Kansas City Royals Still Missing A Power Hitter

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 Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer (35) Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas City Royals first baseman Eric Hosmer (35) Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The last six games have been refreshing offensively for the Kansas City Royals, but how long will it last? It’s no longer early.

Panic and the pressure of the situation is starting to creep onto the faces of the players, the manager, and the general manager alike. For Kansas City Royals fans, we’ve almost grown numb to it.

That’s doesn’t make it any easier to take of course, but we’ve seen this movie so many times, we know how it starts, and how it ends.

The first two games of the I-70 Series were certainly nice, as were the first two games in Toronto, and maybe this team is coming out of its offensive slumber.

But that doesn’t hide the fact that this team still has no power. It’s year eight of another rebuilding process, and it’s starting to appear like another is in our near future.

Should we trust Dayton Moore to navigate the Royals through it again considering the rate of failure he’s had to this point? I don’t.

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Tags: Alex Gordon Dayton Moore Eric Hosmer Kansas City Royals Mike Moustakas Ned Yost

  • Joel Wagler

    Excellent editorial!

  • Stan Colbert

    If the Royals don’t make the playoffs this year Moore and Yost should resign and apologize for their incompetence and waste of time and resources!