85 Losses Does NOT Merit Downtown Kansas City Stadium

Given so much chatter about the long, lost legacy of capitalism . . . Tonight we briefly consider the record of the Kansas City Royals. 

Losses are quickly mounting and it's pretty much assured they'll drop at least 90 games this season. 

And so . . . 

For those who believe if hard work, achievement and rewards for winners . . . The prospect of a downtown stadium and investment of HUNDREDS OF MILLIONS in a consistently mediocre team seems antithetical to capitalistic principles.  

However . . . 

Those of us who live in the real world know that so much objection to this deal is mostly comprised of hold outs who are looking for a better deal. 

And so we advise plebs without any skin in this game to sit back and enjoy the entertainment. 

Just like wonderful late season games . . . It should at least be entertaining to witness the losing effort. 

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Tapia can't stop-ee-a the bleeding, Royals lose 5-1

First, let me pause for a moment to complain about FanGraphs. They are my first resource whenever I want to check some baseball stats. I like their website and the way things are organized. But their information about Jon Heasley completely left out his curveball. It's a sensational pitch, or at least it was tonight.