The Kansas City Royals were poised to make it “Our Time” in 2012 before star pitcher Danny Duffy found his way to Tommy John surgery.
With Francoeur out and Giavotella in, the Royals still need to win games.
Pitching is important, but a team doesn’t win games if they don’t score runs.
Three valuable points to take away from the Royals recent series with the Angels.
The Royals have most of their lineup settled, but there’s still competition at second base.
Right-handed pitcher, Jake Odorizzi, was brought up to the Kansas City Royals on Sunday, September 16.
The Blue Rocks playoff season comes to an end, but the Storm Chasers playoff season continues.
It will undoubtedly be the number one mission of Dayton Moore to improve the pitching for his Kansas City Royals in the off-season.
As I listened to Dayton Moore’s interview with Soren Petro of 810 WHB last week I found many things hard to stomach.
Since being only 3 games under .500 and sniffing the top of the division the Kansas City Royals have done nothing but struggle.