Is this team ready for October?
Sep30

Is this team ready for October?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   It's been a while since I went on a good rant, so buckle up folks, it is about to get bumpy! Since when is there a magical key that allows teams to turn on their best when they need it?  Did we learn nothing from last year's Oakland Athletics?  A team that struggles down the stretch usually doesn't turn a magical key and switch back into the team they were in May or June in...

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Podcast Number #9 is here!
Sep29

Podcast Number #9 is here!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Have you been wondering what Zach, John, and Walker all think about this slide into the playoffs?  Or how bad will Walker dominate this weeks host brawl? Or what do these guys have waiting for them in their Mail Bag?  Well wait no longer!! It is offically here!  And if you aren't subscribing to us via iTunes, Soundcloud, Plugged-in or whatever you listen to, WHAT ARE YOU WAITING...

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The Royals Central Division Championship is Truly Special
Sep25

The Royals Central Division Championship is Truly Special

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   For the first time in 30 years, the Kansas City Royals are Division Champions. Winning the division is the entire reason teams play a grueling 162 game schedule that stretches from reporting to camp in February until the end of the World Series scheduled for the first part of November. It is the all encompassing hope and desire to be rewarded with a berth in the postseason that teams look towards when the...

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Nine Positions One Game – Ray Chang: Man of many talents!
Sep24

Nine Positions One Game – Ray Chang: Man of many talents!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com     As you may recall a few weeks back, Kansas City Native and a Member of the Reds Double-A club the Pensacola Blue Wahoo's Ray Chang, officially played all 9 positions in one minor league game.  The Wahoo's had clinched a playoff berth the night before, so the pressure was off the squad in their final game.  So Ray got the chance to do something only Will Ferrell has...

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Guthrie Blasted in Return to Royals Rotation
Sep23

Guthrie Blasted in Return to Royals Rotation

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   On Tuesday, Kansas City got to a Jeremy Guthrie that they thought was a distant memory. They saw the Jeremy Guthrie that pitched on Memorial Day in Yankee Stadium or June 29 at Cleveland. They saw Jeremy “demoted from the starting rotation” Guthrie. The Seattle Mariners came to Kansas City for three games, the opener for the Royals last homestand of the season, and it didn’t go anywhere...

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Royals Replace Greg Holland as Closer
Sep22

Royals Replace Greg Holland as Closer

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   Well, it finally happened. The Royals are stating Greg Holland has been removed as the closer of the Royals and Wade Davis has been tabbed as the new man in charge of the 9th. A few weeks back, we began to chronicle the worrisome decline of Holland, and the staggering loss of velocity he was experiencing. Over the course of his last 5 appearances, he has experienced the lowest average velocity of his...

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What’s Going On With the Royals?
Sep17

What’s Going On With the Royals?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   As The Royals continue their four game set against The Cleveland Indians, there are many in Kansas City trying to make sense of their recent poor play. The Royals are 3-7 in their past ten games and the starting pitching, for the most part, has been abysmal. That starting pitching, along with superb defense have been the corner stone of this team. It has propelled them to a record of 85-59 with the third...

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Royals Best Tribe – Increase Lead in AL
Sep16

Royals Best Tribe – Increase Lead in AL

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   It may not have been overly exciting until the very end, but the Royals got back in the win column with a 2-0 victory over the Cleveland Indians. We had a pitcher’s duel on our hands at Progressive Field on Tuesday night. Kris Medlen took the hill for the Royals and dazzled. He threw 6.1 shutout innings, giving up just five hits over that span. He did not strike anyone out and hardly threw more...

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