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Alex Gordon finally coming around

Posted by Adrien Griffin Categories: Athletes, MLB,

Alex GordonAfter one month of baseball, the Kansas City Royals had exceeded expectations with a 14-13 record and were second in the AL Central. Only the more unexpected Cleveland Indians were better. Since then, the Royals have returned to form, going 18-32 through May and June to this point and have fallen all the way to the basement in the division. It seems to be a fan of the Royals is synonymous with dashed hopes and dreams.


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EndScore Report: MLB One-Week Overreaction

Posted by Dennis Velasco Categories: Kudos, MLB,

Alex Gordon of the Kansas City Royals for MVPDV and Chris take a look at the MLB season thus far. Yes, barely one week in, they overreact to what's gone down thus far. The Kansas City Royals are on top of the AL Central, the Baltimore Orioles pitching staff looks unstoppable, and the New York Mets are tied with the Philadelphia Phillies for first place in the NL Central! Someone check to see if hell has frozen over! And, can you say, Alex Gordon for AL MVP? Listen here!

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Team Preview: Kansas City Royals

Posted by Milo Taibi Categories: Athletes, Editorial, MLB, Site Announcements,

The Kansas City Royals will have to prove their worth in 2008. New no-nonsense manager Trey Hillman said earlier this off-season, “I do know this, you cannot win a championship without the expectation of winning it.” Though a championship in this decade isn’t realistic for Kansas City, 2008 may present the team with its first opportunity to finish at .500 or above since 2003.

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