The Kansas City Royals are, arguably, one of the most exciting franchises in the league today.
You can’t blame Ned Yost for trying. At least I won’t on this one.
If you are ever looking for the definition of forcing an organization’s hand, you need look no further than Wil Myers.
When Mike Moustakas banged a homer in just his second game as a big leaguer, hopes soared. And when he had a .385 average with four walks after four games, it looked like he was on his way to a great rookie season.
The ace of the Brewers staff will take the mound, ready to lead them to a Central Division title, a pennant and a World Series championship.
The Royals were winners in some of their deadline trades, but for others, the jury is still out.