After missing much of the year recovering from Tommy John surgery, it appears that Danny Duffy is ready to claim a spot in the Kansas City Royals’ rotation for the rest of this season and possibly next season as well.
A hot start after the All Star break had Royals fans dreaming of the postseason.
Regardless of what has happened in the past, the Pirates this year are a team playing over their heads. Players who have struggled in the past don’t all just suddenly become good, do they?
When the Royals made a splash this off-season by acquiring James Shields and Wade Davis from the Tampa Bay Rays, they figured they were getting two above average Major League pitchers that would solidify their rotation right away.
For the first time in a decade, the Royals have more than one player named to the All-Star team.
It has been a bit of an up and down year for Santana, but if he can build on his stellar June, and has a bit more luck, the wins will come.
This off-season, the Royals wanted to shake things up and they were willing to ship off their top prospect to do so.
This week, we examine an ace lefty, a couple of Giant pitchers who are anything but, a pitcher rebounding nicely from a horrific injury, and more.
The Royals head to Oakland this weekend.
The Royals project Wade Davis as a starter, but is he a better reliever?