Player Profile: Brandon Moss

Brandon Moss needed a few years to break through. After playing parts of six seasons in Boston, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, his moment coincided with his arrival in Oakland prior to the 2012 season. In three years on the east side of the Bay, Moss posted TAv’s of .335, .328 and .290. His cumulative line with […]

Kansas City Royals

Royals dispatched in disappointing fashion in opener against Cleveland

Friday night’s contest was hard to watch. That’s why I’m posting it at 2 a.m. Frankly, it seems unfair to even recap the events that transpired, because all it served to do was emphasize the gulf—nay, the chasm—separating the Kansas City Royals from the Cleveland Professional Baseball Team. Four Cleveland homers were more than enough—especially […]

Friday Notes

Friday Notes

I first wrote about the Royalcoaster in 2013, but it’s come up more than a few times since then. The Royals have been .500 or better in each of the last four seasons, and in three of the four, they were under .500 at some point after the All-Star break. They went into the 2013 […]