The KC Royals have struggled with an inconsistent bullpen since their World Series win. Now, new management is trying to get things back on track. The KC Royals have looked to be on the right track in some areas for the past few seasons.
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images The Royals are running short on catchers The Royals have placed catcher Meibrys Viloria and non-roster infielder Matt Reynolds on the Injured List, and have added catchers Freddy Fermin and Allan de San Miguel to the 60-man club pool, according to Alec Lewis of The Athletic.
Things are ramping up in the world of baseball as the 2020 schedules have been announced for the KC Royals and the rest of the MLB. KC Royals fans everywhere are likely getting more and more excited by the pictures and videos posted across the team’s social media.
Photo by Nick Tre. Smith/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images The home opener is July 31 against the White Sox. The Royals will begin the season on July 24 in Cleveland at 6:10 CT, according to the revised 60-game 2020 MLB season was revealed Monday evening.
The 2020 season is getting close for the KC Royals but fans can still catch a few playback games leading up to opening day. The 2020 season is drawing closer and closer and it won’t be long before KC Royals fans are able to finally see some live baseball.
The KC Royals, like all MLB teams, have to ensure their players are healthy and safe as they prepare for their upcoming 2020 season. Safety is the new name of the game in the MLB and across the world in general.
Kuntz will not travel with the team due to concerns about the coronavirus The Royals announced first base coach Rusty Kuntz will not join the team, due to concerns over the coronavirus, and will be replaced by Damon Hollins.
The KC Royals have an immensely popular outfielder who plays superb defense. But he hasn’t proven he can hit. Is his glove enough? Because it is about Brett Phillips, this is a story of carefully chosen words.