In a bit of minor Kansas City Royals news, the former Royals middle infielder, Christian Colon, announced his retirement from baseball, which was reported on Twitter: As a Royals fan who grew up in California, and actually had an uncle who went to Cal State Fullerton (Colon’s alma mater), the 32-year-old Puerto Rican infielder has… Read More Looking back on Christian Colon’s peculiar Royals career (“Royals Hall of Not Forgotten”)
Dayton Moore initially signed Hanser Alberto as a minor league free agent this off-season as infield insurance off the bench. Going into Spring Training, it was expected that Nicky Lopez was to be the Royals’ starting second baseman, Whit Merrifield would be in right field, Hunter Dozier would be at third, and Alberto would be… Read More Is the clock ticking in Kansas City for Hanser Alberto?
After an 0-for-4 performance today in the final game of the 2020 season against the first-place Minnesota Twins, Royals shortstop Adalberto Mondesi is currently sitting at a .220/.243/.290 slash with a wRC+ of 43 for the year in 28 games and 103 plate appearances. Considering he’s in his fifth season at the Major League level,… Read More How should fans approach Adalberto Mondesi’s outlook as a Royal in 2020 and beyond?
Now that baseball is back, it seems appropriate to post about the 2020 season again. Previously, I had written posts about certain advanced statistical metrics to pay attention to for Royals starting pitchers and Royals outfielders. In this post, I am going to focus on Royals middle infielders, and what metrics Royals fans should be… Read More Four metrics to pay attention to from Royals Middle Infielders in 2020