The Detroit Tigers improved their roster immensely through the winter, but they won't find it easy to surpass the defending World Series champs in 2016.
The Royals will look to defend their World Series crown in 2016. To do so, having these guys stay healthy will be a good start.
The Kansas City Royals really overpaid in signing Ian Kennedy.
Now that they've officially re-signed star left fielder Alex Gordon, the Kansas City Royals can focus on improving their starting rotation. Former Cy Young winner Cliff Lee could be just who KC needs.
The Kansas City Royals are fresh off a World Series victory and the biggest signing in franchise history. Despite this move inducing questions, KC fans should be thrilled.
The Kansas City Royals need to fill a few holes before feeling confident about defending their 2015 World Series championship, but Gerardo Parra shouldn't be seen as a solution.
The Kansas City Royals gave up both pitching prospects Sean Manaea and Aaron Brooks to make Ben Zobrist a Royal in 2015. Will Brooks or Manaea do enough to make KC regret it this year? Find out here.
Brett Eibner and Jose Martinez may earn themselves a chance at some big league playing time in 2016 with the Kansas City Royals.
Here's how the Kansas City Royals' top five prospects stack up heading into 2016.
The Kansas City Royals knew in 2015 that their starting rotation wasn't their strong suit, but it didn't stop KC from taking home the World Series title. They'll enter 2016 without a true ace again.