For most of the last quarter of a century, the Kansas City Royals have done something more difficult than achieving success…they’ve avoided it completely.
While the blame for another horrendous season ultimately starts at the top, it most certainly does not end there.
The Kansas City Royals find themselves in an all too familiar place at the 2012 trade deadline, as they are once again in “sell” mode.
As we sit at the All-Star Break, we take some time to reflect on the Kansas City Royals performance by position in the first half of the season.
With less than two weeks until the All-Star game, the Kansas City Royals have many players deserving of a spot on the roster.
Currently, the Kansas City Royals sit at 29-35 and 5 games out of 1st place in the American League Central.
With the ravage of injuries the 2012 Kansas City Royals have sustained, there is no real way to fairly evaluate these Royals based on their record
The Kansas City Royals have certainly had some historically terrible acquisitions over the years
Could He Be The Key Ingredient To Luke Hochevar’s Success?
It has been 12 years since the Royals have had multiple players in the MLB All-Star Game, but this could be the year that streak ends.