How Johnny Giavotella plays the rest of the season will determine if he’s the Royals second baseman of the future.
After just a horrendous month of July, the Kansas City Royals start off the month of August on a good note.
If the Royals were a football team, they would be in a pretty good spot right now.
With the recent signing of Chris Getz the Kansas City Royals have opened up options for what will be done with the second base position, that is still up in the air, in 2012.
I usually have on my powder-blue colored glasses for roster moves, but I don’t for this one.
What if the Royals had had the opportunity to trade Betancourt for Escobar even up during last off-season?
A few reasons to watch the Royals despite their record in 2011.
This past week has seemed like the dog days of summer, even though that phrase is usually reserved for August.
The trade brought new faces to Kansas City, time to take a look at the two guys that are leaving the team for the National League Central.
Taking a look at some other trades the Royals lived to regret.