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KC Kingdom 2 hours ago

KC Chiefs: Four remaining free agents who could help in 2020

The KC Chiefs haven’t had a huge start to free agency and that’s okay. Here are some names they can still add to make a splash. The Kansas City Chiefs have had a rather quiet start to free agency and I wrote here why that is a smart decision for the franchise. Even though the Chiefs […] KC Chiefs: Four remaining free agents who could help in 2020 - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More

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Kings of Kauffman 5 hours ago

Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 22, Alec Marsh

  Alec Marsh flies under the radars of many, but the KC Royals’ pitching prospect may soar up the rankings with another solid performance in 2020. Brief aside: I was a student at Arizona State University for a year. Studying at the prestigious Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication in Phoenix was an […] Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 22, Alec Marsh - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
KC Kingdom 11 hours ago

Watch Patrick Mahomes work out, knee looks great for Kansas City Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes, the MVP quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, is spending some of his down time staying in shape. It may be the offseason for the Kansas City Chiefs but their start quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, is staying in tip-top shape with a brutal workout routine. Mahomes posted some footage of his workouts and his […] Watch Patrick Mahomes work out, knee looks great for Kansas City Chiefs - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
Kings of Kauffman 12 hours ago

Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 12 Nick Pratto

This KC Royals prospect saw some struggles during the 2019 season, and will hopefully be able to turn things around in 2020. Welcome back to the Kings of Kauffman “Projecting the Prospects” series for 2020. We’ll be reviewing each of the KC Royals organization’s top 30 prospects and projecting the best, worst, and most likely […] Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 12 Nick Pratto - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Royals Review 12 hours ago
Weekend Rumblings - News for March 28, 2020

Weekend Rumblings - News for March 28, 2020

Photo by: ARTERRA/Universal Images Group via What Royals game do you want to re-watch? Weekend Rumblings - News for March 28, 2020 Sam Mellinger has his list of top 56 games to watch you can watch right now, and no surprise what is at #1. 1. Sept. 30, 2014: AL Wild Card Game, Royals beat A’s 9-8 (12 innings). These rankings are inherently subjective, but you’ll never convince me I’m wrong about this. There was no trophy on the line, but in the moment I swear it felt even bigger than a championship. The Royals, of course, came back from 7-3 down in the eighth inning. They fell...
KC Kingdom 13 hours ago

Kansas City Chiefs Rewatch: 2009 week ten vs Raiders

The Kansas City Chiefs had just one win nine weeks into the 2009 season. Would they be able to capture win number two against the Oakland Raiders? As we continue to hope the curve flattens, I’ll watch a Kansas City Chiefs game from 2009 and discuss what I witnessed. The latest rewatch was the second […] Kansas City Chiefs Rewatch: 2009 week ten vs Raiders - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
KC Kingdom Mar 27, 2020

Kansas City Royals: Top Second Basemen In Franchise History

In fifty years, the Kansas City Royals have produced just one true star at second base, but another may be approaching that status. The Kansas City Royals first took the field in 1969, and in that time, they have had many terrific players, but really, only one star at second base. Early on in franchise […] Kansas City Royals: Top Second Basemen In Franchise History - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
Kings of Kauffman Mar 27, 2020

Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 14, Seuly Matias

  The KC Royals have several prospects with unique physical traits. Seuly Matias is one of them, and it’ll be on him to put it all together in 2020. Talent evaluation is one of the most important and fundamental parts of any sport. Baseball is no different and for players like KC Royals outfield prospect […] Projecting KC Royals prospects: No. 14, Seuly Matias - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Kings of Kauffman Mar 27, 2020

KC Royals’ team pitcher of the year predictions

While the KC Royals season hasn’t started yet, it’s good to take a look and see where the team stands, including who will succeed by the end of the season. It’s still unknown when the KC Royals will finally get to start playing again at Kauffman Stadium, but it’s important to continue looking into the […] KC Royals’ team pitcher of the year predictions - Kings of Kauffman - Kings of Kauffman - A Kansas City Royals Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Royals Review Mar 27, 2020
The most beloved Royals of all-time - Howser bracket

The most beloved Royals of all-time - Howser bracket

Photo by Bruce Bennett Studios via Studios/ Remember the 80s? There is no college basketball, but we still have brackets! We’re stacking up the best Royals of all-time in a 64-man bracket, and picking the most beloved players to advance. We divided the players into four eras - the Herzog bracket (1969-1980), the Howser bracket (1981-1994), the Muser bracket (1995-2010), and the Yost bracket (2011-2019). You can vote on the Herzog bracket here. Now, we vote on the Howser bracket. Remember, you are voting for who is your FAVORITE Royals player, not necessarily who was...
KC Kingdom Mar 27, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs are being smart about free agency

Kansas City Chiefs fans, we all need to take a collective breath. As defending Super Bowl champs, we are in uncharted territory here. I know we all started refreshing our feeds as soon as free agency opened up, but the Kansas City Chiefs‘ lack of big moves in the early stages is actually the smartest […] Kansas City Chiefs are being smart about free agency - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
KC Kingdom Mar 27, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs: John Lovett could play role in 2020 offense

The Kansas City Chiefs scooped up John Lovett of Princeton after the 2019 NFL Draft and while he didn’t play a single snap during the course of the regular season, he could be a bigger part of the offense in 2020. A name that Kansas City Chiefs fans were excited about last summer was John Lovett, […] Kansas City Chiefs: John Lovett could play role in 2020 offense - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
KC Kingdom Mar 27, 2020

Kansas City Chiefs Rewatch: 2009 week nine vs Jaguars

After a bye in week eight, the Kansas City Chiefs hoped to start anew from week nine on. They’d try to get the ball rolling against the Jacksonville Jaguars. While we’re all staying in our homes and flattening the curve, I’ve taken the time to rewatch a game from the 2009 Kansas City Chiefs season. […] Kansas City Chiefs Rewatch: 2009 week nine vs Jaguars - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
KC Kingdom Mar 27, 2020

KC Royals News: 2020 season should have been underway

KC Royals news is about how teams should have played one game already in 2020, but due to the season being delayed, who knows when we will have Major League Baseball again? Kansas City Royals fans had March 26th marked on their calendars since the 2020 season schedule had been announced months ago. Unfortunately Opening Day was […] KC Royals News: 2020 season should have been underway - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
Royals Review Mar 27, 2020
Royals Rumblings - News for March 27, 2020

Royals Rumblings - News for March 27, 2020

Opening Day 2004! | Photo by Dave Kaup/ I miss baseball Vahe Gregorian catches up with Denny Matthews and talks Opening Day: Opening day might mean something different to everyone … and perhaps something similar to everybody. To Matthews, it beckons him to April 8, 1969. In their inaugural game at Municipal Stadium, the Royals beat the Twins 4-3 in 12 innings as the 25-year-old Matthews made his major league debut at the side of mentor Buddy Blattner. Meanwhile, new Royals owner John Sherman talked to Dave Skretta of the Associated Press: “We wish that we were playing baseball...

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