After Two Rough Months, What Should Be the Hopes for the Royals From Here On Out?

The Royals are tied with the Cincinnati Reds for the worst record in baseball at 16-31, as of Monday, May 31st. You read that correctly. And it’s not just the record that’s bad. The Royals’ run differential is actually the worst in baseball, as The Athletic’s Alec Lewis alluded on Twitter on Tuesday morning: After… Read More After Two Rough Months, What Should Be the Hopes for the Royals From Here On Out?

Three Reasons That Could Explain Isbel’s Lack of Playing Time With the Royals

There are a lot of things that can polarize the Kansas City Royals fanbase, especially on Twitter. And it seems like a story that has been captivating this Royals fanbase early this season has been the lack of playing time for outfielder Kyle Isbel this season. When the Royals announced their starting lineup for Saturday’s… Read More Three Reasons That Could Explain Isbel’s Lack of Playing Time With the Royals

“Reporter Jottings”: Greinke’s Fastball; “Playing Pepper” Royals Preview; Isbel vs. Taylor in CF

The Cactus League season is coming to a close this week, and I wanted to get a short “jottings” in, especially as we inch closer to Opening Day at Kauffman Stadium on April 7th. In this edition of the “jottings”, I take a look at Greinke’s fastball in my most recent post on Pitcher List;… Read More “Reporter Jottings”: Greinke’s Fastball; “Playing Pepper” Royals Preview; Isbel vs. Taylor in CF

Will a Torrid Spring Change Edward Olivares’ Future With the Royals in 2022?

To say that Edward Olivares was a “running joke” in 2021 would be putting it lightly. Olivares was optioned up and down between Omaha and Kansas City so much last season that it became a running joke among Royals fans that I-29 between the two cities should be renamed the “Edward Olivares Highway”. Going into… Read More Will a Torrid Spring Change Edward Olivares’ Future With the Royals in 2022?

Five Important Developments to Pay Attention to in Royals Spring Training

The MLB lockout is thankfully over, which means not only is baseball back (and player pictures returning on the MLB team pages) but Spring Training is set to begin again as well: It will be a slightly abbreviated Spring camp in Surprise, Arizona for the Royals. However, that doesn’t mean that it will be any… Read More Five Important Developments to Pay Attention to in Royals Spring Training

Five Royals on the 40-Man Roster Hurt by the Delay to the Season

After failed negotiations last weekend, Major League Baseball has announced not only the delay of the MLB regular season but also the cancellation of another week of Spring Training games in both Arizona and Florida: At some point, the Royals and other clubs will report to their Spring Training camps when the lockout ends and… Read More Five Royals on the 40-Man Roster Hurt by the Delay to the Season