Should Kansas City Royals Regret Trading for Nori Aoki?

Nelson Cruz Baltimore Orioles

Fans in KC started debating the merits of acquiring Nori Aoki as soon as news leaked that the Kansas City Royals were interested in him. I tried to take a little time for him to, you know, play baseball here […]

Kansas City Royals’ Ace James Shields Still Struggling at 2014 Halfway Point

Salvador Perez James Shields Kansas City Royals

Every team needs an ace with talent, drive and a proven ability to sustain their success. James Shields has been exactly that for both the Kansas City Royals and Tampa Bay Rays through his eight and a half seasons in […]

Kansas City Royals And Minnesota Twins Both Desperate To Succeed

Yohan Pino Minnesota Twins

The last day of June will bring a new set of challenges for the Kansas City Royals to battle through in their hunt for the playoffs. After taking two of three from the surging Los Angeles Angels, KC travels north […]

Kansas City Royals: 5 Biggest Royal Killers At Halfway Point Of 2014

George Springer Salvador Perez Houston Astros Kansas City Royals

What Kansas City Royals Haters And That Emo Friend Of Yours Have In Common

Kansas City Royals Fans

Every fanbase is unique, partly because of their divisions and their reasons for being divided. Sure, we all cheer together and suffer the pain of defeat in unison, but not all fans are created equal. This tumultuous-yet-thrilling start to the […]

Alex Gordon Needs Help Carrying Kansas City Royals To Success

Alex Gordon Kansas City Royals

The 2014 season is officially halfway over, so now is as good a time as ever to look back at what has transpired since Opening Day in late March. We’ll start the (over)analysis by looking at the Kansas City Royals‘ offensive […]

Kansas City Royals’ First Walk-Off Win of 2014 Was Well-Timed

Omar Infante Kansas City Royals

It took until the exact halfway point for the Kansas City Royals to claim their first walk-off win of the season, but it happened at an opportune moment. KC skidded through two wins in nine games to follow up their […]

Kansas City Royals Offense Must Compete Against Good Pitchers and Dominate Bad Ones

Eric Hosmer Omar Infante Kansas City Royals

The Kansas City Royals proved their ability to bounce back from heartbreak with a huge winning streak from early to mid-June. They followed this up by losing six of seven, and the offense is mostly to blame for both of […]

Pitching Gives Kansas City Royals Advantage Over Los Angeles Dodgers (This Time)

Kansas City Royals Los Angeles Dodgers

The Kansas City Royals‘ offense was understandably stumped by Clayton Kershaw in Game 2 of their series with the Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday, but the upcoming rubber-game should offer them much more hope. Kershaw threw eight outstanding innings against […]

Kansas City Royals Losing Future Fans Due to Dynamic Deals

Kansas City Royals

My latest take or rally cry about attendance at Kansas City Royals games led me to some rather disturbing thoughts that have more to do with community than sport. Legitimacy as a franchise just breeds more worry and stress, albeit in […]

Gut-Check Time for Kansas City Royals’ Offense

Alex Gordon Justin Maxwell Kansas City Royals

I refuse to get too down in the dumps after this third-straight Kansas City Royals loss. It shouldn’t be so easy to forget the awesome two weeks that lifted KC to relevance, but it also won’t be easy to shake […]

Kansas City Royals Ready to Bounce Back After Painful Defeat

Lorenzo Cain Mike Moustakas Kansas City Royals

The Kansas City Royals battled for the lead in the AL Central tonight, but they fell just short of holding onto first place. Despite a five-run comeback that erased another tough start from struggling Royals ace James Shields, KC now […]