Kansas City Royals Journey To 'Dongtown' Seyz Bored Baseball Blogger

There's not much to get excited about this season . . . And so the coverage has been phenomenal.

Here's one example . . .

"It didn’t take the Royals long to purchase land in Dongtown, USA. Following a lead-off single from Whit Merrifield in the top of the first, Andrew Benintendi belted a two-run shot to right-center off Noah Syndergaard to give Kansas City an early 2-0 lead. It was Benintendi’s third home run of the season."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

Royals become owners of DongTown for a day in 6-2 win over the Halos

The Royals took Game 1 against the Angels on Monday night after three long balls and a quality start from Kris Bubic. It's the first time Kansas City has won on a Monday this season. It didn't take the Royals long to purchase land in Dongtown, USA.

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Royals president Dayton Moore defends pitching coach Cal Eldred

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Kansas City Royals president Dayton Moore is putting his vote of confidence behind pitching coach Cal Eldred. Eldred has been receiving criticism this season for the Royals' pitching struggles; KC has the third-worst ERA in the league with almost five per game.

Developing . . .