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.
As the All-Star break comes into view, we look at a record-setting Rockies outfielder, the end of an error in Kansas City, our weekly Wainwright Walk Watch, and more.
Speed kills and Jarrod Dyson has speed to burn.
The Royals finally crawled back to around .500, but they still have a lackluster offense.
The team is hitting well and is about to get a punch in the arm from rehabbing speedster Jarrod Dyson when he returns from his minor league rehab assignment.
The success the Royals had in Spring Training isn’t carrying over to the regular season yet.
I believe this is the year the Royals turn the corner. Or at least finish above .500.
There’s some roster spots up for grabs, but they’re more set than the Royals let on.
This site holds credentials with Major League Baseball and, in order to bring our readers the benefits of these credentials, we sent a photographer to the Royals and Rangers opener on Friday.
Bob Fescoe spent last week in Surprise, Arizona interviewing Kansas City Royals players and coaches for his morning show on Kansas City’s 610 Sports Radio.