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The DH and a Glance at Dayton Moore’s Offseason Record (BP KC Episode 34)

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/kansascitybaseballvault/2016/11/17/the-dh-and-a-glance-at-dayton-moores-offseason-record-bp-kc-episode-34.mp3 Since Kendrys Morales signed with Toronto, we talked about how the Royals might fill the DH spot and if they can find the same production by rotating the players they have now…or if they need to go to the market to find a DH. We also talked about some prospect rankings, Dayton Moore’s first […]

Friday Notes

Friday Notes

You know, in a way I don’t want the baseball season to end because I obviously love baseball. I wouldn’t be writing here and on Twitter and all that talking baseball if I didn’t. I’d be in favor of a 45-game World Series this season just to keep the game rolling for as long as […]

MLB: Spring Training-Kansas City Royals at Oakland Athletics

U.L.’s Toothpick: Steve Balboni’s Record, And The Players Who Almost Broke It

If you’re reading this, you probably know that Steve Balboni still holds the Royals’ single-season home run mark with 36, set back in 1985. Even though we all know Kauffman Stadium isn’t a homer-friendly park, it’s still kind of funny that the record has stood for more than 30 years and yet is rather low. […]

Brett Eibner

Royals Have Options – and Some Time – Before Turning to Trade Targets

It’s been a tough week in Kansas City. On Monday, we learned Alex Gordon was headed to the disabled list for a few weeks with a broken bone in his wrist. On Wednesday, the Royals lost to the Twins. And yesterday, Mike Moustakas went to the disabled list with a torn ACL stemming from his […]