The Kansas City Royals will have some decisions to make when it comes to promoting guys from the minors to the majors come September.
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Fuenmayor has been one of those guys we’ve heard a lot about over the past few years, but I don’t think he’ll see his big league debut this season. Next year is a possibility for him, though.
As for the other two guys, they’re both pitchers and the Royals should be loaded with talent at the pitching position. That’s something I didn’t think I’d say at this point in the season, but the Royals should be good to go with both their rotation and their bullpen.
I also didn’t list Mike Minor because he has been officially shut down for the season, according to Rustin Dodd of The Kansas City Star.
It’s disappointing to say the least, as Minor has been a possible factor to fit into the starting rotation. Instead, however, the team might have to look at other options down the stretch.
It’s also worth noting that should any of the minor league teams be in the playoffs, the KC Royals might hold up on bringing them up. Now if it’s a limited position like catcher, then I’m sure they’d be promoted regardless, but it is something to keep an eye on for sure.
It should be an interesting last few weeks to the end of the regular season, but hopefully, these guys will be able to contribute and help get the Kansas City Royals to their third consecutive postseason appearance.