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Royaling

Your home for Royals recap,, rants, news, and fantastic stories about our beloved Boys in Blue.
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Articles : 155
Since : 04/03/2014
Category : Sports

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ANNOUNCEMENT

At the beginning of the year, I told you all that I was starting a podcast with a guy named Michael Avossa. Tonight was going to be our first show, but due to some technical difficulties, we are pushing it back one week. This brings me to my second point: I told you that all of you would have plenty of advanced warning, so here it is: Our podcast,

Covering the Bases: AL Picks and More!

First of all: I’m very sorry for the delay. Things have come up that needed to be dealt with, but everything is squared away. We will also do our best in getting the technical difficulties worked out. Here lies the very first episode of Covering the Bases: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jp3tp66AxMs On this week’s show, Michael, my co-host, and

Royals Roll to an Easy Opening Day Victory

Yes, it was cold. Yes, it was also wet. Yes, the sun didn’t make an appearance until the game’s conclusion. None of that matters though. Opening Day, rain or shine, is a good time for everyone even if you didn’t make it out to the ballpark. The Royals decided that they would change things up this year. Aside from batting Mike Moustakas second
Royals Cruise as They Down Mariners 5-1

Royals Cruise as They Down Mariners 5-1

This was the second of four spring games airing on FSKC. With a little over one week until kicking off the regular season, Kansas City (14-9) and Seattle (10-12), a potential playoff match-up, look to fine-tune their skills in order to get off on the right foot this season. Opening Day starter, Yordano Ventura, took the hill for the Royals today. V

New Writing Announcements

I come with announcements. As you know, MLB is about to be in full swing within the next month. Naturally, that means that I will be too! I have some new things in store for my loyal readers, and I can’t wait to see what you all think. At the end of 2014, a thought popped up in my head. I knew that I didn’t want everyone to read my words, but I
Royals Come back, Beat Arizona 10-5

Royals Come back, Beat Arizona 10-5

Another good matchup aired on FSKC. Though our broadcasters were not on today, baseball was still shown, and we all should have been blessed. Kansas City came into the day looking to win their third straight spring contest. Danny Duffy, the Royals number two starter, was on the bump for today’s game. Duffy came into today with a 4.05 ERA in four

First Game Recap of the Year! WOOT!

With Opening Day less than two weeks away, the Royals aired their first of four Spring Training games on Wednesday in efforts to prepare for the regular season. The Boys in Blue come in at 13-8, which is good enough for second in the Cactus League standings. They face American League Central foe, the Chicago White Sox, who are just 7-11, and not sh
My Take On Aaron Crow's Comments

My Take On Aaron Crow's Comments

On Thursday November 13, Royals reliever Aaron Crow spent some time at a food shelter to help improve the lives of the homeless along with a few other Royals. To you guys, thank you for bettering our community. To Aaron Crow: What gives, dude? As many of you know, Aaron Crow pitched for the Royals during the regular season, was left off of the post

RECAP: Royals Undefeated So Far This Spring

Kansas City has gotten off to a hot start in Surprise, Arizona. Though the games don’t count, it’s nice to see a competitive mentality so early in the year. Fans can only hope that it translates to the regular season after the spring games are done. Royals at Rangers (Wednesday March 4, 2015): Royals 13, Rangers 2 To kick things off, the Royals
MLB's New Pace-Of-Play Rules

MLB's New Pace-Of-Play Rules

It was announced on Friday that Major League Baseball would be making a few changes to the game for this upcoming season regarding pace-of-play. Last year, Bud Selig implemented the replay rule, and one would surmise that these changes were made in effort to balance out the time lost when reviewing a manager challenge. In 2014, each game averaged t