What this leaves us with is quite possibly the best rotation for the Kansas City Royals in 20+ years.
The 2012 Kansas City Royals are who we thought they were, almost exactly.
The Royals host the All Star Game this year, and it is a huge event for Kansas City. But the hopes of KC fans that their team would be well represented at home were disappointed.
Royals fans can be anywhere, but when they are stuck in Cardinal country, it gets a bit tough.
At least a dozen people will be glued to their TV sets on Tuesday night to see if Aaron Crow gets into the All-Star Game as a pitcher for the American League team.
The Royals were often referred to as “the model for expansion teams” during their first decade of existence. But during the later part of the 1990s they could serve as … Read More
The Royals cannot afford to leave a small village of base runners every single night.
Solid pitching, timely hitting and executing on defense are the ways to win ball games. If the Royals can do that, they can compete with anyone.
See why Albert Pujols should stay a Cardinal for life… from a Kansas City perspective.
Gil Meche announces his retirement and shows that he is a role model and a respectful individual in today’s game.