Future Royals Ace…Carlos Hernandez? (“Royalty Awards” Most Unexpected Story)

In part one of the “Royalty Awards”, I took a look at the Royals’ “Most Important” player, which unsurprisingly went to Salvador Perez (with Nicky Lopez finishing second, and Scott Barlow finishing third). In part two, I take a look at the “Most Unexpected” story from the 2021 season, which includes positive unexpected developments, as… Read More Future Royals Ace…Carlos Hernandez? (“Royalty Awards” Most Unexpected Story)

Three Things to Look Forward to in September from the Royals

The Royals have a chance to finish above .500 in a month for the first time since April as they face the Cleveland “soon-to-be” Guardians tonight on August 31st at Kauffman Stadium. Unfortunately, Royals haven’t had much luck against Cleveland this year, as they are 1-8 against them, which included a four-game sweep at Kauffman… Read More Three Things to Look Forward to in September from the Royals

Friday “Royals” News Dump: Mondesi and Keller; International Signings; Kluber in KC; and 300th post

There’s a lot going on today in the Royals (and baseball) world, which is nice for a change, since it’s been a pretty tame and quiet off-season. So, instead of focusing on just one topic, I am going to just touch on a few different ones, since I didn’t feel like I could go as… Read More Friday “Royals” News Dump: Mondesi and Keller; International Signings; Kluber in KC; and 300th post

What will the Royals do with Carlos Hernandez in 2021?

The COVID pandemic forced the Royals to push players through the Royals system quicker than expected. Even though Brady Singer and Kris Bubic seemed destined to begin the year in Triple-A Omaha and Double-A Northwest Arkansas, respectively, the Royals had them both make their MLB debuts within the first two weeks of the 2020 MLB… Read More What will the Royals do with Carlos Hernandez in 2021?

Matt Harvey highlights the Royals’ concerns going into Opening Day

They say “absence makes the heart grow fonder”. And the MLB layoff due to COVID definitely made Kansas City sports fans feel more optimistic about the Royals’ chances in the AL Central during a shortened 60-game season. What if the Royals got hot out of the gate ala 2003? What if they could just go… Read More Matt Harvey highlights the Royals’ concerns going into Opening Day

A brief primer on three candidates for the Royals’ first-round pick in the 2020 draft

The MLB Rule 4 Draft (the official designation for the first-year player draft) is quickly approaching on June 10th, and as expected, many Royals experts and fans are giving their analysis in terms of what Dayton Moore will do with the fourth overall pick. Usually, the draft is lost or overlooked by most sports fans… Read More A brief primer on three candidates for the Royals’ first-round pick in the 2020 draft