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Royals Review Oct 16, 2019
2019 Season in Review: The best games of the year

2019 Season in Review: The best games of the year

Photo by Ed Zurga/ The Royals only won 58 games this year, so we really have to cherish each victory. But some wins stood out better than others. Let’s continue our review of the season by looking at the best games of the year. March 28 - Opening Day against the White Sox For one day, the Royals were in first place! Everything went right on Opening Day. Brad Keller was outstanding, tossing seven shutout innings, allowing just two hits and showing his rookie season was no fluke. Adalberto Mondesi showed how speed could be an asset, hitting a triple in the fourth, and scoring on an Alex...
Kings of Kauffman Oct 15, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Nicky Lopez’s September provides optimism for 2020

Despite dealing with a hand injury during the final month of the season, Nicky Lopez showed remarkable improvement for the Kansas City Royals. In his first full season in the big leagues, Nicky Lopez played sparingly but saw more time in the absences of Adalberto Mondesi who went down twice with a dislocated shoulder. Mondesi […] Kansas City Royals: Nicky Lopez’s September provides optimism for 2020 - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Royals Review Oct 7, 2019
2019 Season in Review: The best defensive plays

2019 Season in Review: The best defensive plays

Photo by Ron Vesely/MLB Photos via Love the glove. The Royals have made their reputation on defense over the years, and while 2019 wasn’t a banner year, the boys in blue could still pick it on occasion. Here are the top defensive players of 2019. May 23 Mondesi ranges to his right Adalberto Mondesi may very well have been the most valuable defensive player on the Royals this year, so it is no surprise he shows up on this list. In a game against the Cardinals in May, Mondesi showed off his unique blend of range and arm to get Jedd Gyorko in St. Louis. May 25 Billy Hamilton finds the...
Kings of Kauffman Oct 5, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Mondesi has successful shoulder surgery

Adalberto Mondesi dislocated his shoulder for the second time this year. The Kansas City Royals shortstop had successful surgery on Wednesday. On September 22, Kansas City Royals fans held their breath for the second time in roughly two months after Adalberto Mondesi dove to stop a ball, got up to throw, but went back down. […] Kansas City Royals: Mondesi has successful shoulder surgery - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
KC Kingdom Sep 30, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Most surprising players from 2019 season

The Kansas City Royals’ 2019 season has come to a close. Who were the most pleasant surprises for the Royals during another 100 loss season? Kansas City Royals fans expected guys like Whit Merrifield and Adalberto Mondesi to perform well, but who were some players who shocked all of us (in a good way) with […] Kansas City Royals: Most surprising players from 2019 season - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
Kings of Kauffman Sep 27, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Impact of Mondesi’s injury has on Lopez and Whit

The Kansas City Royals shortstop will need a recovery time of 5-6 months. Here’s how that impacts both Nicky Lopez and Whit Merrifield. For the second time in two months, Adalberto Mondesi injured his left shoulder. The second occurrence determined that the Kansas City Royals shortstop would require surgery and a recovery time of 5-6 […] Kansas City Royals: Impact of Mondesi’s injury has on Lopez and Whit - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Call to the Pen Sep 26, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Adalberto Mondesi surgery perfectly timed

Kansas City Royals shortstop Adalberto Mondesi will undergo shoulder surgery, but it may be happening at the right time. It was certainly disheartening for the Kansas City Royals when their talented shortstop, Adalberto Mondesi, left their September 22nd contest with a shoulder injury. He had recently returned from a lengthy stint on the Injured List […] Kansas City Royals: Adalberto Mondesi surgery perfectly timed - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Royals Review Sep 26, 2019
Royals Rumblings - News for September 26, 2019

Royals Rumblings - News for September 26, 2019

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Could Pedro Grifol be the next Royals skipper? Royals Rumblings - News for September 26, 2019 Jeffrey Flanagan writes more on the news that Adalberto Mondesi will have shoulder surgery. When Mondesi originally sustained the injury, he was aware he had the option of rehab or surgery, but he chose rehab in the hopes of playing again this season. Royals manager Ned Yost said he thought surgery would be inevitable after the original injury. “This is really the best-case scenario,” Yost said. “I didn’t think this was unavoidable. So it is better that it...
Royals Review Sep 25, 2019
Adalberto Mondesi to get shoulder surgery, will miss 5-6 months

Adalberto Mondesi to get shoulder surgery, will miss 5-6 months

Photo by Sam Wasson/ The Royals hope to have the shortstop back for Opening Day The Royals announced that shortstop Adalberto Mondesi will undergo lefty shoulder surgery that will keep him from baseball activties for five to six months. The club hopes he can make a return by Opening Day of 2020. Royals trainer Nick Kenney says Adalberto Mondesi will undergo left-shoulder surgery likely next week. Surgeon is TBD. Recover time 5-6 months, hope is for him to be back Opening Day 2020.— Alec Lewis (@alec_lewis) September 25, 2019 Mondesi initially injured his left shoulder diving for...
Royals Review Sep 24, 2019
Royals Review Radio: The farewell Ned episode

Royals Review Radio: The farewell Ned episode

We look back at the legacy of Ned. It is time for Ned Yost to go huntin’ with Jeff Foxworthy in Georgia for good. The long-time Royals skipper announced his retirement this week. Max Rieper, Craig Brown, Shaun Newkirk, and Matthew LaMar gather to remember Ned’s legacy in Kansas City. Other topics we discuss include: Should we be concerned if Mike Matheny replaces Ned as manager? Who else could replace Ned Yost? Are the Royals behind the curve on analytics? Danny Duffy’s brave battle with anxiety and depression. Should Adalberto Mondesi have even played in September? Here are links...
Kings of Kauffman Sep 22, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Adalberto Mondesi leaves game with shoulder injury

Adalberto Mondesi had to leave Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury. The Kansas City Royals shortstop missed over a month with the same injury in July. As if the 2019 season for the Kansas City Royals couldn’t get any worse, they saw one of their core pieces leave Sunday’s game with a shoulder injury. The […] Kansas City Royals: Adalberto Mondesi leaves game with shoulder injury - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Kings of Kauffman Sep 21, 2019

Kansas City Royals: Mondesi collects 40th steal in loss to Twins

The 2019 season has not gone as planned for the Kansas City Royals but Adalberto Mondesi achieved a milestone in the loss to the Twins. Another day, another milestone. Unfortunately, it was also another loss for the Kansas City Royals. In the last month or so, the team has seen Jorge Soler break the single-season […] Kansas City Royals: Mondesi collects 40th steal in loss to Twins - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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