For the most part, the Royals were successful on their most recent road trip which included stops in Detroit, Pittsburgh and Minnesota. The Royals went 6-3, and are currently still in first place in the AL Central standings by 1.5 games over the second-place Chicago White Sox. Thus, it is easy to get excited for… Read More The Royals go 6-3 on road trip…but concerns remain after Twins finale
I was going to post the last of my “Cactus Royals” posts today, but some surprising Royals-based news came up yesterday, and it would be hard not to talk about it, especially since it seems to be a polarizing one: According to Jon Heyman, the Dyson deal looks to be a one-year, $1.5 million one,… Read More Dyson is great for nostalgia, but may be a weird fit for the 2021 Royals
Jackson Kowar is the No. 4 prospect in the “21 in 21” prospect watch. Of the Royals’ heralded young arms, no one is more polarizing than Jackson Kowar. To some prospect experts or Royals fans, Kowar is the most expendable of the five, and seems to be the most likely to traded, should Dayton Moore want… Read More How long will Jackson Kowar last in Kansas City?
This post can now be found in the Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten” page. As of now, it seems very unlikely baseball will start until July at the earliest (don’t know what this means for my tickets, but hey, we will see). That seemed further confirmed at Kauffman Stadium and in Kansas City after this… Read More Royals “Hall of Not Forgotten”: Edinson Volquez, RHP