July 12, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas discuss the wild first round pick made by the Kansas City Royals in this year's MLB Draft. They discuss the upside of Frank Mozzicato, the benefits and risks of under slotting as a strategy, and the Royals' spotty record with prep pitchers in the first round. They also review last week's horrible stretch of play and preview the upcoming series against Baltimore.
Plus, a few moments of light singing.
July 5, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas interview their first guest, editor-in-chief of Royals Farm Report, Alex Duval. The three of them discuss the upcoming MLB Draft and what the Royals can do to improve their team. Plus, the crew looks back on a rough week of losses, injuries, and general ineptitude and preview this week's games.
June 28, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas discuss the inept pitching and offense, the need for a change at pitching coach, and the Royals' overall lack of depth. In the spotlight segment, they provide a scouting report from their recent trip to Springdale, Arkansas to see the Northwest Arkansas Naturals. That means a lot of convo about Bobby Witt Jr., Nick Pratto, and M.J. Melendez.
Plus, a preview of this week's slate of games.
June 21, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas review an up-and-down week from the Kansas City Royals. They touch on getting swept by the Tigers, taking a series from the AL East-leading Red Sox, and getting Adalberto Mondesi back (only to lose him again ... maybe). Then, they focus on the looming trade deadline and how the Royals can set themselves up for the future through trades. Finally, they preview this week's road trip against the Yankees and Rangers.
June 14, 2021
In this week's episode, the fellas discuss last week's West Coast road trip, the upcoming MLB draft, and the Tigers and Red Sox Series. In the spotlight segment, they share thoughts on how Kansas City should approach the draft and which prospects might be good fits.
Plus, impromptu singing of the Mamas and the Papas and a quick discussion of live action role playing!
June 7, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas discuss what was a successful week from the Kansas City Royals last week. The bats took advantage of some weak pitching by the Pirates and Twins, and the pitching and defense did enough to earn the team four wins. After the review, they look at what has satisfied, shocked, and saddened them so far this season.
Plus, a preview of this week's games, including the debut of Jackson Kowar!
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May 31, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas break down what was a decidedly average week from the Kansas City Royals, discuss the three most important questions to the team's future, and preview the Pirates and Twins series.
Plus, Marc gets shunned to the basement on air.
May 24, 2021
On this week's episode, the fellas review a week that saw the Royals get back to their winning ways, answer listener questions, and preview the week ahead.
Plus, Marcus sings a few lines of the 1987 hit "It Must Have Been Love." Find out why by listening!
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May 17, 2021
On this week's episodes, the fellas look back at a semi-successful week. On the plus side, the #Royals broke their 11-game losing streak. On the minus side, they still only won two out of seven. But when huddled in the blinding darkness, even a spark seem as bright as the sun.
Plus, the boys give quarterly grades and a preview of the upcoming week.
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May 10, 2021
On this week's episode, we dig into the darkness of the recent losing streak to try and understand how the #Royals might pull themselves from it. We shine the spotlight on the (lack of) offense and consider what changes might be coming and how they may impact the team. Then, we take a look at this week's games to see if they boys in blue might be able to grab a win any time soon.
Week in review (4:41)
The spotlight, lack of offense (28:31)
Weekly preview (45:20)
Just a bit outside (51:10)