Clinging To The Past Kills Kansas City Royals Chances Moving Forward

As always, we follow some of the best fan frustration amid the latest season of disappointment.

Check this apt analysis . . .

"It is precisely because of a lack of good young talent and an overabundance of mediocre, declining veteran talent that the Royals are bad this year and, shocker, were also bad last year and the year before that and the year before that and the year before that."

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The Royals are so close to being fun if they would just get over themselves

What makes the 2022 Kansas City Royals team so frustrating is not that they are losing at an incredible pace. The Royals lost at an incredible pace in both 2018 and 2019 and I don't think anyone was super unhappy about it-if you take any team and remove half a dozen of their best players, they're not gonna do well.

The KC Royals are becoming a tough show to watch

The KC Royals lost to Minnesota 9-2 Saturday night, not an unexpected result considering they were 10 games under .500 and close to the American League Central basement before the game even started. That Kansas City played the best the Central has to offer this season simply made the outcome more likely.

Royals blow another lead, fall to Arizona 9-5

Despite teeing off on Arizona starter Zach Davies in the first inning, the Royals' pitching staff couldn't maintain a four-run lead and dropped Game 1 to the Diamondbacks, 9-5. It marked Kansas City's fifth consecutive loss. In the top of the first, the Royals took out their anger from Sunday's loss on Davies.

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