Don’t forget about Jesse Hahn
Jul12

Don’t forget about Jesse Hahn

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals acquired Jesse Hahn from the Oakland Athletics in 2018. I think that’s a trade Kansas City would love to take back. Hahn is the last one standing from that trade with the Athletics. Unfortunately for Hahn, he hasn’t been able to stay healthy since arriving in Kansas City. However, I still believe he has a role to play in the 2020 season. The Royals are still searching for a fifth starter....

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Is this Kyle Zimmer’s final shot with the Royals?
Jul10

Is this Kyle Zimmer’s final shot with the Royals?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com After being selected in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the Kansas City Royals, Kyle Zimmer has battled multiple injuries. This includes missing the entire 2018 season with a shoulder injury. Zimmer’s shoulder has led to most of his injuries since being drafted by Kansas City. Despite all the setbacks, the Royals still believe in the former first rounder. With Zimmer being 28 years of age, I don’t...

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Going back in time with the Royals and Reo Speedwagon
Jul09

Going back in time with the Royals and Reo Speedwagon

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Back in 1979, Reo Speedwagon made a stop in Kansas City, Missouri. But it wasn’t just any stop because Reo Speedwagon has played multiple shows in Kansas City,  including at Kauffman Stadium. If you ever go or have ever been to an Reo Speedwagon show in Kansas or Kansas City, Reo Speedwagon’s front man Kevin Cronin will say “Reo Speedwagon and the Midwest go back a long way.” And yeah,...

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The Royals are taking a look at Braden Shipley
Jul09

The Royals are taking a look at Braden Shipley

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com After signing a minor league deal with the Royals in 2019, Braden Shipley is finally given a chance to prove himself. Some of you might think he will be a bullpen piece. I can see why some of you would think that, but not me. I see him as a potential starter. In an intrasquad scrimmage game the Royals used pitcher Branden Shipley to start the game. He pitched three innings according to Royals beat writer Jeffrey...

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Nashville Stars won’t work in the MLB
Jul07

Nashville Stars won’t work in the MLB

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Nashville has said for multiple years that they would love an MLB franchise. Who could blame them? There’s no doubt that Nashville can find an ownership group, but there is a question on how Nashville expects to get a team when there are 30 teams in the league. Now back to the ownership question. According to USA Today, if Nashville had an MLB franchise they hope it will be the first African American owned...

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Royals are excited for Patrick Mahomes!
Jul07

Royals are excited for Patrick Mahomes!

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Remember this date, on July 6th of 2020 the Kansas City Chiefs signed quarterback Patrick Mahomes to a long-term contract extension. What kind of long-term contract? A 10-year contract extension worth $503 million. Mahomes’ contract passes Angel’s outfielder Mike Trout’s contract of 10-years and $426.5 million by a long shot. I can guess most Royals fans are glad they didn’t give Eric Hosmer a...

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Cam Gallagher’s role in 2020
Jul05

Cam Gallagher’s role in 2020

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com In 2019, Cam Gallagher played a bigger role for the Royals than we wanted him to. Unfortunately, I see Gallagher playing about the same amount of games this year, maybe even a little more. Royals fans were hoping this season Salvador Perez would make his return behind the plate on a daily basis. Believe me, I was too. Here are a couple reasons why Gallagher will see a good amount of playing time. One, Salvador...

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Is Scott Blewett a starting candidate?
Jul03

Is Scott Blewett a starting candidate?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals have multiple pitchers that could be used as their fifth starter. I can guess most Royals fans are thinking Brady Singer, Glenn Sparkman, Jorge Lopez or even Ian Kennedy, but let’s not forget about Scott Blewett.  Most people think I am off my hinges to put Blewett as a potential starting candidate. Don’t worry, I am thinking clearly. Last season, Blewett played in 18 games with the Storm...

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