KANSAS CITY, MO - The good news is that Royals right-hander Jeremy Guthrie seems to have righted his career after the nightmarish experience of pitching in Colorado.
The bad news is that Guthrie has been so good lately flirting with a no-hitter in his last start and pitching 22 23 straight innings without allowing an earned run that he may be pitching himself right out of the Kansas City market.
Guthrie is making 8.2 million this season, and if he continues to pitch this well in September, he'll have a lot more suitors in the free-agency market than just the Royals.
And any offers, especially if they come from the big boys in New York or Boston or Texas, could dwarf what the small-market Royals can muster up.
Of course, the first question is whether or not the Royals will even get involved in the bidding.
Royals general manager Dayton Moore said that decision is part of the ongoing evaluation of Guthrie.
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