Comments Off on Kansas City’s Poor Year Due to Shabby Trade and Broke Bats, Not Injury Wealth
Over the past few months, we have been treated to a number of interestingcomments from within the Royals' organization.   The team's best hitter, Billy Butler, has been publicly criticized for a perceived lack of proficiency in turning the rare 3-6-3 double play.   The General Manager has said, outloud mind you, that he neither understands nor believes in any of the current defensive statistical measures. After his team traded for a center fielder, the Royals' manager spent the bulk of said player's first few weeks with the team playing him in right field due to the size of center field in Kaufmann Stadium.   Through it all, fans of the team, and especially those who dare to criticize any aspect of the organization, have been told to "trust the process" and, on mor ...

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