We all know how this season is going to go . . .
The Royals roster is weak and they aren't getting much respect from baseball insiders. They're likely to lose anywhere from 90 to 100 games.
However . . .
Right now we can't argue with their record and there might be some reasons for optimism.
Sadly . . . Nobody is buying a conservative analysis of the team. Instead . . . This town craves hype and fanatical support of a franchise that's working behind the scenes to garner NEARLY A BILLION BUCKS IN TAXPAYERS SUPPORT for a downtown stadium.
According, for Saturday, it's appropriate to let "athletic supporters" have their say . . .
"Let’s go entirely overboard in analyzing what this means for the Royals going forward! Obviously the Royals won’t go 162-0, but 100 wins doesn’t seem outside the realm of possibility if all the games go similarly to that one!
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Baseball is finally, blessedly back! Instead of projecting rosters and talent, we can begin to evaluate what actually happens on the field, instead! As a baseball writer, there is little that brings me more joy than the opportunity to make that transition. Sadly, we've only had one game. Happily, I don't care.