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Spectacular Day at the K for Counting Jerseys

It was a gorgeous Sunday afternoon in Kansas City today. And the best place to be was out at Kauffman Stadium, eating a Sheboygan brat and watching the almost first-place local nine beat the AL East’s top team, the Baltimore … Continue reading

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Miggy Cabrera Shows Respect For Alex Gordon’s Catch

Kansas City left fielder Alex Gordon made an incredible catch in last night’s game against the Detroit Tigers. That’s not news, of course, at least not to Royals’ fans or those who pay attention to things like which players win … Continue reading

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Weapons

The 2016 season is still very young. Yet KC fans have got to be happy. Very happy. The Royals have now completed two series and sit alone atop the division at 4-1. Sure they just wrapped up a three game … Continue reading

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OPENING DAY 2016

Okay, let’s address the obvious. Why no posts since the middle of the World Series? Easy. I had nothing to add. It was obvious that the Royals were a much better team than the Mets and, in my opinion, that … Continue reading

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For KC, These Are The Good Old Days

If you look back into ancient history, say a year or so ago, we fans of the Royals were happy. The team didn’t suck, wasn’t going to lose 100 games and had several genuinely likeable players who also happened to … Continue reading

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Just Who Is This Paulo Orlando?

I’m sure I’m not the only one asking this question and no, for those of you of a certain age group, he’s not Tony’s brother. (Which I think would have made him Dawn’s cousin, but I don’t know—that whole arrangement … Continue reading

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The Royal Dilemma

How do you deal with a hot team, a hot team with no star to focus on stopping, no big name, high cost player? So far, apparently, you don’t. Witness the Royals of Kansas City, still undefeated in the 2014 … Continue reading

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The Royal Line Up

Royals’ fans are, by now, fully aware that scoring runs is a major problem with the team. I’m not saying that I am disappointed or even particularly unhappy in what they have accomplished so far this season–heck, if anything, it … Continue reading

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Eric Hosmer, Man On Fire

To what do you ascribe the protracted late-season relevancy of the Kansas City Royals? (Yes, I realize the Boys in Blue are getting beaten black and blue by Detroit as I type this but I wrote this post this morning.) … Continue reading

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The KC Royals Keep On Rolling

The Royals keep on rolling. With their win Monday night, they crept past Cleveland into second place in the AL Central. Are they lucky? Or are they simply better than they appear on paper? Does it matter? Nope. Results are … Continue reading

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