What this leaves us with is quite possibly the best rotation for the Kansas City Royals in 20+ years.
Although three games remain before the All-Star break, the Kansas City Royals concluded the first half of their season on a good note with a 9-6 victory over the Toronto Blue Jays.
This team is hopeless. Dayton Moore has run it into the ground. The Glass family hasn’t been willing to spend to keep pace with the big-market clubs.
The Kansas City Royals roster is loaded with youngsters who were baptized by fire during the 71-91 campaign of 2011.
Bruce Chen won 12 games in 2010. He came back to win 12 again last season. Name the last Royal lefty to post back-to-back seasons with at least 12 wins.
Baseball Digest’s Report Card on the 2011 Kansas City Royals
In their quest to plug the fat chasm that is their starting rotation, the Royals have big dreams.
A combination of thoughts on the Royals.
Trips to the East coast have not gone so well this season, perhaps the Royals need the beaches out West to ease their minds.
Former Natural Salvador Perez has been promoted to Kansas City.