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Royals Review Jun 20, 2018
A blueprint is already set for one of the Royals most valuable trade pieces

A blueprint is already set for one of the Royals most valuable trade pieces

The New York Yankees laid the groundwork for the Royals to get a nice return on their super-utility man. The Kansas City Royals have finally begun the fire sale that we all knew was coming. Jon Jay and Kelvin Herrera are gone, and you can bet that teams are calling to check in on several other Royals players as well. One of the names that teams will target will be 2B/1B/CF/LF/RF and 2017 AL stolen base leader Whit Merrifield. Whit Merrifield has become a fan favorite in Kansas City and it’s really no secret why. He’s currently slashing .293/.370/.421/.791 with 15 SB and a 118 wRC+ in...
KC Kingdom Jun 20, 2018

Kansas City Royals: Kelvin Herrera trade different kind of feeling for fans

The Kansas City Royals traded closer Kelvin Herrera on Monday evening and it was a move we all expected to happen sooner rather than later. This trade, however, isn’t like the other ones. Once it was clear that the Kansas City Royals weren’t going to be very good this season, fans knew a fire sale […] Kansas City Royals: Kelvin Herrera trade different kind of feeling for fans - KC Kingdom - KC Kingdom - Royals, Chiefs, Jayhawks, Kansas State, Mizzou & More
Royals Review Jun 19, 2018
Who should close for the Royals now?

Who should close for the Royals now?

Kelvin Herrera is gone, which officially marks the end of the “HDH” era. For years, Royals fans have been used to a dominant bullpen that shut the door with any kind of lead late in the game. HDH. Dominance. pic.twitter.com/bQ0fbCtAfd— Royals Review (@royalsreview) June 19, 2018 But those days are over. Ned Yost must now manage without a safety net, without the comforting feeling of knowing he can point to the pen and bring in someone nasty who straight up shoots plumes of fire out of his arm. Instead he must gaze out into the bullpen upon some pretty unfamiliar faces, spin the...

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