Kansas City Royals Fans Must Realize Importance of Series vs. Detroit Tigers

Kansas City Royals

My job always entails making some sort of point with what I’m writing; without that, there isn’t much direction or reason to what you’re reading. Usually, the goal is to make that point, or at least how I prove it, […]

Kansas City Royals Getting Hot at the Right Time

Omar Infante Kansas City Royals

Don’t look now, but the Kansas City Royals now stand just two games behind the AL Central-leading Detroit Tigers. The Royals are 33-32, and they’ve only lost one game in the last 11 days. In the past two weeks, KC […]

Lonnie Chisenhall’s Legendary Night Portends Possible Problems For Kansas City Royals

Lonnie Chisenhall Cleveland Indians

Storms stopped the Kansas City Royals from finishing up their series with the New York Yankees on Monday night, but baseball should return to the K in dramatic fashion on Tuesday. KC will continue their homestand on Tuesday evening, weather permitting, […]

Would Kansas City Royals Consider Firing GM Dayton Moore?

Dayton Moore Kansas City Royals

Here’s a not-so-fun fact I discovered while researching skippers for my latest take on Ned Yost. Former Kansas City Royals managers Hal McRae, Buddy Bell, Bob Boone, Tony Muser, Trey Hillman, Tony Pena and Billy Gardner all rank below the […]

Kansas City Royals Must Consider Firing Ned Yost

Ned Yost Kansas City Royals

The last few days were quite eventful for the Kansas City Royals, and tonight’s draft and final game against the St. Louis Cardinals will keep all facets of the franchise busy. In such a tumultuous part of the season, is […]

Rookie Pitcher Matchup Brings Only Bad News for Kansas City Royals

Marcus Stroman Toronto Blue Jays

Yesterday’s third game of four between the Kansas City Royals and Toronto Blue Jays came with some compellingly unique question marks attached. Neither starter had more than seven innings of MLB play under his belt prior to today’s game, so fans of […]

Kansas City Royals Must Move On From Disappointing May

Norichika Aoki Kansas City Royals

May wasn’t too kind to the Kansas City Royals this year, but I’m just thankful they won their last two games. Before the hot weather and cold reality of June hits us, let’s take a look at how the Royals […]

Bruce Chen’s Return Will Improve Slumping Kansas City Royals’ Pitching Staff

Bruce Chen Kansas City Royals

Starting pitching has usually held strong for the Kansas City Royals this year, but some recent issues led to some momentum-shifting defeats. One of the biggest question marks among KC starters could soon be answered with the return of one […]

Can Kansas City Royals Re-Sign James Shields?

James Shields Kansas City Royals

Maybe worrying about this kind of stuff is pointless this early in the season, but I’m not the only Kansas City Royals fan with the topic of James Shields‘ contract on my mind. Shields is playing his last contractual year […]

Kansas City Royals Shouldn’t Promote Mike Moustakas Until He’s Red-Hot

Mike Moustakas Kansas City Royals

I knew this would happen. The Kansas City Royals demoted a struggling, frustrated Mike Moustakas on the 22nd, and he’s been raking ever since. Moose is hitting .355 in his eight games and 31 at-bats as a Storm Chaser this […]

Kansas City Royals Have Tough Decision to Make About Danny Duffy

Danny Duffy Kansas City Royals

Lefty Danny Duffy of the Kansas City Royals and his “dead arm” gave up six runs in just four innings in his last start, which led to a 9-3 beat-down by the Houston Astros. Duffy’s short time with the Royals this year […]

Buddy Baumann Should Replace Tim Collins in Kansas City Royals’ Bullpen

Tim Collins Kansas City Royals

Reliever Tim Collins of the Kansas City Royals and his recent problems on the mound are disconcerting to say the least, but how should the team handle it? KC clearly isn’t afraid of shaking things up lately, so would the Royals be […]