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Royals Review Jun 29, 2022
Game seventy-four: Texas Rangers at Kansas City Royals

Game seventy-four: Texas Rangers at Kansas City Royals

Peter Aiken-USA TODAY Sports Texas goes for the sweep Kansas City will take on Texas today, looking to avoid the sweep by salvaging the last game of this homestand. Following their first winning road trip of the season, the Royals have put together a lousy homestand, dropping four of five so far against Oakland and Texas. They have been outscored 33-20 in those five games. Zack Greinke draws the start for Kansas City. In his return from the IL against Oakland last Friday, he tossed six innings of one-run ball. That was his best start since May 2 in St. Louis. Dane...
Call to the Pen Jun 27, 2022

Kansas City Royals: Zack Greinke entertains himself at fan’s expense

There has not been much to find enjoyment about when it comes to the Kansas City Royals. That has left Zack Greinke to find his own way to entertain himself at the ballpark. One such moment happened on Sunday. Greinke allegedly approached a fan as though he was going to sign a baseball, but instead […] Kansas City Royals: Zack Greinke entertains himself at fan’s expense - Call to the Pen - Call to the Pen - A Major League Baseball Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Royals Review Jun 24, 2022
Return of the Kings: Greinke and Olivares shine in 3-1 win over Oakland

Return of the Kings: Greinke and Olivares shine in 3-1 win over Oakland

Peter Aiken-USA TODAY Sports Edward Olivares homers twice in his first game back. Zack Greinke and Edward Olivares were the stars of the show in the their first appearances since coming off the Injured List as the Royals topped the Athletics in the series opener 3-1 on Friday night. Greinke, who had missed nearly a month with a flexor strain, tossed six innings, allowing just three hits and one run with four strikeouts and no walks. He retired the first nine hitters he faced and threw a first-pitch strike to 17 of the 21 batters he faced. Edward Olivares, who missed...
Kings of Kauffman Jun 11, 2022

KC Royals: Brad Keller needs to be better Sunday

Brad Keller’s first few starts for the KC Royals this season suggested he was the club’s best starter, even better than veteran Zack Greinke who, despite not getting any wins, was as stingy with runs with opponents as they were with his teammates. I’ve praised Keller before and even proclaimed him to be the team’s […] KC Royals: Brad Keller needs to be better Sunday - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - KC Royals News, Rumors, and Fan Community
Royals Review Jun 8, 2022
The Royals can control the trade deadline

The Royals can control the trade deadline

Nick Wosika-USA TODAY Sports For as bad as the Royals are, the team has a lot of pieces it can trade before August 2nd The 2022 season has not gone according to plan for the Kansas City Royals. The Royals signaled its plans to compete by signing starting pitcher Zack Greinke in the offseason and debuting the team’s top prospect, shortstop Bobby Witt Jr., on Opening Day. As recently as a couple of weeks ago, the Royals’ general manager, J.J. Picollo*, stated that the Royals were still in it. *GMJJP doesn’t have the same ring to it as GMDM. Unfortunately, the...

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