Reading Time: 2 minutesAs we enter the new 2021 MLB season, the Kansas City Royals will begin with a feeling of familiarity. Actually, almost a sense of ‘déjà vu.’ BetMGM’s betting line has the Royals’ projected record at 73-89 (.450 win %), after finishing last year at 26-34 (.371 win %), giving them their 5th straight losing season following their 2015 World Series win. The Royals have been flat out bad. Some years they can’t seem to find the ball even if the fate of the world depended on it. Other years, it’s the rotation or bullpen. Some are...Read More
Reading Time: 2 minutesAs another season starts off predictably horrid, Kansas City Royals fans know this feeling all too well. After waiting nearly 30 years between playoff appearances from 1985-2014, the successes of 2015 don’t have to mean a playoff drought until 2035. These are three things that the Royals need to do in order to avoid a repeated fate. Keep drafting pitchers The Royals are in desperate need for pitching. With Raul Mondesi, Nicky Lopez, and a slew of young players around the diamond, they don’t have much potential or promise on the mound outside of Brady Singer...Read More
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