As we sit at the All-Star Break, we take some time to reflect on the Kansas City Royals performance by position in the first half of the season.
For a flashy position like shortstop, Alcides Escobar seems to fly under the radar.
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The Royals have lost some key players to injuries, but their replacements are playing well.
The Kansas City Royals are off to a horriffic 3-12 start and fans are demanding some answers.
The Royals hoped going into 2012 that competition for most of their positions had come to an end.
The Kansas City Royals are only 3 games into the season, however, they have already given fans much reason to believe things could truly be exciting in 2012.
It’s hard to imagine a Spring Training going much worse than 2012 has gone for the Kansas City Royals, so I thought I should offer up a little Kool Aid for a fan base that may be growing hesitant to partake.
Other than the mess that Yuniesky Betancourt and the other second basemen are in, the roster could have been filled out prior to spring training.
The Royals acquire Quintero and Bourgeois to fill some holes.