Legends Never Die.  Remembering These Royals Players for What They Were!
Oct02

Legends Never Die. Remembering These Royals Players for What They Were!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com That’s all, folks.  After the Royals finished up a disappointing season with a 14-2 loss to the Arizona Diamondbacks, little attention was paid to the outcome of the game or the fact that the Royals finished with their first losing season since finishing 72-90 in 2012. Instead the attention was appropriately placed on the shoulders of Eric Hosmer, Mike Moustakas, Lorenzo Cain, Alcides Escobar, and...

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Thank You, Royals!
Sep30

Thank You, Royals!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Thank You, Royals! We all could see this coming.  We knew that the core of young players was going to become free agents and that we were, most likely, not going to be able to afford to retain them.  We knew all of this and it still hasn’t dulled the pain most Royals fans are feeling this last weekend of the 2017 season. For my generation of Royals fans, this is all we know of what good baseball...

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Embarrassing!  Royals players have given up!
Aug29

Embarrassing! Royals players have given up!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Embarrassing!  That’s the only way to describe the Royals right now.  E-M-B-A-R-R-A-S-S-I-N-G!!! Royals fans of a certain generation are used to this.  Seeing our beloved Royals blow out by teams that were just plain better than they were.  From 1995-2012 (except for 2003) it seemed like that was always the case.  Those were the dark days of Royals baseball. This is...

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Feeling the Pitch: Royals Pitching Letting the Team Down!
Aug10

Feeling the Pitch: Royals Pitching Letting the Team Down!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals pitching is struggling.  There is time to turn it around, but, they'll need to do it fast. Every season in April I will chat with my dad about the upcoming Royals season.  Even when they were terrible there was a little optimism with the hitting and I’d make my case for how the Royals could make a run if or that went well and if the stars aligned and everyone from every other team...

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Did You Know They Were Royals?
Jul22

Did You Know They Were Royals?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals have had many players who made names for themselves in Kansas City.  However, they've had many great players come through that made their names in other places.  Here are those players. MLB.com Executive Columnist and former Kansas City Star writer, Joe Posnanski, wrote an article named He Played Where?  Majors’ best ‘irony jerseys’ in which he listed players who...

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No-Man’s Land:  What do the Royals do at the deadline?
Jul18

No-Man’s Land: What do the Royals do at the deadline?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com It’s the second half of the Major League Baseball season and the trade deadline fast approaching, it’s always a fans interest to see what their team will do.  Even fans of teams out of contention have something to keep them interested by wondering what stars of theirs will be traded for top prospects. The Royals are currently stuck in no-man’s land.  They’re sitting three games...

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Hall-of-Shame:  The 5 worst Royals All-Stars in team history
Jul05

Hall-of-Shame: The 5 worst Royals All-Stars in team history

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals have had a plethora of great All-Star moments the last few years.  This is to look at those All-Stars who were less than deserving in the lean times. It’s that time of year again.  The time of year where you step outside and it feels like a sauna in Kansas City.  A time of fireworks, barbecue, and recreation old-person softball. It’s also the time when the best players in...

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Royals fans, it’s time to face reality
Apr29

Royals fans, it’s time to face reality

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Well Royals fans, it’s time.  It’s time to come to the reality that the Royals are back.  Not the Royals we fell in love with the past four years but the Royals we loved prior to 2013.  It wasn’t a love of winning as much as it was a love for the team, the players, and baseball.  The crowds were sparse and the expectation of winning was non-existent; however, they were our...

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