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(CBS Sports)   Bummer, it's Royals Elimination Day   (cbssports.com) divider line 55
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2013-09-26 10:23:09 AM  
Is it April already? I've got to get a better calendar.
 
2013-09-26 10:25:32 AM  
A winning season, and 158 games before they're officially eliminated?

Congrats, Royals fans. The weird sensation you're feeling is called "hope for the future".
 
2013-09-26 10:30:19 AM  
www.rjgeib.com
You know who else eliminated the Royals?
 
2013-09-26 10:31:46 AM  

Gonz: A winning season, and 158 games before they're officially eliminated?

Congrats, Royals fans. The weird sensation you're feeling is called "hope for the future".


Indeed. This is the first time I've followed daily standings through September for a long, long while.

/Still think the Myers trade will haunt them
 
2013-09-26 10:34:38 AM  
Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

I'm going Sunday, I should be easy to spot, lolol
 
2013-09-26 10:35:17 AM  
Maybe we can finally pry some of that moldy Walmart money out of Glass's fist and buy a another starter.
That and fire Yost.
 
2013-09-26 10:38:50 AM  
We're talking about elimination for 2014 now, right?
 
2013-09-26 10:43:20 AM  

error 303: We're talking about elimination for 2014 now, right?



Uzzah: Is it April already? I've got to get a better calendar.


Haters going to hate I see.
 
2013-09-26 10:47:00 AM  
It was a good run.
 
2013-09-26 10:48:03 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Maybe we can finally pry some of that moldy Walmart money out of Glass's fist and buy a another starter.
That and fire Yost.


Ya, they'll probably win 15 more games this year then last, have one of the best records sine the all-star break.  That's a firin'
 
2013-09-26 10:48:39 AM  
Maybe next century
 
2013-09-26 10:50:00 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: error 303: We're talking about elimination for 2014 now, right?


Uzzah: Is it April already? I've got to get a better calendar.

Haters going to hate I see.


Hey man, I live in Kansas City, just trying to avoid getting hopes up. :D Again. :(
 
2013-09-26 10:55:06 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: error 303: We're talking about elimination for 2014 now, right?


Uzzah: Is it April already? I've got to get a better calendar.

Haters going to hate I see.


I'm thinking more like weary fans.  The 80's were a long, long time ago...

Still, Royals had a winning season and stayed relevant into late September, the Chiefs start 3-0, Sporting KC is second in the East right now... a good time for sports in KC over all.
 
2013-09-26 10:57:06 AM  
Hey, maybe some of that young talent (paging Mr Hosmer and Mike M) will break through next year.

It's hard to believe that the Royals were once an elite franchise and I really hope this year isn't a blip. If only they could develop a pitching prospect.. maybe they wouldn't have to make the Myers-Shields trade.
 
2013-09-26 11:02:53 AM  

MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.


He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.
 
2013-09-26 11:06:25 AM  

Super Chronic: MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.


Love watching his little foot point during the windup.
 
2013-09-26 11:08:11 AM  

ladodger34: Hey, maybe some of that young talent (paging Mr Hosmer and Mike M) will break through next year.

It's hard to believe that the Royals were once an elite franchise and I really hope this year isn't a blip. If only they could develop a pitching prospect.. maybe they wouldn't have to make the Myers-Shields trade.




Hosmer is hitting around .300. Needs more power thou. Zimmer, Ventura or Duffy needs to step up. As for the elite franchise it's a tell of two owners. Kauffman was a model owner with a open but smart check book. Glass made is money at Walmart. Enough said

.

room at the top: Mid_mo_mad_man: Maybe we can finally pry some of that moldy Walmart money out of Glass's fist and buy a another starter.
That and fire Yost.

Ya, they'll probably win 15 more games this year then last, have one of the best records sine the all-star break.  That's a firin'


Sorta like firing Herzog?

Have you watched Yost ? He's a nice guy and all but needs to go.
 
2013-09-26 11:10:20 AM  

ladodger34: Hey, maybe some of that young talent (paging Mr Hosmer and Mike M) will break through next year


Hosmer in the second half was like a .320 hitter with a .380 OBP and .860 OPS. He's still missing a little power and could probably walk a little more (and cut down on the SO's), but I think it's OK to say he's arrived at this point.
 
2013-09-26 11:12:06 AM  
Sorry to be the spoilers and all, but the Mariners were working toward an equally important goal: avoiding a 90-loss season.  They'll have to sweep the final series of the season against the division champions, but hey, dare to dream.
 
2013-09-26 11:14:08 AM  
Keep the core as is.  If we can add another quality starter that would be a bonus.

We HAVE to get some power in RF and I hate to do it, but Butler can't DH. We need a power bat at DH. If Billy was hitting .330 and piling up the doubles, it would be different. But he has to hit a triple to get a double.

Hopefully with some pop added to the line it can help Moose and Hosmer relax and just hit.

Every game I watched this year they lost. So I would only listen to them on the radio or interwebs. The last three weeks has killed me, really wanted to flip the games on during this late season run (especially that 12 inning game in Seattle). but I knew if I watched, they would lose.

Yost leaving wouldn't break my heart.

this year was amazing, but now we will see if ownership is serious and makes the move to add pieces to win or just stands pat. If ownership does nothing or even trades away players, it will just be another kick in the balls that will take the fans years to get over.  Royals had fan support, and EVERYONE was talking about them all season. Even during the big losing streak in May, fans were cautiously optimistic. We have a chance to have an exciting team for the next 5-7 years, please don't screw this up by being cheap bastards.
 
2013-09-26 11:14:39 AM  
It was nice to see the Royals remain relevant for so long.  Given the terrible and atrocious seasons of years past, as well as the jokes that came along with it, this was a refreshing change.
 
2013-09-26 11:24:48 AM  
It's ok KC fans Andy Reid's son can probably hook you up with some heroin to ease the pain.
 
2013-09-26 11:27:35 AM  

MeatPopcicle: Keep the core as is.  If we can add another quality starter that would be a bonus.

We HAVE to get some power in RF and I hate to do it, but Butler can't DH. We need a power bat at DH. If Billy was hitting .330 and piling up the doubles, it would be different. But he has to hit a triple to get a double.

Hopefully with some pop added to the line it can help Moose and Hosmer relax and just hit.

Every game I watched this year they lost. So I would only listen to them on the radio or interwebs. The last three weeks has killed me, really wanted to flip the games on during this late season run (especially that 12 inning game in Seattle). but I knew if I watched, they would lose.

Yost leaving wouldn't break my heart.

this year was amazing, but now we will see if ownership is serious and makes the move to add pieces to win or just stands pat. If ownership does nothing or even trades away players, it will just be another kick in the balls that will take the fans years to get over.  Royals had fan support, and EVERYONE was talking about them all season. Even during the big losing streak in May, fans were cautiously optimistic. We have a chance to have an exciting team for the next 5-7 years, please don't screw this up by being cheap bastards.




Country Breakfast had for him a bad year. Average,doubles and rbi's are down. Let's not forget he was the offense for large stretches of the season. Was overreaching for awhile. According to local sports media Beltran is being targeted.


jayhawk88: ladodger34: Hey, maybe some of that young talent (paging Mr Hosmer and Mike M) will break through next year

Hosmer in the second half was like a .320 hitter with a .380 OBP and .860 OPS. He's still missing a little power and could probably walk a little more (and cut down on the SO's), but I think it's OK to say he's arrived at this point.


Hoz needs more power but he's turned it around. Perez is also a tale of to haves this season. Moose on the other hand is going to have to be put on a short least next year. It's time to step up. I'm thinking they scared to trade him and he end up like Gordon. A late bloomer.
 
2013-09-26 11:33:11 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Moose on the other hand is going to have to be put on a short least next year. It's time to step up. I'm thinking they scared to trade him and he end up like Gordon. A late bloomer.


I wish they could have convinced Brett to stick around for a little longer. It seemed like he was a genuine, positive influence on both those kids.
 
2013-09-26 11:35:30 AM  

freak7: Hopefully for them, none of their key players are free agents. No way they'll be able to resign them.




Chen and Santanna are fa's. Chen is saying he wants to stay. He's a dang fine bullpen pitcher. Santanna is interesting. It actually looks like KC is trying to bring him back. The fact that Kauffman is a not a home run park has helped him a lot. Most of the core is locked up. Gordon was probaly signed for less then his worth. Perez's contract was lopsided in KC's favor that some questioned his agent's ability.
 
2013-09-26 11:38:59 AM  

jayhawk88: Mid_mo_mad_man: Moose on the other hand is going to have to be put on a short least next year. It's time to step up. I'm thinking they scared to trade him and he end up like Gordon. A late bloomer.

I wish they could have convinced Brett to stick around for a little longer. It seemed like he was a genuine, positive influence on both those kids.




If you listen to what George said his main coaching task was to be the guy reinforcing the new hitting choaches message.
 
2013-09-26 11:44:26 AM  
Mid_mo_mad_man:

Sorta like firing Herzog?

Have you watched Yost ? He's a nice guy and all but needs to go.


I've watched him all season.  People don't like him because he's loyal to the players.  The players responded well to that.    

This topic reminds me of the 'trade Santana' in July.  Everybody wants to make a move, nobody has a name to replace him.  On the drive this morning, people were talking Girardi, Gibson, Scocsia etc...  We dream big here in KC.
 
2013-09-26 11:45:49 AM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Country Breakfast had for him a bad year. Average,doubles and rbi's are down. Let's not forget he was the offense for large stretches of the season. Was overreaching for awhile. According to local sports media Beltran is being targeted.


I know it was an off year, but we have to get some power. Sitting him down is a risk because he and his sauce were a rally point for the team, but we can't 'add power' to any position except RF and DH without blowing up a good infield. I'm not sold on Beltran, not sure why.

Maxwell and Bonifacio were very good additions, but not solutions

But imagine Hoz and Moose at the plate knowing someone Beltran-like was behind them. i think they both improve by adding another bat or two.
 
2013-09-26 11:49:05 AM  

room at the top: Mid_mo_mad_man:

Sorta like firing Herzog?

Have you watched Yost ? He's a nice guy and all but needs to go.

I've watched him all season.  People don't like him because he's loyal to the players.  The players responded well to that.    

This topic reminds me of the 'trade Santana' in July.  Everybody wants to make a move, nobody has a name to replace him.  On the drive this morning, people were talking Girardi, Gibson, Scocsia etc...  We dream big here in KC.




He can't seem to pull a starter. We have a great pen. Use it!

Laugh if you want but KC does have a lot to offer a skipper right now.
 
2013-09-26 11:57:51 AM  

MeatPopcicle: Mid_mo_mad_man: Country Breakfast had for him a bad year. Average,doubles and rbi's are down. Let's not forget he was the offense for large stretches of the season. Was overreaching for awhile. According to local sports media Beltran is being targeted.

I know it was an off year, but we have to get some power. Sitting him down is a risk because he and his sauce were a rally point for the team, but we can't 'add power' to any position except RF and DH without blowing up a good infield. I'm not sold on Beltran, not sure why.

Maxwell and Bonifacio were very good additions, but not solutions

But imagine Hoz and Moose at the plate knowing someone Beltran-like was behind them. i think they both improve by adding another bat or two.


.

Bonifiaco has hit over 300 since coming to KC. He's are 2b barring some kinda of trade. Getting power is a must. Hochevar for a power hitting rf would be possible. Closers are always in demand. Toss in Getz just to unload him
 
2013-09-26 12:07:07 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Bonifiaco has hit over 300 since coming to KC. He's are 2b barring some kinda of trade. Getting power is a must. Hochevar for a power hitting rf would be possible. Closers are always in demand. Toss in Getz just to unload him


Yep. we have good problem, in that we are set all around the infield and CF and LF. And the fans like all the players, Santanta, Chen, Getz, Butler, Lough, even Frenchy. But some of these players will be gone, I just hope we get what we need. They have made good moves the last 18 months (even if one doesn't fully agree with the Myers deal) to get this team winning now, not in 4 years.. now.
 
2013-09-26 12:19:08 PM  

MFAWG: Super Chronic: MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.

Love watching his little foot point during the windup.


I'm sure he'll be a yankee next year. I can't imagine the mariners will pay for two good starters when they can trade one away for three minors league players they will also trade the second they look good.
 
2013-09-26 12:56:11 PM  

MeatPopcicle: Keep the core as is.  If we can add another quality starter that would be a bonus.

We HAVE to get some power in RF and I hate to do it, but Butler can't DH. We need a power bat at DH. If Billy was hitting .330 and piling up the doubles, it would be different. But he has to hit a triple to get a double.

Hopefully with some pop added to the line it can help Moose and Hosmer relax and just hit.

Every game I watched this year they lost. So I would only listen to them on the radio or interwebs. The last three weeks has killed me, really wanted to flip the games on during this late season run (especially that 12 inning game in Seattle). but I knew if I watched, they would lose.

Yost leaving wouldn't break my heart.

this year was amazing, but now we will see if ownership is serious and makes the move to add pieces to win or just stands pat. If ownership does nothing or even trades away players, it will just be another kick in the balls that will take the fans years to get over.  Royals had fan support, and EVERYONE was talking about them all season. Even during the big losing streak in May, fans were cautiously optimistic. We have a chance to have an exciting team for the next 5-7 years, please don't screw this up by being cheap bastards.


Interesting... I went to 12 games this season and they won every one.

I agree that Butler has to go.  Unless MLB allows us to cover the bases in gravy, he just doesn't fit the DH profile that the Royals need to succeed.

/We probably shouldn't be in the same room together because of the whole 'end of the universe' thing.
 
2013-09-26 01:01:27 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: Bonifiaco has hit over 300 since coming to KC. He's are 2b barring some kinda of trade. Getting power is a must. Hochevar for a power hitting rf would be possible. Closers are always in demand. Toss in Getz just to unload him


A reliever who wildly outperformed peripherals (his ERA was helped by a .212 BABIP & 91.9 LOB% vs. normal career rates of .297 & 64.7) after failing out of the rotation and a replacement level 2nd baseman are not going to fetch much of anything. It might bring back a borderline albatross contract on the level of Nick Markakis or B.J. Upton if the other team were willing to eat some of the remaining cash. At the very least, nothing of real value unless Dayton Moore's secret blackmail portfolio includes other GMs in compromising positions.
 
2013-09-26 01:22:10 PM  

studleystudstutterson: Mid_mo_mad_man: Bonifiaco has hit over 300 since coming to KC. He's are 2b barring some kinda of trade. Getting power is a must. Hochevar for a power hitting rf would be possible. Closers are always in demand. Toss in Getz just to unload him

A reliever who wildly outperformed peripherals (his ERA was helped by a .212 BABIP & 91.9 LOB% vs. normal career rates of .297 & 64.7) after failing out of the rotation and a replacement level 2nd baseman are not going to fetch much of anything. It might bring back a borderline albatross contract on the level of Nick Markakis or B.J. Upton if the other team were willing to eat some of the remaining cash. At the very least, nothing of real value unless Dayton Moore's secret blackmail portfolio includes other GMs in compromising positions.




I would trade Getz for a sack of potatoes. I just want him gone
 
2013-09-26 01:24:03 PM  
Bummer, it's Royals Elimination Day

Why? The song is not that bad...
 
2013-09-26 02:17:14 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: I would trade Getz for a sack of potatoes. I just want him gone


Teahen for Getz and Fields -- the ever-popular "everyone lost" trade
 
2013-09-26 02:38:12 PM  
www.billboard.com


WHAT? NO!
 
2013-09-26 02:49:17 PM  

kcfarker: Interesting... I went to 12 games this season and they won every one.

I agree that Butler has to go. Unless MLB allows us to cover the bases in gravy, he just doesn't fit the DH profile that the Royals need to succeed.

/We probably shouldn't be in the same room together because of the whole 'end of the universe' thing.


I went to 3 games and they won each of those. I can listen on the radio, just can't watch!

Or maybe we just need to make sure one of us it at every home game... 81-0!
 
2013-09-26 02:52:29 PM  

SenorBenedict: MFAWG: Super Chronic: MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.

Love watching his little foot point during the windup.

I'm sure he'll be a yankee next year. I can't imagine the mariners will pay for two good starters when they can trade one away for three minors league players they will also trade the second they look good.


Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.
 
2013-09-26 03:18:34 PM  
MFAWG:

Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.

Didn't the guy who saved the mariners die recently? I don't think they are long for Seattle with their attendance figures and horrible performance. Wedge is complaining the team is so bad it gave him a stroke, so another new manager that will last one maybe two years, and another sub .500 season.

I'm sure Selig has them on the sonics track to wind up in Las Vegas.
 
2013-09-26 03:22:43 PM  

SenorBenedict: MFAWG:

Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.

Didn't the guy who saved the mariners die recently? I don't think they are long for Seattle with their attendance figures and horrible performance. Wedge is complaining the team is so bad it gave him a stroke, so another new manager that will last one maybe two years, and another sub .500 season.

I'm sure Selig has them on the sonics track to wind up in Las Vegas.


Point of fact: it was actually a winning streak that gave Wedge the stroke.

Before the owner died, the rumor was that they were going to transfer enough shares to the local minority owner to make him the majority owner.

Nobody knows what the hell is going to happen now.
 
2013-09-26 03:24:20 PM  
PS: The team actually turns a profit, or it did through 2012.
 
2013-09-26 03:32:47 PM  

MFAWG: SenorBenedict: MFAWG: Super Chronic: MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.

Love watching his little foot point during the windup.

I'm sure he'll be a yankee next year. I can't imagine the mariners will pay for two good starters when they can trade one away for three minors league players they will also trade the second they look good.

Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.


Ichiro would like a word.  And that word would be "wrong".
 
2013-09-26 03:36:42 PM  

Dogpants: MFAWG: SenorBenedict: MFAWG: Super Chronic: MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.

Love watching his little foot point during the windup.

I'm sure he'll be a yankee next year. I can't imagine the mariners will pay for two good starters when they can trade one away for three minors league players they will also trade the second they look good.

Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.

Ichiro would like a word.  And that word would be "wrong".


Ehh when they let him go he wasn't in his prime like Iwakuma is. I think he was a sub .300 hitter for the Yankees this year. It was nice to see Brendan Ryan continued his amazing hitting from the mariners on the yankees, I think he struck out three times last night.
 
2013-09-26 03:39:28 PM  
Condolences Royals fans. Youll get em next year
 
2013-09-26 04:15:29 PM  

Dogpants: MFAWG: SenorBenedict: MFAWG: Super Chronic: MFAWG: Iwakuma is the best pitcher on the M's the last few weeks, so don't feel too bad.

He'd be a legit CYA candidate if he played for a better team.  Somehow I don't see this year's voters ignoring traditional stats the way they did for Felix.  Iwakuma has a lower ERA, more IP and a higher WAR than Max Scherzer, who I assume is the frontrunner.

Love watching his little foot point during the windup.

I'm sure he'll be a yankee next year. I can't imagine the mariners will pay for two good starters when they can trade one away for three minors league players they will also trade the second they look good.

Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.

Ichiro would like a word.  And that word would be "wrong".


Ichiro is a Yankee because Ichiro wanted to be a Yankee. We paid them to take him.
 
2013-09-26 04:28:06 PM  

SenorBenedict: MFAWG:

Trade the top Japanese player on a team owned by a Japanese family? Ain't happening. Gotta keep those tour buses coming.

Didn't the guy who saved the mariners die recently? I don't think they are long for Seattle with their attendance figures and horrible performance. Wedge is complaining the team is so bad it gave him a stroke, so another new manager that will last one maybe two years, and another sub .500 season.

I'm sure Selig has them on the sonics track to wind up in Las Vegas.


Today in Sad farking Facts:

Three of the five teams behind Seattle in average attendance are/were playoff contenders: Cleveland, Tampa Bay, and Kansas City.

Tampa Bay HAS to be the first team to move.  I don't want to hear about TV numbers or bridges.
 
2013-09-26 04:32:01 PM  

Mid_mo_mad_man: studleystudstutterson: Mid_mo_mad_man: Bonifiaco has hit over 300 since coming to KC. He's are 2b barring some kinda of trade. Getting power is a must. Hochevar for a power hitting rf would be possible. Closers are always in demand. Toss in Getz just to unload him

A reliever who wildly outperformed peripherals (his ERA was helped by a .212 BABIP & 91.9 LOB% vs. normal career rates of .297 & 64.7) after failing out of the rotation and a replacement level 2nd baseman are not going to fetch much of anything. It might bring back a borderline albatross contract on the level of Nick Markakis or B.J. Upton if the other team were willing to eat some of the remaining cash. At the very least, nothing of real value unless Dayton Moore's secret blackmail portfolio includes other GMs in compromising positions.

I would trade Getz for a sack of potatoes. I just want him gone


Dude's deal is done, no need to trade...
 
2013-09-26 05:49:37 PM  

MFAWG: Ichiro is a Yankee because Ichiro wanted to be a Yankee. We paid them to take him.


And got back the team's current closer in exchange.  (OK, so he became the closer only after everyone else had failed -- but he did well and held onto the job, unlike those others.)  Not bad, really.
 
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