All-Time Fictional Baseball Team
Mar31

All-Time Fictional Baseball Team

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com If you are like me, you are desperately missing baseball. We don’t know when, or if, baseball – or any other sport will resume. So, today is as good of a day as any to dream of what the all-time Fictional Baseball players team would look like. C Jack Parkman (Major League 2) Parkman was a clear clubhouse cancer who was truly a legend in his own mind. He considered himself to be the best player on the team, and...

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Should the Royals take a chance on Yadier Alvarez?
Mar09

Should the Royals take a chance on Yadier Alvarez?

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Dodgers recently designated pitcher Yadier Alvarez for Assignment. The 23-year old posted a 14.73 era in Triple A Tulsa last season. Yes I know that is a high ERA but when the Royals called up Glenn Sparkman from Omaha he had a 63.00 ERA after returning from the Blue Jay’s organization in the rule 5 draft. Two seasons later Sparkman is a member of the Royals major league roster. Sparkman is just an...

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Royals fall 4-2 to the Brewers
Feb27

Royals fall 4-2 to the Brewers

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Norm Hall/Getty Images Royals played old friend Lorenzo Cain today but were unable to beat him and the Brewers because of a bad 2nd inning and lack of offense. The game was fairly uneventful with all of the Brewers runs coming in the 2nd but there are still some positives from this game even though the Royals didn’t win. As I said earlier the Brewers got all of their runs in the bottom of the 2nd versus...

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Singer shines, offense sputters in 8-0 loss to Cubs
Feb27

Singer shines, offense sputters in 8-0 loss to Cubs

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals lost their second game of their split-squad doubleheader against the Chicago Cubs 8-0 However, they got a good look at what could be the future of the team with strong showings from three of their top pitching prospects. Brady Singer got the start for the Royals and looked every bit as impressive as he was made up to be, getting three groundouts from Cubs stars Kris Bryant, Anthony Rizzo, and Javier...

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Royals beat the White Sox 7-6
Feb26

Royals beat the White Sox 7-6

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Jason Hanna/Royals The Royals were able to win their game versus the White Sox today by a score of 7-6 The Royals had 2 games today this one being the Royals home game in Suprise. The Royals started off slow and Foster Griffin did not have the best outing. The scoring started for the Sox in the top of the 2nd when Andrew Romine drove in Jaycob Brugman on an RBI single. Later that same inning Adam Engel hit a 3...

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Fueled by pitching, McBroom home run, Royals drop Rangers 5-4
Feb25

Fueled by pitching, McBroom home run, Royals drop Rangers 5-4

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals have won consecutive games for the first time in 2020, as they downed the Rangers 5-4 at Surprise Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. The Royals were the visiting team, however, as Texas played their first spring game as the home team. Whit Merrifield led off the game with a wind-aided triple, but was left stranded. This gave way to Jorge Lopez, who started the game, and, simply put, dominated in his 2.2...

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Royals use home runs to slug past Padres, 8-5
Feb24

Royals use home runs to slug past Padres, 8-5

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals’ quest for the Cactus League crowd took a pleasant turn against the Padres, as they won their first game of the spring over San Diego 8-5. Brad Keller was roughed up a bit in his spring debut, as after retiring Padres superstar Fernando Tatis Jr., he allowed back-to-back hits against Josh Naylor (a single) and Manny Machado (a two-run home run), which gave the Padres an early 2-0 lead. He bounced back...

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Royals fall to the Indians 9-5
Feb23

Royals fall to the Indians 9-5

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Jason Hanna/Royals The Royals lose their 2nd spring training game to the Indians by a score of 9-5. There were some positives and negatives including Brady Singer and Jackson Kowar. The pitching had its ups and downs including a 1-2-3 inning with 2 strikeouts. Scott Blewett, who got the start went 2 scoreless with 1 strikeout but didn’t surrender much hard contact. The Royals struck first in the bottom of...

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Royals Lose To The Rangers 5-4 In First Spring Training Game
Feb21

Royals Lose To The Rangers 5-4 In First Spring Training Game

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Royals played their first spring training game today, unfortunately, the Royals couldn’t pull out the win. Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Royals started off early with a Salvador Perez walk and Jorge Soler moonshot which made the game 2-0. Ryan O’Hearn also homered in the bottom of the 6th which was good to see from the player that struggled in 2019. The Royals had the Rangers down 3-0 until Rob Refsnyder...

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Which Players Are In A “Make Or Break” Season.
Feb20

Which Players Are In A “Make Or Break” Season.

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com The Royals will be playing their first game tomorrow and there is lots of competition in camp. There are always players that must prove they belong on a major league roster. Especially for the Royals, many players must prove they belong with the next wave of players coming soon. Here are my picks for players in make or break seasons. Kyle Zimmer Kyle Zimmer the former 5th overall pick in 2012 has struggled to...

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Owner John Sherman and GM Dayton Moore believe the team can compete for championships
Feb19

Owner John Sherman and GM Dayton Moore believe the team can compete for championships

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com As we rapidly approach Spring Training, there is reason to be optimistic. We see the players working out in Suprise, conforming to a new team. As a fan, I’m feeling really confident with this 2020 team. It’s good to see the same feeling carries over to the executive level. At the first full-player workout on Wednesday, new Royals owner John Sherman had this to say this about the team; “This...

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5 Things To Watch In Spring Training
Feb12

5 Things To Watch In Spring Training

Follow @RoyalsBlue_com Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images Spring Training is a fun time of the year for baseball fans it means that the regular season is close. For teams like the Royals, spring training is a very important time of the year. Here are my 5 things to watch in 2020 Royals spring training! 1. First Base Battle Will it be O’Hearn or McBroom? That is one of the biggest questions facing the Royals this spring training. Most...

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