Friday, December 08, 2017

Kansas City Royals And The Off-Season Of Discontent: Will Alex Gordon Improve???

The lackluster play of a former Kansas City superstar is possibly one of the worst investments in Major League Baseball and a constant source of disappointment for some of the more astute fans. Read more:

Kansas City Royals need Alex Gordon to regain hitting skills

Alex Gordon has not lived up to that deal. While fans were thrilled with the signing at the time, not many are expecting big things from Gordon moving forward, which is unfortunate. When the Kansas City Royals were at their peak, it was because Gordon was doing work at the plate.

5 Comments:

Anonymous said...

He was a bottom dweller in hitting last year.
Unlike he improves 20%- but say he improves 30%- do you want to play a left fielder that bats .230?
Ask Lee Judge before Friday. That’s his last day at the KC Star.
Does the high-IQ-smart-as-a-3rd-grader Editorial Board stay intact?

Anonymous said...

Yeah, that's not going to happen.

Mikey Sweeney said...

Guy has stepped up his already legenday offseason gym regimen, and I have no doubt he is going to be raking the ball come spring.

Add that to his quiet leadership and you've got yourself one hell of a ball player.

Anonymous said...

Does he also happen to be an overpaid Jesus Freak like you?

Anonymous said...

I hope Royals fans are ready for 100 loss seasons again because that’s what they’re going to get. Our minor league system has nothing in it, our scouting department sucks, and Dayton Moore is clueless.