Discussion in 'Baseball' started by ColoREDo, Nov 19, 2016.
Looking like it might be Cardinal Lance Lynn now
I would prefer Lynn over Liriano.
On paper, no question. There are rumors that Eiland sees something wrong with Liriano's delivery and that its fixable. Liriano would be a cheaper get but a waste of time if he pitches like he has been for Toronto this year.
Disappointing loss to Boston in 10 innings. Pitching was below average most of the night and even though the Royals scored 8, they had many opportunities to score more and didn't capitalize, especially early. Cleveland won so KC is now 3 games back.
Lynn has never really had a bad season in his career. Liriano's career has been a roller coaster.
Anyhow, tonight's game sucked. But I've become spoiled.
Royals pick up former White Sox and Royal, Melky Cabrera
All is good again in Royals land. Thank you, Alex Gordon.
The past week hasn't been much fun for Royals fans. That series with the Orioles was horrible. Fortunately, KC won the second game of the double-header today against Seattle to split that series. Hats off to Jake Junis, who pitched a gem.
Royals had to do something different with him, was on pace to set team strikeout record (and not the good kind)
Damn Royals better figure out how to win this game tonight in which they are currently trailing. August is sucking thus far, as has Cahill.
The Royals are sinking fast. And getting passed now by the Twins in the standings. Wake me up from this nightmare.
Royals hang on tonight for a much need win, Soria and Herrera did their job, still very painful to watch Gordon get overmatched by average pitching. He came up twice tonight with runners in scoring position with less than 2 outs and struck out both times.
Royals are hanging in there. It seems when they win this month, it's a sigh of relief. I read prior to today's game, the bullpen's ERA this month was approaching 7.00. The pitching as a whole has mostly sucked. But, we are at least in the thick of the Wild Card race.
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