Kansas City Royals Should Consider Trading for Daniel Murphy
As Winter Meetings begin, a second baseman and a starter top the Kansas City Royals‘ list of offseason priorities. With many intriguing options for offensive upgrades already taken or proving to be out of KC’s price range, the team should […]
Kansas City Royals’ Backup Infielder Situation Raises Questions
Since the Kansas City Royals designated utility man Emilio Bonifacio for assignment, I’ve provided my fair share of complaint on the topic. Now, with the daily sounds of baseball brightening my mood, I feel the need to look on the […]
Kansas City Royals Fans Must Remain Cautious with Optimism
It happens to me every Spring Training. The Kansas City Royals burst out of the gates offensively with scores that more closely resemble the NFL than then MLB. Players who absolutely need to do great begin the year in Arizona […]
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Who Will Be Kansas City Royals’ Biggest Rival?
The Kansas City Royals had a remarkably positive offseason before reaching Spring Training this week. After getting better in almost every facet of the game, the Royals are starting to match up pretty well against even the MLB‘s stiffest competition. […]
Can Kansas City Royals’ Alex Gordon Successfully Change Roles?
The Kansas City Royals boast a lineup that’s potent through and through this year. One of the order’s most reliable bats belongs to veteran Alex Gordon, who now is being tasked to embrace a batting order spot aside from the […]
Predicting Danny Valencia’s Production with Kansas City Royals
Kansas City Royals newcomer Danny Valencia commemorated his first in-game action as a Royal with his first home run as a Royal. It sure didn’t take him long to make a good impression. A previous article of mine details the […]
Kansas City Royals’ Future Success Depends on No. 5 Starter
The Kansas City Royals had a remarkable 2013, but despite their success, numerous spots on the roster made their need for improvement apparent. A little more productivity from either the offense or the starting rotation may have brought the franchise […]
Kansas City Royals 2014 Spring Training Profile: Billy Butler
Kansas City Royals designated hitter Billy Butler enters the 2014 MLB season trying to determine whether the power he showed in 2012 was one fleeting season of excellence, or a standard he can reattain that will make him a more […]