There’s no question that Jakob Junis has been one of the unluckiest Royals this season. Before the season even started, Junis tested positive for COVID, and his recovery caused him to start the season on the injured list. On August 15th, he was scratched from a start against the Twins due to back spasms and… Read More Looking at Jakob Junis and how he fits in with the Royals next year
For Royals fans, the memories of HDH (Kelvin Herrera-Wade Davis-Greg Holland) still resonate nearly a half-decade later. The trio’s string of dominance in 2014 and 2015 helped the Royals bullpen be one of the best in baseball, as they ranked first in reliever WAR from 2014-2015, according to Fangraphs. And thus, it’s not a surprise… Read More Can TMZ (Tillo-Morel-Zuber) be the next HDH in Kansas City?
This is the final part of the three-part “Royals Easter Seasons.” Click on the link to read part 1 and part 2. “Let’s just trust the process. If other people don’t want to trust the process, that’s fine. If other people want to abandon the process, then abandon it. I’m not abandoning the process. I… Read More 2013 is where “Trusting the Process” began to pay off (Royals “Easter Seasons” Part 3)
Without a doubt, in a relatively tame hot stove winter for the Kansas City Royals, the signing of “Dirty South” Greg Holland to a minor league contract created some buzz in Royals fan circles. While Holland is far from the back-to-back All Star closer he was in 2013 and 2014, the return of the 34-year-old… Read More Will Greg Holland impact the Royals bullpen in 2020?
2018 was rough for Kansas City Royals fans in all regards. Just three years removed from a World Series title, the Royals fell back to earth in epic fashion. After a failed “one-last-push for the playoffs run” in 2017 with the old core responsible for pennants in 2014 and 2015 (i.e. Eric Hosmer, Lorenzo Cain,… Read More Jorge Soler saved Royals baseball in 2019