Topic:  All-Star Game

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“Running it deep” is not allowed in Kauffman Stadium

Pathetic as this post is, more to come tomorrow, as I am writing from the car, in search of the next adventure of the evening.

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Kansas City has the Most Loyal Fans in Baseball + the Weekend 6 Pack

We have seen it all. Well, we have seen a lot. We have seen the bad, in all its depths, deceits, and Desi Relafords. We have endured 100 loss seasons (2002, 2004-2006), managers fleeing the country (Tony Pena in 2004, lest you forget), and even a September collapse (2003). Since the Royals’ lone World Series Keep Reading

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Billy Butler, maybe Jonathan Broxton to Represent Royals in All-Star Game

Billy Butler is the Kansas City Royals’ representative in the 2012 MLB All-Star game, to take place at Kauffman Stadium on July 10. Butler was a player selection of American League All-Star manager, Ron Washington (Texas Rangers). Washington’s seven selections, in conjunction with MLB, included Twins catcher Joe Mauer, Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus and designated Keep Reading

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Real All-Star Teams: American League

Here we will try to pick the 34 best players to fill out each league’s All-Star Roster. Next up is the American League. Players Considered: Let’s start with the position players. Our goal here is to select 20 or so players to fill out the AL roster as well as possible. Catcher – Considered: Matt Wieters, Jarrod Keep Reading

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Real All-Star Teams: National League

Here we will try to pick the 34 best players to fill out each league’s All-Star Roster. First up is the National League. Players Considered: Let’s start with the position players. Our goal here is to select 20 or so players to fill out the NL roster as well as possible. Catcher – Considered: Buster Keep Reading

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The Young Royals Are Not Ready to Win

It is hard to be a Royals fan. For a generation, no Royals team has made a playoff appearance, truly contended, or even retained a perennial All Star. Aside from the fluke 2003 season, the Royals would be approaching, or even owning, the record for most consecutive losing seasons in professional sports. In short, Royals Keep Reading

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Two Royals Already All-Stars: Manager Ned Yost and trainer Nick Kenney

The Kansas City Royals announced today that manager Ned Yost and trainer Nick Kenney have been named to the American League All-Star Team staff. Of course the 2012 All-Star Game will be played in Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium on July 10. Yost joins Oakland Athletics’ manager Bob Melvin on the AL staff, chosen by Texas Keep Reading

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Who deserves to represent the Royals at the All-star game?

With the all-star game being in Kansas City this year, who will represent the Royals? The most obvious choices would be Mike Moustakas, Eric Hosmer or Billy Butler. But, we only have one choice, because it is highly unlikely any Royal will get voted in by other fans meaning we will only get the league Keep Reading

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10 Predictions for the 2012 Royals Organization

What is in store for the Royals in 2012? Well, here are 10 predictions I’m making while trying to remain a realist and not an overly optimistic fan. 10. Mike Montgomery Makes His MLB Debut in July For better or worse, I think this is inevitable. Personally, I think Monty needs another full season of Keep Reading

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Royals sharp looking uniforms get even sharper

Although the 2012 Royals uniforms were revealed months ago, sports uniform obsessor, Paul Lukas of Uni Watch has released his complete 2012 MLB uniform preview. Lukas blames the relatively unnoticed “solid-looking” uniforms on the fact the Royals have been “so bad for so long”. Royals Uniform Preview: A very solid-looking club whose uniforms rarely get the respect Keep Reading

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