Kansas City Royals

Royals Rumblings - News For January 24, 2019

Blurred news The MLB.com team breaks down each American League team’s rotation as it stands today. Jeffrey Flanagan on the Royals’ rotation: Royals The Royals’ front four of the rotation seem fairly set heading into Spring Training, though...

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How Royals Players Performed In Winter Ball

Baseball is a year-round sport! This winter has been cold and snowy in Kansas City, but further south it is still warm enough to be baseball season. Many players in the Royals organization have been working on their craft in winter leagues...

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Royals Place Three On Baseball Prospectus Prospect List, But Just One On Baseball America List

The organization is starting to build up some depth. Baseball Prospectus came out with their top 101 prospect list today. No surprise that Blue Jays uberprospect Vladimir Guerrero, Jr. topped the list, followed by Angels outfielder Jo Adell. The...
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The Royals Traded Away All Of Their Best Breaking Balls

The Royals pitching staff had a pretty poor go in 2018, thanks much in part to trading away some of their best pitches. If you follow me on Twitter (@duvy_013), you may have seen at some point in time that I like to try to rank individual pitches....
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Remembering Paul Schaal

He had your back! Before George Brett. Before Kevin Seitzer. Before Gary Gaetti, Joe Randa and Mike Moustakas, the Royals had a pretty decent third baseman. His name was Paul Schaal. Schaal was an outstanding high school baseball player who led his...

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Royals Show Their Support For The Chiefs In The Afc Championship Game

GO CHIEFS! The Chiefs are hosting their first AFC Championship Game tonight against the Patriots, captivating Kansas City. Not only are the Chiefs being supported by fans around town, much of the Midweset (and much of the United States!) but the...
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Royal Nicknames: What The Royals Call Each Other In Private

The royal family might seem formal to the general public, but they do relax amongst themselves, and surely don’t call each other by formal titles. But what do they call each other? Yes, it seems that the royal family does have nicknames or pet...

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The Best Players The Royals Ever Got In The January Amateur Draft

It is January. There is snow on the ground. The city is on pins and needs in anticipation of the big football game this weekend. Perhaps the last thing you would think about right now is drafting amateur baseball players. But that is what used to...

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Royals Review Laboratory: A Team Full Of Whit Merrifields

Royals Review reader Kirk (who you can find kicking around in the comments and on Twitter) asks: Something I’ve heard from time to time is, “Give me a team full of <blank> and I’d win championships.” So my question is, what would a...
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Royals Pitcher Eric Skoglund Suspended 80 Games For Ped Violation

Kansas City Royals pitcher Eric Skoglund will miss half of the 2019 season after being suspended for violating Major League Baseball's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. Per MLB...

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Zips Projects Royals To Have Lots Of Hitters Who Can’t Get On Base

Merry ZIPSmas! It is projection season! ZIPS is the gold standard of player projections, and ZIPS-meister Dan Szymborski released his 2019 ZIPS projections for the Royals this week. It is not pretty, but for a team coming off a 104-loss season...

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Royals 8, Yankees 5: Yankees Stumble As Royals Continue A Playoff Push

The Yankees, now three and half games back, were undone by a sluggish offense and an erratic outing by Michael Pineda.
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Royals Rumblings - News For January 14, 2019

LET’S GO KANSAS CITY SPORTS. Royals Rumblings - News for January 14, 2019 Minor league pitching coach Steve Luebber talks about being assigned to Wilmington. “We had pitching meetings in September,” Luebber said. “Before the meetings, the...

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Royals Sign Infielder Taylor Featherston To A Minor League Deal

MOAR DEPTH The Royals have signed infielder Taylor Featherston to a minor league deal, according to Baseball America. The 29-year old former TCU Horned Frog has spent parts of three seasons in the big leagues with the Angels, Rays, and Phillies. The...
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The Royals’ Versatility Should Be A Plus For Them In 2019

Lots of sporks out there. It’s sometimes rough to find a positive for a team coming off of a 104 loss season. You don’t lose that many games without there being some major issues going on with your team. In that regard, the Kansas City Royals...

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The Art Of Caring When Nothing Matters

Well, almost nothing. Recently, there has been honest-to-goodness Kansas City Royals news. The Royals cut Cheslor Cuthbert, using his 40-man spot to re-sign the oft-injured Kyle Zimmer to a Major League deal. This transaction is probably the biggest...
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Royals Rumblings - News For January 8, 2019

Who is the fastest Royal? Royals Rumblings - News for January 8, 2018 Jeffrey Flanagan looks at who is the fastest player on the Royals. ”I’m like fast right off the bat,” Gore said. “My first two or three steps is as fast as I’m going to...

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Things I Am Thankful For

The baseball edition With 2018 in the books and 2019 spring training a couple of months away, I thought it a good time to reflect on America’s pastime, and specifically the Kansas City Royals, and consider the things we most appreciate about the...

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White Sox Sign Kelvin Herrera To Two-year Deal

We could be seeing an old friend a lot this year. The Chicago White Sox have signed former Royals reliever Kelvin Herrera to a two-year, $18 million deal, according to reporter Ken Rosenthal. The deal has a vesting or club option for the third year...

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If The Royals Are Looking For Veteran Relievers, There Are Plenty Out On The Free Agent Market

Build the bullpen! Last week, two of the bigger reliever names out on the free agent market, David Robertson, and Zack Britton signed with the Phillies and Yankees, respectively. Those signings could mean other relieversr might start following suit...
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