Kansas City Royals: Will Ervin Santana be the 2014 Version of Kyle Lohse?
Peter G. Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

  Last season Kyle Lohse was considered one of the better pitchers on the free agent market. He was coming off of a very solid age-33 season that saw him go 16-3 with a 2.86 ERA and 1.09 WHIP. However, […]

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KANSAS CITY ROYALS

Yordano Ventura Kansas City Royals

It only took one pitch to completely change my opinion on how the Kansas City Royals will fare this season. Did you see it? Did you see that filthy, new and improved breaking ball Yordano Ventura used to embarrass elite […]

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Peter Aiken-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Royals haven’t been to the playoffs since 1985 and this year’s Royals team is looking to change that. Expectations are high in Kansas City this season and part of the reason for those high expectations are the […]

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Billy Butler

The second game of the Kansas City Royals‘ Spring Training campaign is now complete. After an ugly outing and eventual loss to the Texas Rangers in the Royals’ first Spring Training game of the year, KC dominated the Rangers in Surprise […]

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Salvador Perez

Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez is a budding star who should be considered the most valuable catcher in the league. With such value coming from their young catcher, who notoriously and quickly wreck their bodies in the big leagues, […]

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Alcides Escobar

Alcides Escobar usually thrills Kansas City Royals fans with stellar defense, but this year he entered Spring Training with his mind set on improving offensively. While it’s true that the majority of Alcides’ value rests in his defensive abilities, he […]

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Billy Butler Eric Hosmer

Here’s a remarkable stat to keep on your mind as we edge ever-closer to Spring Training’s first game on Thursday: Every American League team with a combined starters’ ERA lower than the Kansas City Royals reached the playoffs in 2013. […]

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