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Royals Rumblings - News for December 10, 2019

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Royals Rumblings - News for December 10, 2019

Lynn Worthy reports that Dayton Moore doesn’t expect to sign a free agent any time soon.

“For us, with our level of performance in the market, no one is going to jump up and take our (offers) right now,” Moore said Monday in San Diego, site of this year’s Winter Meetings. “Any free agents we sign will be January or February.

“Something may surprise me. And that doesn’t mean we won’t make an offer or two prior to then. But at the level we’ll be committing I think there’s very little chance we sign a free-agent before we leave San Diego. But we’ll have discussions.”

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The Royals could be looking for bullpen help.

Dayton Moore appeared on MLB Network and said Whit Merrifield and Jorge Soler are part of the future.

Alec Lewis at The Athletic has a Rule 5 draft preview up.

Drew Osborne at Royals Farm Report scouts potential Rule 5 pick Sterling Sharp.

Shaun Bauman at Kings of Kauffman thinks the Royals should pursue Nicholas Castellanos.

Clint Scoles at Royals Academy scouts minor league first baseman Vinnie Pasquantino.

Former Royals outfielder Jorge Bonifacio signs with the Tigers.

Former Royals first baseman Willie Aikens shares his story with a local rotary club.

Craig Calcaterra ranks the most handsome managers in baseball, with Mike Matheny at #2.

Stephen Strasburg signs a seven-year, $245 million deal to stay in Washington.

The Cubs may trade Kris Bryant to gain payroll flexibility.

Madison Bumgarner wants a nine-figure deal.

Outfielder Adam Jones may be headed to Japan.

Did last year’s free agent class live up to the money?

The MLB draft is reportedly coming to Omaha.

Jonathan Mayo ranks the top 100 prospects of next year’s draft.

Is Mike Fiers a snitch?

MLB The Show will be made available for platforms beyond Playstation.

Lou Whitaker was snubbed for the Hall of Fame again.

Sports Illustrated names Megan Rapinoe its Sportsperson of the Year.

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