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Lee Judge reviews the Royals off-season


A review of the Kansas City Royals off-season transactions as if written Kansas City cartoonist Lee Judge

Royals Rumored to Use Performance Enhancing Hugs


Royals Rocked by Rumored Use of Performance Enhancing Hugs

Fyodor Tyutchev on the Royals


How did he know?

Trouble in Nedlands


The City of Nedlands in Australia and Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost appear headed for a potentially acrimonious split.

The Kansas City Royals Announce 2013 Slogan


A new year and a new slogan emphasizing a change in organizational direction.

Police Raid Home of "Crazy Utility Player" Guy


"There were utility players everywhere. I've never seen anything like it."

A Nation Turns Its Lonely Eyes to Salvador Perez


With Venezuela facing an uncertain future due to the terminal illness of President Hugo Chavez, native son Salvador Perez is increasingly being viewed as the probable successor.

Jeff Francoeur is All Win, All the Time


Nothing says win like Jeff Francoeur. His influence on the promising young Kansas City Royals team is unmistakable. Francoeur has no bigger defender than Royals General Manager Dayton Moore.


Winning: Its Importance and Reasons for a Lack Thereof; By Dayton Moore

Winning. In baseball it is important. Very important. Some people incorrectly think of me being a "play the game the right way" kind of General Manager who is unconcerned with winning. That is...


Thoughts on the James Shields trade as if written by Kansas City Star Cartoonist Lee Judge

By now everybody has heard about the big trade. The Kansas City Royals acquired pitchers James Shields and Wade Davis for some minor league prospects. The big key to the trade was without a doubt...


Dispatches from 2013

Luke Hochevar Dazzles in Outing AP - April 30, 2013 Is Luke Hochevar finally putting it together? After a rough start to the season which saw Hochevar put together a dismal 0 - 3 record with a...


Thanksgiving Thoughts from Kansas City Royals General Manager Dayton Moore

What a beautiful time of the year this is. There is so much we have to be thankful for. I thought I would give all of you a list of the things that I am thankful for. Yosty - what a tough, gritty...


A Fanpost on possible French military action in Mali written in the style of a Bob Dutton article on the Kansas City Royals

The messy situation in the African country of Mali has taken a surprising turn with France threatening military action to restore order. France has a reputation for military ineptness, but French...


A description of Wil Myers being sent to Omaha following the 2013 Spring Training as adapted from the Fyodor Dostoyevsky novel, The Brothers Karamazov

With Wil Myers as Dmitri Karamazov; Dayton Moore as the jury; David Glass as the president of the court; Jeff Francoeur as Katya Ivanovna; and the Kansas City Royals fans as Grushenka. But the...


Power: It's Importance and Reasons for a Lack Thereof; By Ned Yost

Power. In baseball it is important. Very important. Some people incorrectly think of me being a "small ball" kind of manager. That is unfair. Power is important to me. Rest assured Royals fans, I...


A FanPost in which I, Kansas City Royals General Manager Dayton Moore, Tell You about 2 Dreams I have Recently Had

Being a General Manager can be a very stressful job. Some people think that once the season ends a General Manager can relax. But they only think that way because they do not have all of the facts....


Thoughts on the Ervin Santana trade as if written by Kansas City Star Cartoonist Lee Judge

Big changes brewing: A trade happened yesterday. The Royals acquired Ervin Santana from the Angels for Brandon Sisk and 1 Million dollars. Many Royals fans are excited about the trade and being...


A Brief Reflection on the Passing of Time as Related to Kansas City Royals Playoff Appearances

At the start of the 2013 baseball season it will have been 28 years since the Royals last played in the playoffs. During the 1985 season I was 11 years old. If you had told me then that a team had...


I am Dazzled by the Dazzlingly Dazzling Bright Future of the Kansas City Royals

Of course, 2012 didn't work out so well. But that is in the past, and looking back to the past is only for those people who refused to be dazzled by bright futures. Of course, 2013 will still have...


A Review of the 2012 Kansas City Royals Season as Written in the Style of the Fyodor Dostoyevsky Novel, The Idiot

With Dayton Moore as Prince Myshkin, Jeff Francoeur as Rogozhin, and the 2012 Kansas City Royals as Nastassya Filippovna. Dayton Moore sat down on a chair, and watched him in alarm. Half an hour...


The Inconceivably Devastating Effect of Injuries on the 2012 Kansas City Royals

In the various season reviews of the just completed Royals season, I have not seen a proper accounting for all of the injuries. The Royals had an almost historic run of injuries that decimated the...


Frenchy's report on the Royals

There have been various Royal Season Review posts, but all have had one glaring weakness, and that is a failure to evaluate the lineup from the perspective of Jeff Francoeur. This post corrects...

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