Topic:  Mike Moustakas

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Hope for the Royals in 2013 (no, seriously)

Spring Training is here!!!  Royals pitchers and catchers have reported and the rest of the squad is due in late this week.  As they say in Major League Baseball, hope springs eternal.  Every team has a chance for hope-even if they lost 100 games the previous season.  There are constant examples of worst to first Keep Reading

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Royals: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

To think, 4 months ago; press, radio hosts etc. were deeming the Royals to have, if not a .500 season, then very close. Now 98 games into the season the Royals are 16 games below .500 and are showing no signs of getting any closer. Coming into the 2012 season high hopes were there for Keep Reading

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Royals Home Runs Through 95 Games: Butler back on 30+ HR pace

It has been quite a while (36 games) since we last checked in on the home run paces of the members of the Kansas City Royals offense. The offensive power has been interesting and the paces have jumped back up a bit, but the question Royals fans always find themselves asking – Will Steve Balboni’s Keep Reading

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Is Ned Yost Giving the Royals the Best Chance to Win?

There is something strange going on inside of Kauffman Stadium. The Royals haven’t played great baseball this year and the biggest concern coming into the season was starting pitching. Yet surprisingly, the Royals have been saved by their pitching staff recently and doomed by their lack of offense. I am an avid listener of some local Keep Reading

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Royals Home Runs Through 59 Games: 5 Team HRs in Two Weeks

It has been two weeks since our last check-in on the Kansas City Royals’ home run paces… As you can guess from the title… Not much has happened. The Royals as a team have hit five home runs in the last two weeks. No Royals player is on pace to match Steve Balboni’s 1985 total Keep Reading

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Royals Home Runs Through 49 Games: Billy Butler back on Record Tying Pace

Billy Butler has hit 5 home runs in his last 15 games, bringing his season total to 11, putting him back on pace to tie Steve Balboni’s 1985 record of 36. Last time we checked in, at 34 games, no Kansas City Royals hitters was on record pace. Butler’s power explosion (for a Royals hitter) 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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Moose, Hos and Hoch: a few musings about the first 29 games.

29 games are done. The Royals are 10-19. Did we expect them to be a little better record-wise? Of course! Are we surprised? Not a chance. A brutal 12 game losing streak left fans, players and coaches downtrodden early on in what many already call another lost season. On the bright side, the Royals are Keep Reading

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“The Moose is Loose” T-Shirt Giveaway Contest

Remember the awesome Mike Moustakas, “The Moose is Loose” t-shirt I got last month? Well, now Crown Crazed is giving you a chance to win one of your own! Simply enter the contest with your name and email address. Then, share the personal link we provide you to share with your friends, family, on your Keep Reading

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Kansas City’s Offense On A Hot Streak

In the last five games the Royals have scored more than 3 runs every game. That is very promising news for a team that’s offense was very slow in the month of April. Last nights game against the New York Yankees, Alex Gordon had one of his best games of the season, getting 4 hits, Keep Reading

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