With Royals Fanfest coming up this weekend, it is only a matter of time before Spring Training is upon us. While the Royals did not make any major moves this off-season, it does feel like the Royals should improve on their 59-103 record from a year ago. Granted, that total may not be much more,… Read More How do the Royals stack against the Minnesota Twins in 2020?
Hot stove season is fun. Especially for amateur baseball bloggers. With little to no team access, it’s fun to theorize which free agents would be good fits for a team, and which ones would not. As fans, we want to see our club improve, especially if your club is a losing one (hence, us as… Read More Three possible free agent targets to solve the Royals’ pitching woes
With the final series of 2019 looming for the Kansas City Royals looming, and the guarantee of another 100-plus loss season already cemented, it may be easy to go into this series as a Royals fan and ignore it, especially with the Kansas City Chiefs playing the undefeated Lions this weekend. However, while I’m sure… Read More Three Things to Pay Attention to in the Royals’ final series of 2019
It’s about appreciating the little things as a Royals fan, and last night’s 3-2 win over the Detroit Tigers in the first game of a three-game series at the K (well…two games at Kauffman and then TD Ameritrade Stadium in Omaha for game three) felt nostalgic in a way. It felt like it was 2013-2017,… Read More June AL Central Power Rankings (as Boulevard Beers)