The 2015 RoyalsBlue.com Spring Training Awards

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com      Once again, the Royals are just about wrapped up with their yearly soiree to the copper state. In typical fashion, the boys in blue have performed very well under the high sky, filling the box scores with crooked numbers and residing third in the Cactus League standings (17-10 as of the time this post was written). Opening day is less than a week away and we fans are chomping at the bit...

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A.L. Central 2015 Preview: The Detroit Tigers

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Magnum P.I.'s favorite team, and the only real bright spot (except for you beep) in an otherwise deteriorating city are the Detroit Tigers.  Winners of the last 4 A.L. Central Titles this group of stars is poised to take their 5th straight pennant.  The only thing holding them back will be Father Time.  This team is full of MVP and Cy Young candidates.  However many of them are aging...

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Royals come back to win 10-5 over Diamondbacks

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Another good matchup aired on FSKC. Though our broadcasters were not on today, baseball was still shown, and we all should have been blessed. Kansas City came into the day looking to win their third straight spring contest. Danny Duffy, the Royals number two starter, was on the bump for today’s game. Duffy came into today with a 4.05 ERA in four games. Jeremy Hellickson was on the other side for the...

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Royals Cruise as They Down Mariners 5-1

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com This was the second of four spring games airing on FSKC. With a little over one week until kicking off the regular season, Kansas City (14-9) and Seattle (10-12), a potential playoff match-up, look to fine-tune their skills in order to get off on the right foot this season. Opening Day starter, Yordano Ventura, took the hill for the Royals today. Ventura came into today with a 10.29 ERA in five games this spring...

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2015 A.L. Central Preview: Chicago White Sox

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   It has been a busy offseason for the Chicago White Stockings, and one that has certainly improved an underachieving squad from 2014. From big name pitching prospects to more power in the line-up, the pale hose opened their check books and went shopping.  But will that equal success in 2015?  With an improved division all around, here is a little preview of the White Sox and some...

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First Game Recap of the Season! Royals Bested by Sox, 6-0

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com With Opening Day less than two weeks away, the Royals aired their first of four Spring Training games on Wednesday in efforts to prepare for the regular season. The Boys in Blue come in at 13-8, which is good enough for second in the Cactus League standings. They face American League Central foe, the Chicago White Sox, who are just 7-11, and not showing any improvement thus far in the spring games. Jason Vargas...

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Catching a Grunt Off Guard

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Last week I wrote about meeting Frank White at a young age of 12 and this week I will share another chance encounter with a professional baseball player. This time we have to fast-forward from 12 year old me to 21 year old me. A lot had happened in those eight years, junior high, high school and half of college. The Royals went from being the kings of baseball to lowly Midwest jesters. In 1995, I was working...

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2nd Annual Royals Blue 2015 Home Opener Watch Party at Walsh’s Corner Cocktail!!!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Didn’t get a ticket to the 2015 Kansas City Royals home opener? Join us on April 6th at  Walsh’s Corner Cocktail for the second annual Royals Blue home opener watch party! Walsh’s is located at 304 West 85th street (a half block east of Wornall on 85th street) in south Kansas City. Traditionally, the great people at Walsh’s serve up hot dogs, hamburgers and...

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