sorts for the Kansas City Royals. The Royals had an average winning percentage of .473 during the eight-year span, and lost 90-plus games four times, including a 100-loss campaign in 2002 which was a franchise high at the time (that would be surpassed in 2006, as the Royals lost… Read More Six Great 3-yr Individual Royals Hitting Stretches from 1995-2003