So now that we are out of the Wild Card round for both the George Brett and Frank White leagues, we’re moving onto the Divisional Series. We will start with the 2-3 matchup in the Frank White league, which pits the 1985 World Series champions against a 1989 Royals club that finished with 92 wins.… Read More “Royals World Series”: 1985 vs. 1989 (Frank White Divisional Series Game 1)
So we are one game into our “Royals World Series“, as the start of the baseball season becomes murkier and murkier by the hour, as evidenced by this Tweet below: Ugh. I can’t deal with this right now. But hey, Happy Friday all! Let’s begin this “George Brett” League wild card game between the 1975… Read More “Royals World Series”: 1976 vs. 1975 (Wild Card Game)
So we have looked at the success stories this Spring in Surprise, first starting with the pitchers, and then the position players. However, while the Royals had a decent Cactus League campaign, going 9-9 in the abbreviated season, not everything was positive. There were some players, both from the 40-man and the non-roster invitation list,… Read More Four Royals pitchers who had concerning Springs
In my last post, I talked about four Royals pitchers who had solid Spring Training campaigns in Surprise. In this post, I wanted to take a look at five different Royals position players who earned their spots on the Royals roster. This can be seen in a myriad of ways: it could be that they… Read More Five Royals position players who earned their spots this Spring
With Spring Training officially done, and the MLB season in limbo (or at least the start of it), I think Royals fans can take a look and reflect on how this Spring went for various players. While nothing official has been made in terms of the Royals 26-man roster (mostly because nobody knows what’s going… Read More Four Royals pitchers who shined this Spring
Dayton Moore and the Royals had a tame off-season, as the signing of third baseman Maikel Franco and re-signing of Alex Gordon to a one-year extension were the major moves that made the most noise this Winter. However, two interesting minor-league moves Moore made this off-season centered on potentially improving the bullpen, as the Royals… Read More Rosenthal and Holland likely to be Royals on Opening Day, but will they last in 2020?
While the Royals went 0-2 during the Opening Weekend of Spring Training (with losses to the Rangers and fellow division rival, the Cleveland Indians), there were some bright spots to be had from the Royals’ first two Cactus League games of the Spring. First, Brady Singer, who made his long-anticipated debut, looked stellar in his… Read More Are Royals fans sleeping on Kelvin Gutierrez this Spring?
While it only Spring Training, baseball games officially begun, as the Royals and Rangers kicked things off in the Cactus League, Friday. While the Royals did lose 5-4, blowing a lead in the ninth, there were some positives from the game, with reliever Josh Staumont being the one that may have stood out the most… Read More Does Josh Staumont have closer potential?
There was no question that this upcoming series at Kauffman Stadium against the Houston Astros was going to be a difficult one for the Royals. After all, the Astros lead the AL West by 8 games after today’s 6-1 win over the Royals, are 97-53, and are trying to position themselves for the top spot… Read More Greinke’s return to Kauffman and his complicated legacy as a Royal
God, what a game…an 8-0 shutout in favor of the Boston Red Sox. I could talk about the game, but I won’t because it will just make Royals nation depressed, as the Royals are 19-42 and well…on pace for over 100 losses for the second straight season. So instead of dwelling on the negatives, let’s… Read More June 5th: Three Reasons why the Red Sox piss off Royals Fans