Kansas City Royals

Remembering The Career Of Dick Drago

The Godfather was the Royals’ first ace In baseball parlance, the word “Ace” was used to describe a team’s number one starter. A guy that could be counted on to give 7+ innings every time out and stop losing streaks before they got out of...

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Royals Rumblings - News For May 23, 2019

Hope the Royals learned to play the RIGHT way this week. Royals Rumblings - News for May 23, 2019 Brad Keller had a strong performance in the first game of yesterday’s doubleheader. “I felt like my misses were a lot more around the zone, sliders...

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Ozuna, Carpenter Homer, Cardinals Split Dh With Royals 10-3

Marcell Ozuna and Matt Carpenter went deep as part of a four-homer barrage and the St. Louis Cardinals split a doubleheader with the Kansas City Royals by winning the second game 10-3 on Wednesday night        
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The Greinke Trade That Could Have Been

What if the Royals had sent Greinke to Washington? When the Royals traded Zack Greinke back in December of 2010 to the Brewers, they received a haul in terms of talent. Future franchise cornerstones Lorenzo Cain and Alcides Escobar, along with...

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Orioles Become Fastest Team To Give Up 100 Hrs While Yankees, Twins Reap The Benefits

The Baltimore Orioles took hold of a distinction the Kansas City Royals are happy to release. Baltimore’s pitching staff gave up its 100th home run of the season Tuesday night in its 48th game, making the team the fastest to reach the...
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Intentional Or Otherwise, The Royals Are Totally Tanking

They truly may not be doing it on purpose, but they’re doing a pretty good job of following the tanking formula. I want to quickly revisit an article I wrote last spring, in which I detailed the “Tanking Blueprint.” For quick context, the...

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St. Louis Cardinals Series Preview: I-70 Has Never Been More Divided

The Royals get to throw on their jean shorts and head to St. Louis for cracker pizza and baseball The St. Louis Cardinals last made the playoffs the last time the Royals did, but haven’t won a World Series since 2011, which Royals fans certainly...
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The Royals Might Be Onto Something With Their College-heavy Draft Strategy

But will they follow through with it? The scene: June, 2018. New Jersey. Thanks to numerous circumstances, which included a mediocre 80-82 season the previous year, compensatory picks received when Lorenzo Cain and Eric Hosmer signed elsewhere in...

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Royals Rumblings - News For May 21, 2019

Another Monday off-day...and another day of rain in KC. Man, there was not a whole lot to talk about yesterday regarding the Royals. Jeffrey Flanagan did his best with his weekly mailbag. The good news for those fans of Starling is that there seems...

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Fanpulse Respondents Still Have Confidence In The Direction Of The Team

The losses mount, so will that confidence waiver? Welcome to SB Nation FanPulse, a survey of fans across MLB. Each week, we send 30 polls to plugged in fans from each team. Royals fans, sign up HERE to join FanPulse. FanPulse respondents still have...
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Duffy Pitches Royals Past Angels 5-1 For 3rd Straight Win

Danny Duffy won his third straight start and the Kansas City Royals stopped a four-game skid with a 5-1 victory over the Los Angeles Angels        

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Royals Comeback Falls Short, Lose 6-3

Too many wasted opportunities lead the Royals to lose their fourth game in a row. Before I talk about the game let me just ask a question. Who invented time zones? Can someone lend me their time machine so I can have a conversation with that person?...

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Watch: Mike Trout Belts 473-foot Home Run

Mike Trout absolutely destroyed a baseball on Saturday night. Trout took an outside fastball from Kansas City Royals pitcher Jakob Junis deep to left field for a solo home run in the bottom of the first inning, putting the Angels up 1-0. Mike Trout...

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Alex Gordon Discusses Future Plans

There has been some indication that Royals outfielder Alex Gordon might hang up his spikes at the end of the year, but his hot start has him leaning in the other direction. The veteran tells MLB.com’s Jeffrey Flanagan that he’s “at...

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Game 45: Kansas City Royals Vs. Los Angeles Angels

First of the road trip Kansas City Royals (15-29) @ Los Angeles Angels (20-23) Brad Keller (2-4, 4.47 ERA) vs. Matt Harvey (1-3, 6.69 ERA) First pitch- 9:07 CT Angel Stadium, Anaheim, California Quick hits: Kelvin Gutierrez optioned to Omaha,...

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Handing Out First Quarter Grades To The Royals

Those that can’t do, teach. And teachers give out grades. Judging by the fact that we’ve gone from 70 degree highs to “surface of the sun” hot in a matter of 24 hours, it would appear that summer is upon us, which means that the school year...

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Names To Know For The Royals 2019 Draft

This might not be my favorite time of the year (to be honest...I do love Christmas time) but MLB draft season is among my favorite times of the year. Every year I digitally pen the same thing: the MLB draft doesn’t get as much hype as the NFL...
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Defense Collapses And The Royals Get Blown Out 16-1 In Series Finale

RIP all offense lineup The Royals hatred of close games seems unmatched in all of baseball. Each Kansas City’s last seven games had been decided by four runs or more, and that continued today as a defensive meltdown in the 5th fueled a late inning...
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Game Xliv: Royals V. Rangers

Homer Bailey takes the mound in the rubber match The 2019 Royals don’t have an affinity for close baseball games. They are 3-8 in one run games and 5-11 in games decided by two runs or fewer. This struggle in close games explains rather easily why...

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Early Offense Catapults Royals To Eventful 11-5 Victory Over Rangers

Great offense by the Royals! Ok, fine. You saw the title. You know that the Kansas City Royals defeated the Texas Rangers 11-5. But some of you are primarily reading this in order to discover how Nicky Lopez’s debut went. I get it. The short...

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