A Little Help? (BP Kansas City Episode 18)

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kansascitybaseballvault/2016/07/21/a-little-help-bp-kansas-city-episode-18.mp3 The Royals have opened the second half with a stumble, losing two winnable games in Detroit, then getting hammered in two losses back home against Cleveland. They sit at .500 as of this recording and are nine games out of first. There’s still time, but the Royals are going to have to find some pitching […]

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Can I See Your I.D.? Young Royals Prospects Making Names For Themselves

A couple of times this season I have written how the Royals farm system is down a bit talent wise. That isn’t really shocking, I mean, after all, they traded three stud left-handed pitchers last season and a couple other arms that were decent depth pieces. Combine that trade with the fact that they have been […]


Diamonds in the Rough 7-20-16

3-3 day for the affiliates on Wednesday. HR Roll Call: Balbino Fuenmayor 2 (6), Corey Toups (6), Chris DeVito (6)  BP KC Hitter of the Day – Balbino Fuenmayor 3-4, 2 HR, 3 RBI, 3 RBI BP KC Pitcher of the Day – Jon Dziedzic 5 IP, 3 H, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, […]

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Trade Candidates: The Position Players

Yesterday, I took a look at the starting pitchers on the trade market who the Royals could look to acquire. I think that’s a bigger need than an outfielder or any other position player, but given that they’re reportedly in the market for both, it’s a good idea to take a look at both sides […]


Diamonds in the Rough 7-19-16

A 4-3 record for the affiliates with a few Latin signees with big days at Triple-A and rookie level Idaho Falls. HR Roll Call: Hunter Dozier (18), Raul Mondesi (8), Meibrys Viloris (5), David Edwards (4), Gabriel Cancel (2), Seuly Matias (5), Jose Carabello (3) BP KC Hitter of the Day – Raul Mondesi 3-5, […]


RECAP: Royals 3, Indians 7; Not Tonight

While watching Monday’s game, I was writing the recap in my mind. If you recall, it was a dull and lifeless game. Boring, actually. It vibed a team playing out a string of success, knowing further success was out of reach. Then, the eighth inning happened. Happiness reigned. The funeral was postponed. Or maybe delayed. […]

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