Aug 21, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Royals second baseman Emilio Bonifacio (64) is out at first as Chicago White Sox designated hitter Paul Konerko (14) makes an unassisted double play in the eighth inning at Kauffman Stadium. Chicago won 5-2. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

KC Headlines: The Old Royals Are Back, Eric Fisher Struggles, ESPN and NFL Sunday Ticket to YouTube?


White Sox 5, Royals 2

Make that seven losses in the last nine games now for the Royals. At this rate they are going to pull a different kind of #15of20 – the bad kind.

This was never a playoff team on paper, but things were into place in such a way where the Royals could have backed themselves in with continued good play. That good play is gone now, and has been replaced by generally bad baseball. The Royals can’t score runs, can’t hit for power, are having defensive lapses, and can’t pitch in key situations. Other than that, everything is going well.

At 64-61, the Royals now face the possibility of finishing the season under .500. And if that happens you’d have to assume some heads will roll. Which ones will be interesting to watch this offseason.


– Chris Getz hears and understand the boos. (Fox Sports Kansas City)

– Eric Fisher’s struggles. (Arrowhead Pride)

– Robb Heineman did an “Ask Me Anything” on Reddit yesterday. (Reddit)

– Eric Berry describes the Chiefs defense as “organized aggression.” (Arrowhead Addict)

– What is K-State without Cornelius Lucas? An excellent breakdown. (Jug of Snyder)


ESPN and NFL Sunday Ticket may start streaming their channels through Google/YouTube. Well then.

NCAA denied Rutgers transfer Kerwin Okoro’s hardship waiver. Okoro’s brother and father each died in the last two months.

The government knows a lot about Apolo Ohno. Well, we can assume that because they were spying on him and many others in 2002.

– “Okay, so it turns out the SEC is really good. We get it. Great. Fantastic.” – says Missouri, probably


Inspired by this column from Sam Mellinger yesterday.




Well this looks like it is going to win an abundance of awards.

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