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Omaha Royals are now the Omaha Storm Chasers

Their website seems to be down, but Omaha Storm Chasers is the new name of KC's AAA affiliate.

...here's a craaaaaaaaazy idea: How about bringing Gordon up and playing him? So far this season...

...here's a craaaaaaaaazy idea: How about bringing Gordon up and playing him? So far this season 12 different Royals hitters have logged at least 50 plate appearances and Billy Butler is the only one younger than the 26-year-old Gordon. Meanwhile, Gordon and fellow 26-year-old Kila Ka'aihue rank second and third in the PCL in OPS. Perhaps Moore has abandoned all hope of putting together a winner in Kansas City and is instead focusing on building the Triple-A squad into a PCL contender?

Aaron Gleeman. Maybe some of our Omaha-ians can get jobs as Parade Route Consultants?

Jordan Parraz colliding with SLC catcher Ryan Budde on Sunday afternoon. He...was out. More...

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Jordan Parraz colliding with SLC catcher Ryan Budde on Sunday afternoon. He...was out. More pictures can be found here.

Bring Gordon Back Up

Toward the bottom of this link: Left fielder Alex Gordon seems to be finding his swing at Class AAA Omaha. He went three for five with two homers Friday night in a 10-7 victory at Reno, which makes him seven for 16 with five walks in his last four games. Gordon is now batting .324 with five homers in 10 games for the O-Royals. He also carried a .457 on-base percentage and a .784 slugging percentage into Saturday night’s game at Las Vegas. Ridiculous. I'm wondering, if he's too comfortable in Omaha, should the team send him somewhere else for these assignments? Otherwise, get the kid back in KC. - TL

Omaha World-Herald Article on the Gordon Move

This is a nice piece. In it Moore reaffirms Gordon's value to the organization. I appreciate the "not according to script" metaphor. I'm convinced Gordon will be back in KC soon---a more versatile player and hopefully on a hot streak. - TL

Shameless self-share, because I worked hard on this, dang it! Jordan Parraz, Chris Hayes, Marc...

Shameless self-share, because I worked hard on this, dang it! Jordan Parraz, Chris Hayes, Marc Maddox, David Lough and Ed Lucas took a few minutes to tell about what life is *really* life in the Minor Leagues. As you can imagine, it's quite the....uhhh....glamorous life. (This was done for a school project.)

Thursday Royals Links: Forever Yost

Royals: The Royal Tower: TRT's 2010 Prospect List - #10 and #11 Royal Reflections: Q & A with Omaha Royals' GM Martie Cordaro Rany on the Royals: Problems and (Potential) Solutions in Center Field. ...

O-Royals win streak snapped at 1

After gritting out a win in the series finale against the Salt Lake Bees, it’s safe to assume that the Omaha Royals were hoping to capitalize on some forward momentum when they traveled to Colorado Springs.

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