Trips to the East coast have not gone so well this season, perhaps the Royals need the beaches out West to ease their minds.
The Royals are swinging a hot bat and driving the ball, winning games, and playing good baseball.
“There is no short cut to achievement. Life requires thorough preparation – veneer isn’t worth anything.”
The team is energies and ready to give a playoff contending team all they can handle this weekend in Kansas City.
The Royals fell flat on their faces right before the All-Star break and continued the slide with an 8-4 loss against the Twins in the first game after the break.
The Royals could end the first half on a high note if they can pull out a series win against the Tigers.
The Royals have needs, but not all is cloudy in their future
An above .500 this week, including a win Friday night against in-state rivals St. Louis Cardinals, has left a feeling of mixed emotions and expectations for this young team.
All-star voting is in full swing and at this point, it looks like a few Royals players are putting together, some would argue, all-star caliber baseball during the first two and a half months of this season.
Baseball is a long, drawn out season.