Each year, not matter how dreadful it is, a player and pitcher of the year is named by the Kansas City Royals.
Chris Getz and Yuniesky Betancourt are back, replacing Johnny Giavotella and Irving Falu. But is it a good idea?
It started around 11:30 AM as I pulled into Lot F and checked my phone to see Ned Yost’s Opening Day lineup.
Royals fans like to talk about the crop of young, exciting players, but how about the men who will lead them into the 2012 Major League campaign?
Lorenzo Cain’s time has come in Kansas City.
If Hosmer’s stock trends up instead of down, Royal fans won’t mind a bit that he missed out on the Rookie of the Year award.
Searching for insights into key Royals by looking to similar players from the past.
Ranking the best outfield seasons in Royals history.
Examining some encouraging signs from the Royals offense.
Skip Schumaker has given everything the team has asked. Now the question of where he will play beyond 2011 needs to be answered.