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Royals Rumblings - News for November 7, 2018

The Royals can run.

Kansas City Royals v Houston Astros Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images

Royals Rumblings - News for November 7, 2018

Mark Feinsand at identifies one free agent target for each team.

Kansas City Royals: Justin Wilson, LHP

The Royals traded closer Kelvin Herrera to the Nationals last summer, dealing away the final piece of their championship bullpen trio. GM Dayton Moore must rebuild that ‘pen this offseason, and while he’s unlikely to look at the many high-priced relievers on the market, Wilson is a solid mid-range option with some closing experience.

Royals Assistant GM Scott Sharp is a candidate for the top job in Baltimore.

Dayton Moore talks about the Hot Stove on MLB Network.

David Lesky at Baseball Prospectus Kansas City looks at Royals offensive leaders through Statcast data.

The Royals can run a little bit now. Yes, they still have Salvador Perez and Alex Gordon as anchors at the bottom, but adding Adalberto Mondesi and Brett Phillips to Whit Merrifield and somehow Hunter Dozier and Jorge Soler has made this team a pretty fast and fun to watch team. They had eight players who ranked in the top fourth of the league. That seems pretty good to me.

Don’t expect the Dodgers to change their formula, even after a World Series loss.

Is baseball even capable of making superstars anymore?

The Mariners are considering a fire sale.

Bryce Harper reportedly rejected an “aggressive” offer from the Nationals.

The Giants hire Dodgers GM Farhad Zaidi.

The Phillies may look at the trade market to upgrade their rotation.

The five pitchers who need a change of scenery.

Grant Brisbee looks at the players on the “Today’s Game” Hall of Fame ballot.

Who are the former professional athletes who ran for office this year?

Maybe it’s time for the Cowboys to fire Jason Garrett.

Stop blaming aliens for that space rock.

Where are the Asian-Americans in TV and movies?

A re-make of the 80s movie Explorers is in the works.

Your song of the day is Method Man with Win Some Lose Some.