Alec Marsh flies under the radars of many, but the KC Royals’ pitching prospect may soar up the rankings with another solid performance in 2020. Brief aside: I was a student at Arizona State University for a year.
Baseball is expected to start a shortened season with 29-man rosters. Who might the 29 KC Royals be? Ongoing negotiations between the Major League Baseball Players Association and Major League Baseball concerning the 2020 season are bearing fruit.
This KC Royals prospect saw some struggles during the 2019 season, and will hopefully be able to turn things around in 2020. Welcome back to the Kings of Kauffman “Projecting the Prospects” series for 2020.
The KC Royals have several prospects with unique physical traits. Seuly Matias is one of them, and it’ll be on him to put it all together in 2020. Talent evaluation is one of the most important and fundamental parts of any sport.
Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios via Getty Images Studios/Getty Images Remember the 80s? There is no college basketball, but we still have brackets! We’re stacking up the best Royals of all-time in a 64-man bracket, and picking the most beloved players to advance.
The KC Royals may have struggled a bit in past years, but have no doubt, they have had plenty of players who could come up with hits. The KC Royals are always an interesting organization to pay attention to.
Photo by William Purnell/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images I miss baseball. Today should be the happiest day for baseball fans. Groundskeepers should be preparing fields, ushers should be wiping seats, ballplayers should be stretching, and managers should be filling out lineups.
A combination of speed and power makes this University of Alabama-Birmingham star a duel threat that is hard for KC Royals fans to ignore. Welcome back to the Kings of Kauffman “Projecting the Prospects” series. For each KC Royals’ top 30 prospects, we review the best, worst, and most likely scenarios.
Today, the Kansas City Royals announced an important community initiative, “Royals Respond,” created to offer support during the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by staff throughout the front office, the effort will offer resources to the community, helpful information and entertaining content for those who miss baseball.
This is the week the KC Royals were to open their 2020 season. Like so many other things, however, baseball stands still and uncertainties abound. Here are KC Royals Midweek Musings for the day before the major league season was to have started.
Photo by Keith Gillett/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Walk it off. We took a trip through memory lane to remember the walk-off home runs from 2010-2013, the pre-pennant years when baby-faced Salvador Perez, Eric Hosmer, and Mike Moustakas were still learning how to win from Professors Jeff Francoeur and James Shields.
Some KC Royals are doing their part to spread awareness for the importance of washing your hands, and they are looking good doing it. With baseball on hold for the time being, KC Royals baseball news is a bit difficult to come by.
Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images Ding dong, the game is over. The decade ended a few months ago, but I never even got a chance to look back on all the wonderful walk-off home run from the last ten years.