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Sunday, May 29, 2016

Royals rally for 7-run 9th to beat White Sox | MLB.com

“It ain’t over till it’s over.”

Jim Furtado Posted: May 29, 2016 at 08:25 AM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: royals, white sox

Saturday, May 28, 2016

Epic fall: Royals score seven in ninth to stun White Sox

Tough loss to Omaha, I mean, the Kansas City Royals.

It came the day after the bullpen blew a three-run lead to start a nine-game road trip. It was the Sox’ fifth loss in a row and 13th in their last 17 games and it left more than a couple players sitting at their lockers in stunned silence, a scene more common in late August or September than late May.

“When they won, I was like, ‘This is true?’ I can’t believe it,’’ Sox left fielder and former Royal Melky Cabrera said. “I just can’t believe it.”

Nor could a Sox fan base that saw its team storm to a 23-10 start and six-game lead in the American League Central. As the Cleveland Indians, who took three of four from the Sox at U.S. Cellular Field to start the week, won in Baltimore to knock the Sox out of first for the first time since April 22, “fire Robin Ventura” petitions were circulating on the Internet.

“You get to that ninth, and the way games have been going, you go to the guy to close it out, because we haven’t been able to get to him,’’ said Ventura, noting Robertson’s light workload of four appearances in the last 18 days and his first in five days. “There’s no time clock. If you can’t close it out, that’s what happens. And today we couldn’t close it out.’’

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: May 28, 2016 at 10:57 PM | 48 comment(s)
  Beats: comebacks, royals, white sox

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Mike Moustakas out with ACL tear

The Royals announced that they have placed third baseman Mike Moustakas on the 15-day disabled list with a tear in his right anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and have called up outfielder Brett Eibner from AAA Omaha. Moustakas injured himself in a collision with outfielder Alex Gordon on a foul pop up in Sunday’s game against Chicago. Gordon was placed on the disabled list earlier this week. Moustakas finished the game on Sunday, but missed all three games since then. Moustakas was hitting .240/.301/.500 with 7 HR 13 RBI in 27 games. He has already served a stint on the disabled list this year for an injured thumb.

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: May 26, 2016 at 04:58 PM | 41 comment(s)
  Beats: acl, injuries, mike moustakas, royals

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Raul Mondesi Jr. suspended 50 games for PEDs found in cold medicine

Royals prospect Raul Mondesi Jr. has been suspended 50 games after testing positive for Clenbuterol, a performance-enhancing drug, MLB announced Tuesday. The suspension is effective immediately.

Mondesi, 20, is on Kansas City’s 40-man roster, though he is currently in Double-A. His suspension was reduced from 80 games to 50 games because he showed Clenbuterol can be found in cold medicine.

“I took an over-the-counter medication [Subrox-C], which I bought in the Dominican Republic to treat cold and flu symptoms. I failed to read the labeling on the medication or consult with my trainer or team about taking it and did not know it contained a banned substance. I tested positive for that banned substance, with a minuscule amount of Clenbuterol in my system, which could not have possibly enhanced my performance on the field, and now must face the consequences of that mistake.

“I apologize to my organization, my teammates, the fans and everyone who has supported me in my career. Never did I intend to take a substance that would give me an unfair advantage on the field. It is solely my mistake and there are no excuses for my carelessness in not being fully informed of what I put in my body. My goal is to work through this setback and make it back in time to help my organization compete for another World Series title.”

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: May 11, 2016 at 05:54 AM | 36 comment(s)
  Beats: peds, raul mondesi, royals

Tuesday, April 26, 2016

When Athletes are left to their own digital dating devices

Tinder’s location-specific search makes an athlete’s road game easier, and longer stays increase the chances of consummating a match, so for MLB players, in particular, scores come in bunches. “Tinder is better for an area you’re not familiar with, so that’s how a lot of guys meet people,” says Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer, who’s off the market but estimates that a third of his single colleagues are right swipers. And that number spikes during spring training, when regulars can punch out by the fifth inning. The taken might kill that time with golf and pool parties. The single guys? “They’re having lots of sex out here, and at least half are using Tinder to do it,” says a Cactus Leaguer with the Giants. “It’s like shooting fish in a barrel.”


Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Royals continue to defy projections

“I really think the bullpen can explain at least half of that overperformance during the year,” Davenport said. “Their bullpen is that good.”

But how can just one aspect of a team be so disproportionately responsible for underestimating the entire team? Without turning this into a Ph.D. dissertation, we could sum it up a couple of ways.

Many stats define how great this bullpen has been. But it all comes back to this: When the Royals have led after eight innings over the past four seasons, they’ve gone 241-4. When they’ve led after seven, they’ve gone 211-10. So when you win pretty much every game in which you take a lead, over that many years, you’re defying all probability and all norms of bullpen volatility.

Not to mention, Davenport said, that only in the bullpen does a team have “the ability to selectively use [its] best players at key times.” So where most projections assume that players find themselves in a wide variety of random situations, “Wade Davis is not used in a random fashion,” Davenport said, “but at very precise, high-impact times.”

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: April 20, 2016 at 11:46 AM | 17 comment(s)
  Beats: pecota, projections, relievers, royals

Thursday, April 07, 2016

Overland Park man buys baseball from Eric Hosmer’s World Series dash, loans it to Royals Hall of Fame

Then Lucas saw JB044155 and this description:

Session Name: 2015 WORLD SERIES GAME 5 KC@NYM

Session Date: November 1, 2015

Additional Information: BATTER — SALVADOR PEREZ, PITCHER — JEURYS FAMILIA, TOP OF 9, GROUND OUT

Lucas did a double-take. Wasn’t that the ball Mets first baseman Lucas Duda threw away as Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer dashed home to tie Game 5 of the 2015 World Series?

Zach Posted: April 07, 2016 at 01:51 PM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: eric hosmer, jeurys familia, memorabilia, royals, salvador perez, world series

Monday, April 04, 2016

Kansas City Royals say New York Mets’ presence soured pregame pomp

In a day of firsts, it was the New York Mets who had the dubious honor of being the first team in MLB history to relive a World Series defeat through a steady stream of big-screen highlights before the victor raised the championship banner on Opening Day—in their face.

“It was just strange, the pregame ceremony,” Yost said.

Jim Furtado Posted: April 04, 2016 at 06:47 AM | 32 comment(s)
  Beats: mets, royals

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

The vigilante Royals are a big part of baseball’s big problem | FOX Sports

This “problem” is soooooooooo overblown. A bigger problem is the outrage from the media over things so inconsequential.

Jim Furtado Posted: March 30, 2016 at 08:36 AM | 25 comment(s)
  Beats: royals

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Shortstop Marten Gasparini’s unlikely journey from Italy to Royals’ minor leagues

Nick Leto has dark, short hair, and he is blessed with a friendly, affable personality. On a typically sunny day in Surprise, he is wearing a Royals polo shirt and greeting nearly everyone who passes by their first name.

His title is the Arizona operations manager for the Royals. In a nutshell, that means Leto ensures the facilities in Surprise accommodate whatever the team needs. It’s a year-round job.

After the Royals break spring training this week, the minor-leaguers stay behind until their season begins. Players from the big-league club sometimes stay in extended spring training if they are working through injuries. There is a rookie-ball team there in the summer and the Royals take part in the Arizona Fall League…

Leto previously worked for the Braves in their facility in Orlando, Fla. He also helped Major League Baseball run its European academies, including one at the Italian Olympic Training Center in Tirrenia.

That’s where he got to know Bill Holmberg of the Italian Baseball Academy. Holmberg tipped off Leto about Gasparini, and the Royals quickly encouraged Leto to check him out.

“For somebody in my position to even have the freedom to do something like that is, in my mind, unheard of,” Leto said, shaking his head. “The operations guy from Arizona is not going to Europe for the club, not scouting anything; I’m not even on that level.”

Zach Posted: March 29, 2016 at 12:35 PM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: europe, international players, operations guy from arizona, royals

Friday, March 18, 2016

Royals coach Kuntz wins over players | royals.com

If you hang around a Royals Spring Training practice for even a few moments, you’ll hear the familiar and booming voice of first-base coach Rusty Kuntz.

“Player!” is Kuntz’s signature bark at his troops, an endearing shout that has become the equivalent of his “Hello.”
Royals players view the term as a compliment about their skills, as in “He’s a player!” but few know the origin of Kuntz’s “Player!”
“I was with Houston, my second or third year coaching,” Kuntz recalled. “All the players would address me as ‘Coach’ because they were young guys and I was an instructor and they grew up calling all their coaches ‘Coach.’
“Now, I would tell them, ‘Hey, my name is Rusty. Call me Rusty.’ But every spring, players kept calling me ‘Coach.’ They didn’t get it. So after a while I would just start calling them ‘Player.’ If you’re going to call me ‘Coach’ I’ll call you ‘Player.’ And then over the years that just evolved into calling everyone ‘Player.’”

Jim Furtado Posted: March 18, 2016 at 07:02 AM | 10 comment(s)
  Beats: royals, rusty kuntz

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Royals’ Kendrys Morales is old soul in clubhouse and a run-producer in lineup | The Kansas City Star

Kendrys Morales is an old soul of sorts, a fan of the classics, so as he made a home at Kauffman Stadium in 2015, he settled on a simple routine. He would show up to the stadium around noon, change into a pair of basketball shorts and a T-shirt and cue up a playlist from a past generation.

“Elvis,” Royals manager Ned Yost says. “Frank Sinatra.”

In his first season in Kansas City, the rhythms of Morales fit his new club perfectly. As a switch-hitting designated hitter with hands like cinderblocks, he swatted 22 homers and racked up a team-high 106 RBIs. As a veteran in the clubhouse, he offered a touch of swagger. One year after the worst season of his career, he rebounded with one of his best, recording an OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) of .847, the second highest of his career.

“He just created real depth in that lineup,” Yost said. “His ability to hit with power and drive the ball from both sides of the plate; he did a nice job for us.”

Jim Furtado Posted: March 10, 2016 at 08:07 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: kendrys morales, royals

Wednesday, March 02, 2016

Royals, Salvador Perez “Moving Close” To Extension - MLB Trade Rumors

I look forward to the Jon Singleton renegotiation. Perez shouldn’t say anything bad about Royals ownership ever.

The Royals have officially agreed to a new contract with catcher Salvador Perez. The deal covers six years for the Beverly Hills Sports Council client, including the coming season, and does not include any options. It guarantees three preexisting club options and adds two new seasons at the back end, with a total guarantee of $52.5MM.

All told, then, Perez will be promised the payouts contemplated in his original extension in addition to receiving $36MM in new money. Part of that comes in the form of a $6MM signing bonus, so there’s some added cash coming to Perez up front. His new 2017 salary will be $3MM, and he’ll earn $7.5MM and then $10MM in the two seasons to follow before taking home $13MM annually in the two new years covered by the deal.

A contract restructuring has long been said to be in the works between the sides. Perez was playing under an early-career deal that allowed the club to control him through 2019, via club options, for the relatively meager sum of $16.5MM. The original contract, negotiated by his prior agents, promised him just $7MM over five years, though of course it was reached before he had even logged a full season in the majors.

Jim Furtado Posted: March 02, 2016 at 08:31 AM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: royals, salvador perez

Texas Rangers: Jon Daniels: How Josh Hamilton and Ian Desmond will co-exist if and when Hamilton is healthy | SportsDay

Will Hamilton really contribute much this season? I’m not feeling it.

I hope Ian’s playing well and come May, Josh is healthy and ready to roll. Even before the last few weeks where Josh’s knee acted up again, internally we were all discussing what is the right number of games for Josh and I don’t think anyone felt like it was 150. At 34, going to be 35, he’s had multiple knee surgeries, he’s 240-plus pounds, a big man on a knee that’s had some issues.

Even before the last few weeks, all off-season we’ve been of the mindset that we were going to have to monitor his playing time. What we’ve talked to Josh about is let’s really focus on getting healthy. If you’re healthy and you come back and you’re playing the way you’re capable of playing, I’m very confident we’ll sort it out. I’m very confident that we’ll find spots where Josh can play and contribute to the club and at the same time still protect his body.

Jim Furtado Posted: March 02, 2016 at 06:47 AM | 0 comment(s)
  Beats: ian desmond, jon daniels, josh hamilton, jurickson profar, rangers, royals

Tuesday, March 01, 2016

Source: Royals extend All-Star Salvador Perez through 2021

How does this not include an endorsement deal with Gatorade?

All-Star catcher Salvador Perez and the Kansas City Royals agreed on a restructured contract that will keep him with the reigning champions through 2021 and give the World Series MVP another $36 million in guaranteed money, a source close to the team told Yahoo Sports.

The deal for the 25-year-old, which is expected to be announced Tuesday, begins in 2017 and lasts five years. It represents a compromise between Perez, who signed one of the team-friendliest contracts ever in 2012 after his rookie season, and the Royals, who rewarded their most popular player with money more commensurate to his performance.

Perez’s original five-year, $7 million contract included three club options that after his three All-Star appearances and Gold Gloves jumped to a combined $16.5 million. The new contract, which begins after Perez makes $2 million this season, pays him a $6 million signing bonus, increases the value of the three option years to $20.5 million and guarantees him $13 million per year in 2020 and 2021.

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: March 01, 2016 at 12:48 PM | 23 comment(s)
  Beats: royals, salvador perez

Thursday, February 25, 2016

A negotiation between Salvador Perez and the Royals, without precedent or animosity, is picking up | The Kansas City Star

“I want to be George Brett,” Perez says. “I want to be like Frank White, like Alex Gordon. One of those guys. Because this team gave me the opportunity to play in the big leagues.”

Negotiations are impossible to predict, but there is an openness from the team’s side that didn’t exist before.

As an organization, the Royals credit much of their success to a relentlessly supportive culture for their players, and rewriting a lopsided contract for one of their most important players would be a tangible and undeniable sign of their commitment to maintaining that. Rafa Nieves, Perez’s agent, said that “there’s been some movement” and he has “a 50-50 feeling” that a new deal will be done by opening day.

Jim Furtado Posted: February 25, 2016 at 06:47 AM | 16 comment(s)
  Beats: royals, salvador perez

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Royals executives can build a team, but might be baseball’s worst self-promoters (and the two are connected) | The Kansas City Star

Love conquers all.

The Royals have created a culture where it’s a vital part of the bigger success. The friendships on this team are well-documented, and the genuine love they have for each other is often credited — by those inside the clubhouse as well as on the outside — for this run.

Jim Furtado Posted: February 23, 2016 at 06:53 AM | 6 comment(s)
  Beats: royals

Friday, February 19, 2016

Royals sign Mike Minor to two-year contract

Not a Minor league deal?

The Royals have signed left-handed starting pitcher Mike Minor to a two-year contract, according to Jeffrey Flanagan. Flanagan reports Minor will earn $2 million in 2016, $4 million in 2017, with a $10 million mutual option in 2018. The option has a $1.5 million buyout.

Minor was a first-round pick for the Atlanta Braves in 2009 out of Vanderbilt. In parts of five Major League seasons with the Braves, he has won 38 games with a 4.10 ERA.

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: February 19, 2016 at 02:01 PM | 1 comment(s)
  Beats: mike minor, royals

Royals extend contracts of manager Ned Yost, GM Dayton Moore | The Kansas City Star

No details on Moore’s contract.

Jim Furtado Posted: February 19, 2016 at 08:11 AM | 12 comment(s)
  Beats: dayton moore, ned yost, royals

Tuesday, February 16, 2016

PECOTA Hates the Royals, Part II

The Royals never should have traded Bill Pecota to the Mets.

So how am I going to defend this when I’m asked about it by radio hosts over the next two months?

First, I’ll note that I had the Royals winning 86 in that poll-the-staff exercise. I’ll tell them that our staff generally feels a lot more optimistic about the Royals’ chances than PECOTA does. I’ll say that most systems like the Royals’ defense more than ours does, and that most observers praise the Royals for things (like a great clubhouse, great advance scouting) that PECOTA doesn’t account for (though, if they’re consistent and valuable factors, they should be showing up in players’ stats and thus influencing their projections; whatever.) I’ll allow that the Royals have a pretty mediocre starting rotation, that the bullpen after Wade Davis isn’t all technically all that special, and that it’s a fun lineup (that provides great defense) but there are three or four holes in it. I might mention that the Royals’ deviant projection last year wasn’t especially unusual; some team or another is shockingly high or low every year, but a combination of factors set the Royals projection up to be spotlighted when it went wayward. I’ll say that PECOTA follows a series of guidelines that work pretty well in the aggregate, but that there are unknowns that are just as unknown to it as they are to any of us. I’ll say that PECOTA can’t do much more than take an incredibly unpredictable sport and make it a little bit more predictable. It’s not fate. Obviously.

But I’ll also note that, unlike the 73 percent of my staff, seeing PECOTA’s 76 did change my answer. How could it not? It’s absurd to think that I, a guy with a depth chart and a bunch of untested hunches, have any real way of knowing with any precision how many games any team is going to win next year. My answer to a question like this should be extremely malleable; it changed when I saw my staff’s answers to the poll, because they as a group know better than I do, and it changed when I saw PECOTA’s answer, because as a well-designed and constantly evolving system it simply knows more than I do. Maybe those changes end up cancelling each other out, but they definitely change.

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: February 16, 2016 at 11:37 AM | 44 comment(s)
  Beats: pecota, royals

Thursday, February 11, 2016

Lorenzo Cain and A.J. Pollock Sign Atypical Contracts | FanGraphs Baseball

I would think at least one of these judgments will be wrong.

For Donaldson, the Toronto Blue Jays are paying for an expected increase due to his MVP season this season, but in the case of the other three players, the teams are paying more in case of an even further breakout for these players. The teams did not receive the typical discount given for two-year contracts, and the only way the team ends up ahead is with an MVP-like season. Given the caliber of these players and the salaries they’re receiving, the team is unlikely to end up behind with these contracts, but they are a departure from the deals that have been made over the past few years.


Monday, February 01, 2016

The subtle changes that helped the small-money Royals spend big | The Kansas City Star

Even with their rotten local TV deal — the Royals expect their annual take to more than double when the current deal expires in 2019 — their ticket revenue has nearly quadrupled in the last 10 years to around $80 million per year.

Along with that, the league’s revenue sharing has continued to increase. Some of that is with Major League Baseball’s forward-thinking decision to split all online revenue equally. MLB’s Advanced Media is widely considered the best of its peer group, and continues to expand with partnerships with other businesses and leagues, including the NHL.

In the last three rounds of collective-bargaining negotiations, players and owners spent more time on revenue sharing than anything else. The result has been, generally speaking, more help for the clubs with the smallest revenues.

Baseball’s annual revenue has grown from $1.4 billion in 1995 to $9.5 billion in 2015. A disproportionate amount of the growth has come from big-market clubs, but revenue sharing has allowed small-market teams to keep pace.

The 10 clubs in baseball’s biggest markets who are disqualified from receiving revenue sharing have gone from an average of about $37 million payroll in 1995 to more than $160 million in 2015. That increase is roughly the same as the 10 clubs in baseball’s smallest markets — $26 million in 1995 and nearly $100 million in 2015. Last year, the difference between the two groups was about 40 percent, a number that has remained steady since the late 1990s.

Jim Furtado Posted: February 01, 2016 at 06:56 AM | 16 comment(s)
  Beats: royals

Friday, January 29, 2016

Royals are one of the worst AL teams to win World Series since 2000

Since 2000, the NL and AL have won eight World Series titles apiece.

Looking at the batting averages of the eight AL winners, the 2015 champion Kansas City Royals rank as one of the worst Junior Circuit teams to win the World Series the past 15 years.

Scott Ross Posted: January 29, 2016 at 09:09 AM | 76 comment(s)
  Beats: dumbness, royals, stats

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Schoenfield: The best defensive teams of all time

6. 2013-2015 Kansas City Royals. Their +93 Defensive Runs Saved figure in 2013 is the second-highest of DRS era (behind only the +95 of the 2005 Phillies) and defense was obviously vital to their playoff runs in 2014 and 2015. Maybe they lack that one signature, historic defender, but they’ve solid across the board….

4. 2002 Anaheim Angels. They had a lot of excellent defensive ratings in this era with the 2002 World Series champs topping them off at plus-98 runs.Darin Erstad won a Gold Glove with an amazing year at plus-39 runs: He made 3.39 plays per game compared to the league average of 2.77. The rest of the team was above average across the board with no weak spots: Troy Glaus, David Eckstein, Garret Anderson, Adam Kennedy, Bengie Molina, Tim Salmon andScott Spiezio.

 

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: January 27, 2016 at 04:50 PM | 36 comment(s)
  Beats: defense, royals

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Royals sign Ian Kennedy to five-year, $70 million contract

How can teams compete with big money clubs like the Royals?

The Royals have signed right-handed starting pitcher Ian Kennedy to a five-year contract worth $70 million, according to Jon Heyman. Ken Rosenthal reports Kennedy can opt out of the contract after two years.

Kennedy is a 31-year old right-handed pitcher who has won 75 games in parts of nine Major Leagues seasons with the Yankees, Diamondbacks, and Padres. He was 9-15 with a 4.28 ERA and 4.51 FIP with 0.8 fWAR last season, but was a 3.5 fWAR pitcher the season before that. His best season came in 2011 when he won 21 games and was a 4.8 fWAR pitcher with a 2.88 ERA and 3.22 FIP.

RoyalsRetro (AG#1F) Posted: January 16, 2016 at 09:19 AM | 72 comment(s)
  Beats: ian kennedy, royals

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