I had almost gotten to the point where I felt guilty about writing this. Almost.
The Royals have lost some key players to injuries, but their replacements are playing well.
Many fans were wondering what Kansas City Royals closer, Joakim Soria, would pitch like coming off of a not so Soria-like season in 2011.
In part 4 of this multi-part series, we take a look at the trades of the Dayton Moore administration that were made in 2009 for the Kansas City Royals.
An above .500 this week, including a win Friday night against in-state rivals St. Louis Cardinals, has left a feeling of mixed emotions and expectations for this young team.
Kansas City has faced some troubling moments over the past week, and the organization’s future could be riding on how the team responds.
A solid start by both individuals and a young, enthusiastic ball club is just what Royals fans have been looking for.
Where did this come from? The Angels and the White Sox looked slightly puzzled this week facing a revamped Royals team. This is definitely not the team from a year ago.
Taking a look at the Rule 5 draft in the past and one of the fact that one of the best Royals on the current roster came from a Rule 5 pick.
Soria was one of the most dominant pitchers in the big leagues in 2010, and he is the clear choice for Pitcher of the Year.