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The following Eric Hosmer video was produced by CrownVision Productions, the Kansas City Royals in-house production team. The concept and edit was done by Royals Production Coordinator Todd Kinsey. It is reproduced here on i70 with the express consent of Mr. Kinsey. (Cover photo courtesy of Minda Haas)
Eric Hosmer – 2011 Royals Highlights from Todd Kinsey on Vimeo.
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Just as quickly as the Kansas City Royals’ minor league system was the best in all of baseball, it wasn’t. That sort of ranking isn’t meant to last, and it really isn’t something you can repeat, nor would you want to.
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The farm system sent a treasure trove of talent Kansas City’s way in 2011, but that meant that the number one ranking from Baseball...
Last week, the Kansas City Royals announced their schedule of promotions and giveaways for 2012. Items like a George Brett Mini Pine Tar Bat, a Royals All-Star Garden Gnome and a Buck O’Neil bobblehead are fantastic giveaways. What Royals fan doesn’t want a Royals Garden Gnome?
However, I can’t help but think the Royals are missing out on some great promotions for their long...
While most of LoMo’s video spots on the MLB Network generally have been pretty stupid, this one is actually pretty funny. Plus, he incorporates Eric Hosmer into his act to pull off the Step Brothers-like dual interview.
However, I’ll be pretty disappointed if LoMo-ing suddenly takes America by storm.
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ROYALS INVITE 16 TO MAJOR LEAGUE SPRING TRAINING
KANSAS CITY, MO (January 25, 2012) — The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has invited 16 players to Major League Spring Training in Surprise, Ariz. The Royals have invited seven pitchers, three catchers, three infielders and three outfielders.
Francisley Bueno, 30, made 15 starts last season for...
Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer recently appeared on MLB Network's "Intentional Talk" and shared a photo from his, um, awkward years.
Our friend Minda Haas was able to catch up with the Kansas City Royals Caravan in Omaha last week.
Minda took some great photos and wanted to share them with the fans of i70baseball.
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Get ready Royals fans. The losing tradition that has followed Kansas City Royals baseball since the late 80’s is about to become extinct. Over the years, fans have lost faith
The Reds have signed free-agent LHP Jeff Francis to a minor league deal, Jon Heyman of CBSSports reported on Twitter.
Last week, Jerry Crasnick of ESPN said the Mets, Reds, Blue Jays and Mariners had been “keeping tabs” on Francis.
Francis, 31, went 6-16 with a 4.82 ERA in 183 innings during 31 starts for the Royals last season. Although he gave up 224 hits, he allowed just...
The Reds addressed their need for starting pitching depth tonight, as John Hayman reports that the Reds have signed starting pitcher Jeff Francis to a minor league deal. Zack Links at MLBTR provides some basic info about Francis’ 2011 season.
Francis spent 2011 with the Royals, posting a 4.82 ERA with 4.5 K/9 and 1.9 BB/9 across 31 starts. His 183 innings of work was his highest...
Sports Illustrated's Joe Posnanski is in a tough spot. He's a gifted writer and by all appearances a decent guy. His decency is his defining characteristic; he grew up rooting for doomed Cleveland teams and covered the worthless Kansas City Royals, but he never gave in to the urge to be a hatchet man. If Posnanski sometimes scores his work...
Looking to supplement their rotation with extra depth, the Reds reached a Minor League deal late Wednesday with left-handed pitcher Jeff Francis.
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