Royals Rumblings - News for December 31, 2019
Mark Polishuk at MLB Trade Rumors looks at how each AL team has addressed their biggest perceived weakness.
Royals (First base, -1.9 bWAR): Ryan O’Hearn’s rough season leaves first base as an open question for Kansas City heading into 2020, though the addition of Maikel Franco at third base has shuffled the infield deck. K.C. could go with a lefty/righty platoon of O’Hearn and Ryan McBroom, or Hunter Dozier or Whit Merrifield could now factor into the first base mix when they’re not in the outfield. There’s room for the Royals to add an inexpensive first base bat if they aren’t fully prepared to go with the kids.
Royals pitcher Daniel Duarte was involved in a brawl, breakdown here https://t.co/VQH2Yfo7VA— Clint Scoles (@ClintScoles) December 28, 2019
The White Sox say they have payroll room for more moves.
The Tigers are holding firm on their high asking price for Matthew Boyd.
Predicting the next ten World Series winners.
The Yankees are running out of high leverage innings.
Jon Bois writes about the ten least consequential athletes of the decade.
What are the real effects of performance-enhancing drugs in sports?
This was the year UFO sightings became a little bit more legit.
Fandom went mainstream this decade, for better or for worse.
What a decade - the top three rock songs were all Imagine Dragon songs.
Your song of the day is The Ramones with I Wanna Be Sedated. From everyone at Royals Review, have a safe and happy new year!