Jul 31, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; 2014 MLB All Star Game logo on the wall behind home plate prior to the game between the Minnesota Twins and Kansas City Royals at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports

Around the Kingdom: KC Royals All-Star candidates and Chiefs WRs

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The Royals have followed a tough May with a 6-2 start to June. To Dave Hill at Kings of Kauffman, this looks familiar: he contends that Kansas City is poised to repeat last season.

The All-Star game is now 7 weeks away. That’s close enough that we can start looking at potential KC Royals All-Stars. You can read Matthew LaMar’s take on the subject at Royals Review.

Fans are still trying to fathom how various position groups will fare in the upcoming season. Chiefs fans seem fascinated with the wide receiver position after the front office failed to address WR in the draft. Nick Floyd at Arrowhead Addict argues that the wide receivers on the roster are likely to bounce back after a tough year last season.

Joel Thorman at Arrowhead Pride is also thinking about OTAs. He has a report on the last workout at Arrowhead here.

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