It wasn’t just an amazing, walk-off, extra-innings win in front of a sellout crowd. Sunday’s game was a message to the rest of Major League Baseball: The Royals are not a joke anymore.
Kansas City has faced some troubling moments over the past week, and the organization’s future could be riding on how the team responds.
Legendary Royals pitcher Paul Splittorff has died, but for me, Splitt was the person who shaped my knowledge of baseball.
The Royals have been mentioned as a possible suitor for Albert Pujols in free agency. What would that future look like?
Kansas City’s place in the standings could determine whether they’re trading for the future – or trading for this season.
What can Eric Hosmer’s first major-league at-bat tell us about his future as a ballplayer?
The struggling starter could have a future with the Royals, but Davies needs to be retooled.
The light-hitting Royals second baseman is a big part of the team’s success this year – and he could be for years to come.
Third baseman Mike Aviles didn’t get much of a chance to prove himself before Ned Yost handed him a seat on the bench.
The Kansas City Royals’ 2011 Opening Day roster features some brilliant decisions by management – and a truly awful one.