Happy Birthday To Royals Blue Writer Zach Hodson

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   As is tradition here at Royals Blue.  When one of our writers gets a year older, I like to tell a little story about them and the Royals!  As Zach and I owned Royals Season Tickets for a while together (with our other psuedo-friend Bryan Deleve) I have many stories to tell! Some of the top things I thought about writing included our mission to gain popularity for Canada Day at the K!  With players like...

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The Theory of Royaltivity

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com     Everything in sports is relative. When the Braves or Cardinals have a .500 season, it is a down year. A “bad” year. One to forget, often ripe with a fan base calling for change. When the Royals reached and exceeded .500 in 2003, it was considered a magical year. This wasn’t because it was an example of spectacular baseball, but rather because they were a group of players whom on...

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Batting Practice Doesn’t Translate as White Sox Beat Royals 3-1

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com “I think we’ve got guys who can definitely hit for power. If you don’t believe me, just watch BP.” -Ned Yost Well, Royals fans…. We’re not far from Rock Bottom. Actually, we’re two games from Rock Bottom, but don’t worry. Dayton Moore still thinks that we can win with the players that are currently on the roster, and that’s why he isn’t selling. The Royals lost again on...

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Attention Royals: The All-Star Break is Over!!!!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Unfortunately for all the fans of the Kansas City Royals, someone played a terrible joke on them and forgot to tell the Royals that the All-Star Break ended on Friday!  Because of this extended vacation, they have officially fallen out of contention and into 3rd in the Central, and 3.5 out of the Wild-Card, all while dropping under .500 for the season at 48-49. But wait.  We were promised that this would be the...

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Playoff Hopes Dwindling, Royals Swept by Sox, Lose Game Three 6-0

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Don’t panic now, but the Royals are closer to last place than they are first place. The Kansas City Royals have just been swept by the last place Boston Red Sox. “What happened to driving the bus?” That bus has now crashed and caught on fire. The Royals have scored five runs total this series. Four runs on Friday, one run yesterday, and no runs today. It isn’t for lack of getting on base,...

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Lifeless Royals Lose Again, 2-1 To Red Sox

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Here are some tasteful stats that Ryan Landreth has dug up that may give you no hope at all for the Kansas City Royals. “The Royals have outhit their opponent 11 times in their 47 losses, with another 7 times matching their opponent’s hit total. In another 13 games, they’ve had no fewer than two less hits than their opponent did. The Royals have lost 47 times. In just 16 of them, they’ve...

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Yosted (Stop me If You’ve Heard This Before)

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Kansas City was majorly Yosted tonight. Mr. Glass must be going through serious withdrawals what with losing 3/4 to the Tigers, and now again tonight. At one point in this game, the Royals actually had a lead. I promise. There’s proof and everything. Our boys put a run on the board in the first inning after a double by Omar Infante and a long single by Eric Hosmer. Boston then tied the game in the bottom...

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Kansas City at Boston: Series Preview

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Kansas City will head into Beantown hopefully feeling relaxed and ready to go. The Royals will need to have another spectacular run down the stretch in order for their postseason dreams to stay alive. Game 1: James Shields (9-5, 3.65 ERA) vs. Clay Bucholz (4-5. 5.42 ERA) Kansas City will look to ace James Shields to open up the second half with a victory. Boston has under performed thus far in the season, but...

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