Mining Latin America for young talent just wasn’t a part of the plan. While the percentage of Latin players on major league rosters climbed to 27% last year, the Royals lagged behind.
In a by-gone era, there was a bit of a perception from the outside looking in that the Kansas City Royals were a franchise opposed to minorities.
The Royals still have some things to play for.
If National Hispanic Heritage Month is recognized in Kauffman Stadium, it is a holiday without a lot of history.
I guess even a broken clock is right twice a day.
Sometimes it’s fun to say “I told you so.”
It’s not yet time to close the books on the Zack Greinke trade of a year and a half ago. That day won’t come for a long time.
Dayton Moore needs no one to tell him that he must move to acquire pitching. He knows it. In fact he’s known it, and has been trying to do just that, for about three years now.
All the talk since the All Star break has been how the Kansas City Royals may actually be ready to hit the free agent market for some starting pitching.
Can we get the All Star Game to come back in, say, 2016?