The surprise hit of the summer.
Talk about stuff here.
Ask away, reader.
Talk about what you like, kiddos.
Celebrate with some Arby's, Stu.
The Royals may not be playing, but you can still watch baseball, silly.
Fancy yourself a seer? Put it in digital ink and let's see what happens.
Take you back.
If only past-OMD had been visited by present-day-OMD to be warned of C-Tates's charms
You ask the questions.
You have the power.
No Royals, no cry
How do you feel about the latest batch of sequels? Which ones worked for you?
There are other teams who play baseball. Shocking, I know.
Popcorn. Bing ba-bing bing bing.
Where we follow you down the rabbit hole.
Better than your mother's OT.
Where you ask the tough questions that need answering.
In lieu of an OMD's Pop-culture Corner
Gettin' off [topic]
We've reached a point in Spring Training where interest has waned, and some Royals are putting up worrisome stats. Let's slide into a joyful place.
Where we say goodbye.
The only way I can feel better about watching the Super Bowl is airing out my utter hypocrisy over the event.
The first in a likely failed experiment?
royalcoffee working the OT.
Escape the celebration of the holiday with your friends and family with your second life friends and family.
Earth is coming to an end, but your journey isn't.
BOBBY WITT JR.'S FIRST MLB HOMER pic.twitter.com/9k8VYmGHfV— MLB Pipeline (@MLBPipeline) May 4, 2022
BOBBY WITT JR.'S FIRST MLB HOMER pic.twitter.com/9k8VYmGHfV
April 26, 1993: **NSFW** After a 5-3 loss to Detroit, Kansas City Royals manager Hal McRae gives an amazing rant in one of the greatest postgame meltdowns ever pic.twitter.com/JVbkCdMSIk— This Day In Sports Clips (@TDISportsClips) April 26, 2022
April 26, 1993: **NSFW** After a 5-3 loss to Detroit, Kansas City Royals manager Hal McRae gives an amazing rant in one of the greatest postgame meltdowns ever pic.twitter.com/JVbkCdMSIk
On this day in 2015, we met when Eric left me a ticket to opening day. 7 years later, we’ll meet our son. Little boy, we love you endlessly! @TheRealHos305 pic.twitter.com/PNCUlVv0GR— Kacie McDonnell Hosmer (@KacieMcDonnell) April 6, 2022
On this day in 2015, we met when Eric left me a ticket to opening day. 7 years later, we’ll meet our son. Little boy, we love you endlessly! @TheRealHos305 pic.twitter.com/PNCUlVv0GR