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The Royals are still mired in mediocrity after losing to the Yankees Friday night. The team sits at 29-32 with more than 1/3 of the season in the books. Aaron Reese at Kings of Kauffman asks a provocative question: Did Dayton Moore really waste a #1 farm system?
Baseball is a results-based industry and other teams have set the bar. Teams with #1 ranked systems make the playoffs in the few following years. Dayton Moore is on the clock and things are not trending well for his organization.
Bruce Chen is now rehabbing in Omaha, creating a roster issue with Danny Duffy pitching well in the rotation in Chen’s absence. David Hill of Kings of Kauffman wonders what the team will do with Chen when he returns.
Ongoing Organized Team Activities (OTAs) have stirred a lot of questions about the Chiefs. Ben Nielsen at Arrowhead Addict reports that TE Anthony Fasano is looking healthy in workouts—which bodes well for the passing game next season.
Over at Arrowhead Pride, Joel Thorman is also focused on OTA’s and noticed that All-world Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles welcomed rookie OLB Dee Ford to the NFL by juking him “out of his shoes“.
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