Our two baseball experts wonder how the Royals have found a way to turn so many can't-miss prospects into busts.
If new Royals GM Dayton Moore is as good as advertised, there really is reason for hope in Kansas City, writes Rob Neyer.
The Royals need to break up their team and make trades that could put them in line to prosper in the future.
Calvin Pickering is tearing up Triple-A with 11 homers in 12 games for Omaha. So why isn't he in the majors?
Adding Juan Gonzalez to their lineup could potentially be a huge upgrade for the Royals in 2004.
The Royals had a surprisingly good season in 2003. Much will have to fall in place for even better results in '04.
Faced with a desperate situation Sunday, the Royals salvaged the final game of their series against the Twins.
Despite starting the second half with a seven-game lead in the AL Central, the Royals face an uphill battle.
Taking a quick glance at the standings finds a surging Blue Jays team ... and plenty more.
In assembling their rosters for this season, the surprising Royals and Pirates did so mostly in very different ways.
From the Red Sox picking up Pedro Martinez's option to the red-hot Pirates, Rob answers a few of the questions in his jam-packed e-mailbag.
Rob spent an afternoon watching the Mets play the Royals with fellow ESPN.com columnist Jim Baker.
THURSDAY, APRIL 26 Dipping into the mail pouch for some reaction to yesterday's column about the home runs that Willie Mays hit, and didn't hit ... Hey, Rob -- Good column today. Are there any home run hitters out there the truly were hurt by th...