Looking at the Tier Six Prospects (The “Royals Top 50 Prospects” Rankings)

The “Top 50 Prospects” rankings are reaching their tail end, as I will be taking a look at the No. 27-34 prospects in the Royals farm system in this post. For those who have missed it, here’s a list of the previous five tiers and their respective posts: Tier One (No. 1-No. 5) Tier Two… Read More Looking at the Tier Six Prospects (The “Royals Top 50 Prospects” Rankings)

Looking at the Tier Five Prospects (The “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings)

We’re now onto Tier Five of the “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings, which means that we’re over halfway done with these profiles before the full list is revealed. If you missed them, you can check out the first four Tier lists below: Tier One (No. 1-No. 5) Tier Two (No. 6-No. 11) Tier Three (No.… Read More Looking at the Tier Five Prospects (The “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings)

Looking at the Tier Four Prospects (The “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings)

We’re getting back to the “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings today, and in this post, I will take a look at the Tier Four prospects, which includes the No. 18-21 ranked prospects in the Royals system, according to my rankings. For those who have missed the earlier posts, my other prospect rankings for the 2022… Read More Looking at the Tier Four Prospects (The “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings)

Looking at the Tier Three Prospects (The “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings)

I have done Tier One and Tier Two prospects already on this blog, as I slowly reveal my “Top 50 Royals Prospects” rankings for the upcoming 2022 season. In this post, I take a look at the Tier Three prospects, which consists of Royals prospects ranked No. 12 through No. 17. What is a “Tier… Read More Looking at the Tier Three Prospects (The “Top 50 Royals Prospects” Rankings)

“Rising” Royals prospects from the 2021 Top 40 “Prospects Watch”

Typically, every winter, I create a “Royals Prospects to Watch” list on this blog. In 2020, it was the “20 in 20” Most Interesting Royals Prospects Watch. In 2021, it was the “21 in 21“, where I ranked the 21 most interesting prospect in the Royals farm system, but I ended up expanding that list… Read More “Rising” Royals prospects from the 2021 Top 40 “Prospects Watch”

Will Collin Snider and Nathan Webb have an impact in the Royals bullpen next year?

The deadline to add Rule 5-eligible Minor League players was Friday afternoon at 6 p.m. and the Royals made their 40-man roster additions on Twitter in what was a big news day for the Kansas City baseball club, as they also revealed new uniforms and received the Allan H. Selig Award for Philanthropic service: The… Read More Will Collin Snider and Nathan Webb have an impact in the Royals bullpen next year?

Could Zach Haake and Seuly Matias make cases for the Royals’ 40-man roster this Spring?

So far, the Surprise Saguaros have been the class of the Arizona Fall League thus far during the 2021 campaign. A big reason why the Saguaros are in first place in the West division is due to the strong play from two Royals prospects: right-handed pitcher Zach Haake and outfielder Seuly Matias. Of course, it… Read More Could Zach Haake and Seuly Matias make cases for the Royals’ 40-man roster this Spring?

Three Royals players who need to have strong AFL campaigns

I am taking a break from the “Royalty Awards” in this post in order to talk a little bit about the Arizona Fall League, which begins on Wednesday. Royals players will be playing on the Surprise Saguaros roster, which makes sense considering the Royals’ Spring Training complex is in Surprise. In addition to the Texas… Read More Three Royals players who need to have strong AFL campaigns

Three “non-prospect” position players to watch in the Royals system

In any club’s farm system, there is usually a mix of “prospects” and “non-prospects”. Prospects are the main reason why most casual baseball fans follow the Minor Leagues. These are the “future” everyday players of a Major League club, or valuable assets who could be dealt to acquire veteran talent via a trade. That being… Read More Three “non-prospect” position players to watch in the Royals system

After two months, the Royals are where they need to be (as long as they don’t panic)

The Royals begin a four-game series against the Minnesota Twins at Kauffman Stadium, and going into Thursday’s game, the Royals are 27-26 after roughly two months of play. Granted, the Royals haven’t been a perfect team by any means. Their run differential is -14, and as Mike Matheny said in a recent press conference, the… Read More After two months, the Royals are where they need to be (as long as they don’t panic)