“Reporter Jottings”: Royals Add a Reliever; Parrish Promoted to Omaha; Pasquantino Named IL Player of the Month

The Royals kick off a 10-game homestand, their first homestand for the month of June. With a 16-33 record, and morale especially low among Royals fans (especially on Twitter), the Royals did announce a special “Fountain Pass” deal where fans could buy standing room tickets for every Royals home game this month for one low… Read More “Reporter Jottings”: Royals Add a Reliever; Parrish Promoted to Omaha; Pasquantino Named IL Player of the Month

“Reporter Jottings”: Royals add another reliever; International Signings Announcement; Hall of Fame Thoughts

I plan on getting to the Tier Seven prospect rankings either Thursday or Friday, as I am a bit beat after a long week (even though it’s Wednesday) to really dive into a really interesting group of prospects in the “Royals Top 50” Prospect Rankings list (Tier Seven mostly consists of international prospects). Instead, I… Read More “Reporter Jottings”: Royals add another reliever; International Signings Announcement; Hall of Fame Thoughts

A Royals ‘Opening Day’ to Remember (“Royalty Awards” Most Memorable Game)

In part three of the 2021 “Royalty Awards” I am going to take a look at the most memorable game I attended in person at Kauffman Stadium this season. I had two very specific sets of criteria when it came to identifying the top three from this set of “Royalty Awards”: I had to attend… Read More A Royals ‘Opening Day’ to Remember (“Royalty Awards” Most Memorable Game)

Do the Royals need to look out for the long-term health of Salvador Perez?

It was not an easy series for Salvador Perez in New York, as the Royals’ 31-year-old franchise catcher went 1-for-11 in the three game slate against the Yankees. Salvy has been a revelation this year, as he is currently posting a .284/.314/.526 slash in 299 plate appearances, which includes a team-leading 18 home runs. Furthermore,… Read More Do the Royals need to look out for the long-term health of Salvador Perez?

HTP on Benintendi; Pitchers and Catchers Report; What About Rosenthal?

Just another quick post today, as I am going to highlight a few things and thoughts on this snowy and cold day (again). God, March and April can’t come soon enough honestly. February has definitely sucked. Here’s the Pitch Newsletter on Andrew Benintendi trade Today, I contributed an article to the IBWAA’s “Here’s the Pitch”… Read More HTP on Benintendi; Pitchers and Catchers Report; What About Rosenthal?

Royals “Festivus”: El incidente de la resina de pino; Royals-Angels Brawl of ’98; Bauer regression in ’21?

So in my household, my dad was a big Seinfeld fan (I know, pretty white, I get it). And thus, as I was perusing my Twitter, I saw this, which made me realize what today, December 23rd, was in the Seinfeld universe: For those who are unfamiliar with Seinfeld, “Festivus” is the insane, self-created holiday… Read More Royals “Festivus”: El incidente de la resina de pino; Royals-Angels Brawl of ’98; Bauer regression in ’21?

‘Pennant Prize’: Ranking the Royals’ ALCS victories

With the American League Championship Series beginning today, as well as yesterday being the 30th anniversary of the Royals punching their first ticket to the World Series in franchise history with a win over the hated Yankees, I figured it would be a good idea to take a look at some past Royals ALCS appearances… Read More ‘Pennant Prize’: Ranking the Royals’ ALCS victories

Should the AL Central’s lackluster showing in the postseason give hope to (or worry) Royals fans?

The American League Central appeared to be one of the stronger divisions in the American League in 2020, as they had three teams represented in the new expanded postseason format: the division champion Minnesota Twins (36-24); the Cleveland Indians (35-25); and the Chicago White Sox (35-25), who were appearing in their first postseason since 2008.… Read More Should the AL Central’s lackluster showing in the postseason give hope to (or worry) Royals fans?