Three stories to follow in the Royals’ final home stand of 2020

The Royals are two games into their final seven-game home stand of the COVID-shortened 2020 season, as they have split the first two games of a three-game series with the rival St. Louis Cardinals. In addition to having one more game against the Cardinals on Wednesday, the Royals will finish the year with a four-game… Read More Three stories to follow in the Royals’ final home stand of 2020

Three ways Royals fans can approach the remainder of this season

After losing three out of four to the first-place Minnesota Twins in Minneapolis, the Royals currently sit at 9-14 and not only are in last place, but are six games out of the top spot. Granted, that is not necessarily the worst thing for the club, for the Royals will be done playing the Twins… Read More Three ways Royals fans can approach the remainder of this season

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 reasons why the new “MLB Plan” would be a win for Royals fans

So it seems like Major League Baseball will have a strong chance of coming back at some point this summer, or at least that’s what the brass in the MLB Office are saying up top. While there are many reports from different baseball writers exploring the details, this report in the embedded tweet below from… Read More Three reasons why the new “MLB Plan” would be a win for Royals fans

Five things Royals fans can look forward to should baseball come back in 2020

As of today, things look a little bit more optimistic when it comes to the start of the 2020 season. Per ESPN sources, it seems like Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Player’s Association are negotiating a deal to begin play in Spring Training complexes and Chase Field in Arizona with no fans… Read More Five things Royals fans can look forward to should baseball come back in 2020

An Open Letter to new Royals Owner John Sherman (from a fan and ticket holder)

Dear John Sherman and the new Royals Ownership Group, Thank you for taking over our beloved Kansas City Royals. As you know, Mr. Sherman, this club means a lot to the community of Kansas City. If there was one thing we appreciate as a metro area, it’s that previous owner David Glass, and even the… Read More An Open Letter to new Royals Owner John Sherman (from a fan and ticket holder)

Three reasons why #MonarchsMonday would be worthwhile at the K in 2020

As I perused Twitter on Sunday in the midst of a Twitter meltdown in regard to the Chiefs losing to the Texans (their second loss at home in a row…the Super Bowl hopes are not looking good now, unfortunately), I stumbled upon this idea: It will be interesting to see if the Royals and the… Read More Three reasons why #MonarchsMonday would be worthwhile at the K in 2020

Three underrated moments from the 2014 Royals-Athletics 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