Could Brett Anderson be a fit for the Royals?
Nov24

Could Brett Anderson be a fit for the Royals?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The free agent market will be slow this year, but a slow market might work out in the Royals favor. The Royals are looking for a cost efficient starter, and there are many out there. I believe Brett Anderson could be a good fit for the boys in blue in 2021. Last season, Anderson went 4-4 with the Brewers. He owned a 4.21 ERA in 10 games in 47 innings pitched. Anderson will be heading into his age 33 season. I...

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Could Cam Bedrosian fit in the Royals’ plans?
Nov18

Could Cam Bedrosian fit in the Royals’ plans?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals are looking for pitchers with multiple arbitration years remaining on their contacts. The Royals are also looking to get younger in the near future. In 2021, however,  I believe their bullpen will be a mix of young and veteran arms; but, I believe Cam Bedrosian is an exception. Bedrosian is heading into his final year of arbitration eligibility. I believe the Royals will consider giving him a look...

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Royals type of players
Nov13

Royals type of players

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Have you’ve ever thought about what type of players the Royals sign, draft, trade and claim off waivers? I can almost guarantee that most Royals fans don’t think about this. I know I used to be one of them. That changed for me after watching an MLB Central episode on MLB network in 2018. That was the same year the Royals traded pitcher Kelvin Herrera to the Nationals. Why do I bring this trade up you...

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Bargin Bin: T.J. McFarland
Nov10

Bargin Bin: T.J. McFarland

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals will be signing free agents to cheap contracts this off-season. The Royals are interested in adding a starting pitcher to the mix. Will they add a bullpen arm? I hope they do. Not only do I think they need to add a bullpen arm, but a left handed reliever. The past few seasons the Royals have struggled to find reliable bullpen arms. The best examples of that are the Brad Boxberger and Wily Peralta...

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Could Kratz be a Future Manager?
Nov07

Could Kratz be a Future Manager?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com On November 6, veteran catcher Erik Kratz announced he would not play in 2021. Kratz told Robert Murray, “My next season will not be as a player, that’s for sure. I am deciding not to play.” Kratz didn’t officially announce retirement, but that’s what it sounded like. Kratz has been playing organizational baseball since 2002. Kratz was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 2002...

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Don’t Sleep on Gutiérrez
Nov06

Don’t Sleep on Gutiérrez

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals acquired Kelvin Gutiérrez from the Nationals in 2018 along with two other prospects for Kelvin Herrera. In my opinion, Gutiérrez is the best of the three players the Royals got in return; in fact, I believe Gutiérrez has a future with the Royals. In 2020, Gutiérrez spent most of the season on the injured list. However he was able to get nine at bats in the big leagues. During his nine at bats,...

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Minor could have a major impact for KC!
Nov06

Minor could have a major impact for KC!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Do you remember the name Mike Minor? If you are a Royals fan, you probably do. In 2016 the Royals signed Minor to a two year deal worth $7.25 million. The deal included a club option for the 2018 season. The option was declined as we all know. After his time with the Royals, Minor signed a three-year deal with the Texas Rangers. The deal worked out in the Rangers favor. In 2019, Minor posted an incredible 2.40...

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A Royals type of player: Ben Gamel
Nov03

A Royals type of player: Ben Gamel

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals will be looking to add an outfield this off-season with Alex Gordon announcing his retirement at the end of the 2020 season. The Royals have multiple players that are eligible for contract extensions in Jorge Soler, Brad Keller, Adalberto Mondesi and Hunter Dozier. Some of these contracts won’t be cheap for the Royals. With multiple players eligible for contract extensions, the Royals need to...

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