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A show featuring analysis, opinion, and stories about Kansas City baseball: past, present, and future. Our focus is usually on the Royals, but we'll also discuss the Monarchs, the KC A's, and other teams in Kansas City's history.

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The Royals lost every game since our last episode. Some by blowout, some by blown save. Shaky offense, shaky bullpen, and not enough starting pitching. It's rough. Is there help on the way? Well, things can probably only get better,... more

Alex Gordon will miss some time with a torn labrum in his hip, and while he hasn't been hitting this season so far, it still injects more uncertainty into the Royals lineup. Meanwhile, Salvador Perez might be closer than we expected... more

Despite the weather, the Royals actually managed to get a couple games in during the first week of the MLB season. Now, the results? Not that great. We discussed the meaning of early-season stats - that is, that there isn't much... more

That was a long offseason, and finally, after all the contract talks, trades, and other nonsense...the 2018 season begins. Of course, the Royals just learned that they'll be without Salvador Perez after a torn MCL. The initial timeline is 4 to 6... more

It's time for our 4th Annual Over/Under Extravaganza And Pancake Luncheon. After covering some of the roster news, Jeff and Mike call out some numbers and discuss whether they think certain Royals will end up over or under that mark.... more

While the Royals cut down the roster at big league camp, Jorge Bonifacio got suspended and will miss half the season. Bonifacio's suspension impacts playing time for a number of Royals we figure will be on the opening day roster, and we... more

The prevailing idea in baseball lately is that when your contending window closes, you carve it up and lose for a few years, but I guess nobody told Dayton Moore that. A week after signing Lucas Duda to a one-year deal, the Royals signed... more

In an effort to fill the gap left by Eric Hosmer, the Royals signed Lucas Duda to a one-year deal to play first base. But wait, what about Hunter Dozier? We cover Duda's deal and Dozier's fate, as well as taking a big picture look at the roster... more

Well Eric Hosmer has made it official and his signing with the San Diego Padres moves the Royals into a true period of transition. We discussed his new contract and how it works for him and how the Royals come away with pretty good... more

Pitchers and catchers report next week and many of the top free agents are still on the market. We discussed the pattern of skyrocketing salaries over the last decade and the stalemate we're watching now, and what the future fallout might... more

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