The Royals are playing well, despite Holland and Davis struggling on the mound.
It’s early in Spring Training, but Royals reliever Donnie Joseph is making a good impression.
The team is going “all in” for the 2013 season.
After the Royals decline Joakim Soria’s 2013 option, the closer may go elsewhere.
So I assumed you’ve already tuned out the playoffs, what with the Tigers, Yankees and Cardinals all advancing. Instead, let’s take a look at October baseball Kansas City Royals style, the Arizona Fall League.
A 2012 Royals season of hope and optimism ends up a disappointment.
It will undoubtedly be the number one mission of Dayton Moore to improve the pitching for his Kansas City Royals in the off-season.
After just a horrendous month of July, the Kansas City Royals start off the month of August on a good note.
The Royals wanted a Major League ready starter. Instead, they got something better for the future.
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…