New Trends: The Good, The Bad, and the Unconventional

Despite what GASN’s Noah and Clint like to suggest, the game of baseball is changing and evolving. Some of the current trends in the game are good, some are bad, and some are just so unconventional that we are not sure what to think yet. Why some of the changes have occurred are obvious and […]

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Why Baseball is the Best and Hardest Sport

This week I decided to do a rebuttal to the article written by GASN’s own Clint Switzer about why he feels baseball is the worst sport and why he hates it so much. Obviously, this is completely subjective to each person, but I have to do justice to what I believe is the best and […]

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We Need a Pitcher not a Belly Itcher

The 2019 Royals starting rotation has for the most part done a decent job. Last year it was rated in the top 10 teams in the MLB in ERA even, a little fact that gets overlooked a lot. This year, even with our 5th pitcher slot still undetermined, we seem poised to do that again. […]

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That What Speed Do?

What If I told you that the Royals this season are more like the 2015 Royals than the 2015 Royals actually were, would you believe me? Now I realize that sentence doesn’t really make any sense, but it actually does when you analyze it. So the 2015 Royals as we all know was built on […]

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Opening Day Successes: What it means for the future

The Pitching Brad Keller was the opening day starter after coming off the rule 5 draft in the offseason. Seldom does a player come from the Rule 5 draft and become the opening day starter, Keller has now achieved this twice in two years. At 23, Keller showed some amazing control over his location and […]

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It’s Not Moneyball, It’s Royals Baseball

In Dayton Moore’s book More Than a Season, he references what he calls “The Process”. This of course is the process of which to build a successful franchise. He talks about how he learned the process from his time in Atlanta and they were able to achieve major success there for quite a long time. […]

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