John’s A.L. Central Prophecy
Apr11

John’s A.L. Central Prophecy

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   The 2016 MLB season has finally begun and while a majority of the country believes The Royals will finish in last place in The American League Central, they have other plans in store. Let’s take a look at how the American League Central might shake out this year as well as what The Royals will need to do to remain on top in a division that many believe has gotten much better.   To say The...

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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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The Second Coming of Mike Moustakas

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com May 22nd, 2014 was a cloudy day in Kansas City with a medium temperature of 67° Fahrenheit, and like most days in May, there was a chance for rain. The Royals had just avoided a sweep by The Chicago White Sox by taking the final game 3-1 the day before, and while April had been kind to The Royals, May was turning out to be decidedly less so. The Royals had been slumping offensively and no one was slumping...

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Reds/Cardinals vs The Royals Preview

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   It’s that time again…. Interleague play is right around the corner and The Royals will play host to The National League Central this year. Since its inception in 1997, The Royals have a .452 average in interleague play. Beginning on the 19th of this month, The Cincinnati Reds come to Kaufman for a two game, midweek set. The Reds have been struggling a bit this year but are still playing .500...

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Well Kansas City, You Wanted A Winner….

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Something has been bothering me quite a bit the last few days. It was something I just couldn’t put my finger on. It was some gnawing feeling that something just wasn’t quite right. Well, I’ve figured it out and it made me simultaneously nauseous and filled with vitriol. It was a feeling I was sure I’d never feel, let alone say. My outrage and my anger had nothing to do with the way The...

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2015 Royals Begin Right Where They Left Off…

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com And We’re Off…2015 Royals Begin Right Where They Left Off… With the first seven games under their belts, The Kansas City Royals appear to have not let a little set back like game seven of the 2014 World Series get to them. In fact, it probably has spurred them on to even bigger heights. Standing alone at 7-0, have secured sole possession of first place in The American League Central, a...

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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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Dig the New Breed

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com   It’s been, at the time of this writing, 126 days since The San Francisco Giants defeated The Kansas City Royals 3-2 in game seven of the 2014 World Series. A hard fought, gut-wrenching, series ending game that saw the Royals leaving the tying run 90 feet from home and a rabid fan base desperately hungry for more. The loss, no doubt, left some fans with a bitterly sour taste in their mouths-so close...

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