With their playoff hopes still alive, the Royals minor league call-ups play meaningful games in September.
It may not be the Angels pitcher some fans wanted, but it shows the Royals are going after starting pitching.
Dayton Moore needs no one to tell him that he must move to acquire pitching. He knows it. In fact he’s known it, and has been trying to do just that, for about three years now.
As expected, the Royals starting rotation is the weak link of the team.
Naturals’ return home for eight games
The greatest indictment of “the process” stood center stage on Monday and Tuesday in Cleveland.
The Kansas City Royals failed at their pre-season pitch to their hometown faithful of the fact that this is truly the time the Royals will start winning.
It wasn’t very welcoming, by the way. Reminds me of another Royals starting pitcher who made their debut at Yankee Stadium.
Naturals wrap up 5-3 road trip
As a Rule 5 pick in 2011, Adcock struggled through a season at the end of Royals’ bullpen bench. Though he was in over his head, the Royals had to keep Adcock on the roster, or risk losing him.