May 14, 2013; Anaheim, CA, USA; Kansas City Royals designated hitter Billy Butler (16) looks for his hit ball after hitting a home run against the Los Angeles Angels during the sixth inning at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Kelvin Kuo-USA TODAY Sports

WalkOff Talk: Kansas City Royals Rumors and Notes [Podcast]

We’re ten episodes into this podcasting thing now. That’s almost more playing time than Johnny Giavotella.

This week’s episode is heavy on Royals rumors and AL Central news.

Welcome to Episode 10! Ben and Audra talk AL Central news (spoiler: it’s about Jeff Francoeur). The bulk of the show, though, is discussion around Royals trade/free agent rumors. First up is Kendrys Morales, a signing that would surely be followed (or preceded) by a Billy Butler trade. Then they discuss some of the rumored interest in Ervin Santana. The rumors segment ends with some more concrete Tanaka speculation and Royals starting pitching targets.

*BONUS* Audra serenades listeners with a very special song from her youth, and all the musical break selections are early 2000s throwback pop that should leave you feeling nostalgic for high school, or college, or elementary school, depending on how old you were in the early 2000s. Enjoy.

In this episode…

0:00 – Audra Sings Her Song

3:41 – How Was Your Week, Audra?

12:36 – Frenchy and Ramon Hernandez

23:26 – Royals Rumors

51:52 – What Did You Learn This Week, Audra?

56:17 – Sal-vy, Sal-vy, Don’t You Know I Love You?

You can listen to the podcast below or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

Previous shows can be found here:

Episode 1: Before We Had a Name

Episode 2: Lost In New York

Episode 3: Kansas City Baseball Vault Presents … WalkOff Talk

Episode 4: WalkOff Talk Thanksgiving Edition

Episode 5: The Show That Doesn’t Exist

Episode 6: The Return of the Podcast That Didn’t Mean to Go Away

Episode 7: The Time The Royals Signed Omar Infante

Episode 8: A Merry WalkOff Christmas

Episode 9: WalkingOff 2013

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