Royals fans may have to find other ways to entertain themselves this summer…This may be a time for Royals fans to take stock in silver linings and roster shuffles. You’ve been through it before. Heck, it’s pretty much all you had from 1995 through 2012. And now, your primary joy could again come from keeping track of what’s going on in Omaha or rooting for Mike Moustakas and Salvador Perez to break the club’s single-season home run record. It wasn’t supposed to be this way, this soon.
Drake needs to step up, now that the Valley has a void…The departure of Wichita State left the Missouri Valley Conference with two voids to fill. One is the glaring gap in the roster of schools and the need to find a tenth member, if not more. The other is more subtle. It’s the lack of a bellwether school supported by a community and media market that can offer the Valley some clout – relatively speaking. That’s where Drake comes in.
The Royals’ bullpen unraveled in the seventh inning of a 7-1 loss to the Twins on Monday, and the offense never threatened to mount any sort of a rally. First off, let’s keep things in context. The Royals have finished .500 or better in 22 seasons, and 13 of those seasons began with a loss. Five of their nine playoff seasons started with a defeat. So, it’s definitely silly to read too much into the pomp, circumstance and excitement of Major League Baseball’s curtain-raiser.
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