Pitching is important, but a team doesn’t win games if they don’t score runs.
Oh, wait, the Royals hired two hitting coaches, Jack Maloof and Andre David.
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.
The Kansas City Royals and Manager Ned Yost announced today that the contract of hitting coach Kevin Seitzer will not be renewed for the 2013 season.
As it becomes more and more apparent that Billy Butler will not be breaking the most embarrassing record in Kansas City Royals history I thought it would be a good time to look at the opposite side of the spectrum.
As Kansas City Royals fans we’ve grown conditioned to move into “next year” mode by early July, but before I do I’d like to take one moment to reflect on the Good, Bad, and Ugly from the Royals in 2012.
2012 wasn’t Our Time for the Royals, so it’s time to look towards next year once again.
All the talk since the All Star break has been how the Kansas City Royals may actually be ready to hit the free agent market for some starting pitching.
Participants include Billy Butler, Louis Coleman, Aaron Crow, Danny Duffy, Greg Holland & Everett Teaford
Annual winter caravan stopping in Springdale on January 16th