Are the 2012 Kansas City Royals a bad baseball team?
This past week the Kansas City Royals ended a twelve game losing streak. A streak that was so bad it included a winless ten game home stand.
Once again the Kansas City Royals are starting the season by solidifying themselves on the Mt Rushmore of baseball futility
Since Luke Hochevar got the start yesterday afternoon for the Royals home opener I’m going to use his favorite phrase; “ummm..You know?” to help facilitate this process.
For the first time since the incredible evening of September 28th, 2011 the Kansas City Royals finally took the field for a game that counted
The Kansas City Royals and the Los Angles Angels will be the last two teams in Major League Baseball to begin their season.
The Royals’ April schedule features 23 games: There is a 10 game home stand sandwiched between two road trips.
The Kansas City Royals started their Cactus League schedule on Sunday with a 6-1 win over their campus mate Texas Rangers.
This week I’m going to focus on a player who I believe must blossom into All-Star caliber pitcher if “The Process” is going to get the Royals into the playoffs.
As a Royals fan this Spring Training is going to be different in that there are less questions than what normally accompanies a Royals Spring Training.