There are many years that 2-4 in California wouldn’t sound that bad and neither would 20-20.
The Royals defense was atrocious and their hitting and pitching weren’t too far behind.
Each week we’ll rank the top five Royals in 2013 with a heavy emphasis on their performance in the past seven days.
We might be watching a #Royals team consisting of 2 of the best 5 players to ever don the blue and white for KC
What this leaves us with is quite possibly the best rotation for the Kansas City Royals in 20+ years.
We have all been embarrassed by our own family. Whether it’s an overzealous parent, a misbehaving kid, a drunken uncle, or a senile grandparent…we all know the feeling.
I’ve not lived up to my name lately, and for that I apologize. Actually I shouldn’t have to apologize; David Glass and Dayton Moore should do that for me.
So I assumed you’ve already tuned out the playoffs, what with the Tigers, Yankees and Cardinals all advancing. Instead, let’s take a look at October baseball Kansas City Royals style, the Arizona Fall League.
Baseball is a performance driven business and as such it was really no surprise that the Kansas City Royals let hitting coach Kevin Seitzer go following the 2012 season.
The Pittsburgh Pirates today clinched their 20th consecutive losing season, a mark that surpasses even the futility of our Kansas City Royals.