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Royals Rumblings - News for April 5, 2018

MLB: Spring Training-Chicago Cubs at Kansas City Royals Rick Scuteri-USA TODAY Sports

With the weather yesterday taking care any Royals action, there’s not a lot of Royals news.

At BP KC, Clint Scoles looks at area college players for the draft in June.

Cody Asche done got dealt. So did Miguel Almonte.

Max talked Royals on KMA 960 in Iowa.

At Radio Free Roscoe Royals Farm Report, Alex Duvall wonders what the Royals are doing after they jettisoned Miguel Almonte.

Jeff Sullivan looks at Charlie Blackmon’s motivation for agreeing to an extension with the Rockies.

Travis Sawchik shows that Shohei Ohtani has already verified some claims about his skills.

Ben Carsley explores how much each team should be panicking right now.

The Department of the Interior is walking back their plan to raise National Park entrance fees after public outcry was resounding.

On the eve of the album’s 20th anniversary, Pitchfork’s Simon Reynolds argues that Boards of Canada’s Music Has the Right to Children is the greatest psychedelic album of the 1990s.

This dude can’t get into Crooked Rain, Crooked Rain.

A new bill tries to tackle the housing crisis in California.

Antarctica’s hidden prehistoric forests may portend its future.

Terry Gilliam’s The Man Who Killed Don Quixote is in trouble because of course it is.

The song of the day is “Jumper” by Third Eye Blind: