As I have gotten older I appreciate the little things so much more because I now know they aren’t so little.
For several years now the Royals have had one of the better farm systems in Major League Baseball. Most teams should be so lucky.
Pete Kozma might have gotten sudden public support along with the St. Louis Cardinals starting shortstop job after Rafael Furcal announced Thursday he would have Tommy John surgery and miss the entire 2013 season, but Kozma has deserved some of that respect long before now.
The St. Louis baseball season got off to its unofficial start on Saturday with an annual high mark.
A losing streak early in the season makes fans wonder if the 2012 Royals are the same old Royals of the past.
Despite being swept by the Cleveland Indians while playing in front of their home crowd for the first time in 2012, the Kansas City Royals provided some reasons for optimism
With the Kansas City Royals officially opening their 2012 season this Friday, the optimism for some fans is now being replaced with nervousness.
Is this group getting the credit it deserves?
We must remember some of the players that graced the Opening Day lineup card in years past that made us ask, “WTF?!?!?”
First and foremost, the Kool Aid Drinker is not just in me. There is a little bit of him in everyone that still considers himself a Royals fan in 2012.