The Royals are en route to losing their 23rd game of the year. However, there were some positive things that we saw in the Royals’ first game of the new month, especially on the offensive end. After all, going into Tuesday, the Royals ranked 29th in batting average, 30th in OBP, and 30th in OPS.… Read More Three Royals Hitters to Be Optimistic About in May
Many who follow this blog know, I am an optimistic Royals fan. Perhaps more on the “too-optimistic” end if anything. Last year, I thought the Royals could’ve been a 77-80 win team with the proper breaks. Unfortunately, ended up winning only 65 games, and Dayton Moore and Mike Matheny were shown their way out in… Read More How Bad Can It Get for the Royals (And Royals Fans) in 2023?
This is a little late, but I didn’t have the most energy after a long day and night of celebrating this big moment, which occurred before the Royals’ Opening Day contest at Kauffman. It was a beautiful day for baseball, and there definitely was a different energy at Kauffman compared to the past couple of… Read More Three Things Royals Fans Can Take Away from the Opening Day Loss
After not having Fanfest for the past couple of years due to the COVID Pandemic (2021) and MLB Lockout (2022), the Royals returned with their winter fan event, albeit in a much different, and abbreviated format: the Royals Rally at Kauffman Stadium on February 3rd. Instead of the multi-day convention-style format that fans were accustomed… Read More Five Takeaways from the Royals Rally
As many of you who follow this blog know, I am a partial Royals season ticket holder. In 2022, I attended 26 games at Kauffman Stadium, the most I have attended in a single season since moving to Kansas City in 2013. While the Royals went 65-97 a year ago, I actually had some surprising… Read More The Five Best Royals Games I Attended at the K in 2022
I hope you’re not stumbling too much on this post right now, especially since it is Christmas Day. I also hope you are spending this time with family, and staying warm, especially if you are situated in Kansas City, which has been basically a shoo-in for Manitoba these days (okay, that’s an exaggeration, but still).… Read More A Royals Merry Christmas!
In a bit of surprising news this morning, former Royals draft pick and top prospect Wil Myers signed a one-year deal with the Cincinnati Reds with a mutual option for the 2024 season, according to the Reds’ official Twitter. The deal is certainly a bargain for the Reds and a far cry from what Myers… Read More Can Defense and the K Help the Royals’ Pitching Problem and Attract Pitching Talent in the Long Term?
The Royals held a town hall meeting with Royals fans this evening to discuss the future of the downtown baseball stadium. It wasn’t just owner John Sherman who was present at the town hall. He also brought a team of architects and other members of the Royals organization to help push the narrative of why… Read More Three Quick Thoughts About the Royals’ Signing of Ryan Yarbrough
I will be traveling during the Thanksgiving Break (one of the rare joys of being an educator in these times), and thus, I will not be very consistent with posts and/or Tweets over the next week. I will have a couple of scheduled posts set to come out between Monday through Friday, though they will… Read More “Reporter Jottings”: Physioc Steps Down; Thoughts About Downtown Stadium; Dayton Moore Speaks About Firing
The Royals have been in the news a lot this week, for both good and well…not so good reasons. On Tuesday afternoon, owner John Sherman announced the Royals’ intention to move on from Kauffman Stadium at some point in the near future, with the plan to move into a downtown stadium in the process. As… Read More Three Takeaways from the Royals’ Recent Roster Moves (And Predictions for Friday)