The biggest move of the winter took center stage on Opening Day for the Kansas City Royals.
I’ve not lived up to my name lately, and for that I apologize. Actually I shouldn’t have to apologize; David Glass and Dayton Moore should do that for me.
Royals owner David Glass says he’ll increase payroll for starting pitching. Here’s five pitchers he might consider.
Two frustrated Royals fans start a campaign to ask Royals owner David Glass to sell the team.
As I listened to Dayton Moore’s interview with Soren Petro of 810 WHB last week I found many things hard to stomach.
I generally write the most positive spin you can find outside of Rex Hudler’s diary.
As if this Royals season hasn’t turned depressing enough, I took a look today at the original crystal ball from 1/1/2012. So much was possible then…
By now I’m sure just about every Kansas City Royals fan has heard about Danny Parkins’ interview* with David Glass on the first day of All Star Weekend.
Once again the Kansas City Royals are starting the season by solidifying themselves on the Mt Rushmore of baseball futility
In the final piece of this series, we use the WAR data to finish taking a look at the trades that Dayton pulled off in 2010, and try to determine what all of this really means.