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
I used to live with a friend who hailed from Michigan, and I can tell you this from two years of living together: Michigan sports fan allegiances are strange. When it comes to football, their Lions loyalty pales in comparison to their fandom of Michigan Wolverine or Michigan State Spartan football. When it comes to… Read More Will it be a clunky rebuild in Motor City? (Tigers Preview)
Let the Bobby Witt, Jr. hype train begin in Kansas City. After selling the farm for a World Series in 2015 and possible playoff runs in 2016 and 2017, the Royals minor league system bounced back in a big way with back to back drafts in 2018 and 2019 that produced some nice high-end, highly-ranked… Read More Witt may be best Royals prospect, but Singer will be most important (20 in 20: No.1-2)
Without a doubt, the Royals’ No.1 pick (and No.2 overall), Bobby Witt, Jr., may be the most high profile draft pick in a while. And that means something, considering how bad the last two years have been for Royals nation. There needs to be some hope for the future, and while Brady Singer and Adalberto… Read More Can Bobby Witt, Jr. bring hope to this Royals fanbase and organization?
“Do you consider yourself a masochist?” My senior English teacher asked me that during a seminar-style class period where we had to discuss the topic of “relationships”. I went to an all-boys high school, and as expected, the seminar conversations were ripe with machismo and testosterone, especially initially. Despite that obvious roadblock though, my English… Read More How to get through the rest of the Royals’ 2018 season…
The Kansas City Royals ended the “first half” of the 2018 season much like they started: by getting the crap kicked out of them by Chicago White Sox (and I say first half because technically it is beyond “half” numerically, but games before the All-Star Break are officially considered the first half, regardless of the… Read More What can the Royals do to avoid the most losses in franchise history? (Hint: They have 3 choices…)
In many ways, as a Royals fan, I feel like I have been hard on starting pitcher Danny Duffy this season. Maybe it was the shellacking he received on Opening Day against the White Sox that has stuck with me for these first few months of baseball. Or maybe it’s the fact that Duffy hasn’t… Read More Can Danny Duffy Not Pitch at Kauffman? (A look at Duffy’s 1st Half)