Fire Dayton Moore

Fire Dayton Moore
It's time.

Sunday, December 30, 2012

Random Royals Rumblings


David Price was 2 months, 1 day old when the Royals won the 1985 World Series. Since then, Price has appeared in eight more postseason games himself than the Royals as a franchise. I don't think the Royals and "bandwagon" begin to belong in the same sentence.

This isn't the first time Price has felt the need to comment on fan behavior. And his Tweet said nothing about former teammate James Shields turning the Royals into a winner, which I find telling.

2. SI columnist Joe Sheehan posted 10 Predictions for the coming MLB season. Prediction No. 5 basically falls in line with popular belief, although he's a bit more generous, referring to Shields as a No. 2 starter.

Of course, there are still fans out there who believe calling it like you see it is "hating" and adding Shields, Wade Davis, Jeremy Guthrie and Ervin Santana are significant moves (and a likely improved Detroit Tigers team and well-run Chicago White Sox club make for a "weak ass" division.

It's OK, though. I was once like commenter Dan Smith. I, too, once used Chiefs pictures as my avatar.

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