Starting pitching is a big priority for the Kansas City Royals this offseason, and Hisashi Iwakuma would be a great option to take the mound for KC next year.
Kris Medlen continued his path back to being a big-league starter when he took the mound in several key relief situations for the Kansas City Royals last season. KC needs him even more in 2016.
Scouts were consistently turning their backs on Kansas City Royals outfield prospect Bubba Starling, until a highly improved 2014 helped him turn things around.
The Kansas City Royals seem to have some dough to spend this offseason, but because of hopes that they can extend the contract of their most valuable player, they need to stay fiscally conservative.
Both corner outfield positions will be a concern for the Kansas City Royals this offseason, so spending on a bargain free agent could help answer one of their biggest questions.
The Kansas City Royals rode a balanced offense, a great defense and a uniquely excellent bullpen to a 2015 World Series Championship. Now, their effect on the free agent market is becoming clear.
Danny Duffy showed a lot of promise as a reliever in 2015, but the Kansas City Royals can get the most possible value out of him if he starts games in 2016.
The Kansas City Royals must address the holes in left and right field if they want realistic hopes of defending their World Series title, but they have no lack of intriguing options to consider.
Many Kansas City Royals fans would love to see Joakim Soria re-sign with their club, but it doesn't seem like it would be financially wise.
The Kansas City Royals can't realistically expect to defend their 2015 World Series Championship without filling some holes on their 2016 roster, and lefty Scott Kazmir could fit right in next year.