With their playoff hopes still alive, the Royals minor league call-ups play meaningful games in September.
The second half of the season should offer up many story lines for the Royals.
After a disastrous May, the Royals are close to .500 near the All-Star break. Things are looking up, but there’s still a ways to go.
If you are a fan of the long ball, the Kansas City Royals may not be the team for you.
With Francoeur out and Giavotella in, the Royals still need to win games.
Well so much for the offensive revival. After the Royals out-slugged the Angels to take two of three, they finish the week at 2-4 after getting swept by the A’s.
There are many years that 2-4 in California wouldn’t sound that bad and neither would 20-20.
After a strong start to 2013, the Kansas City Royals ended last week losing a three in a row to the injury plagued New York Yankees.
We might be watching a #Royals team consisting of 2 of the best 5 players to ever don the blue and white for KC
Catcher Adam Moore is making an early attempt at impressing this Spring.