Minor League Minutes for 4/3/18: Royals become first MLB team to sign a player with autism

ICYMI: the Kansas City Royals signed Tarik El-Abour out of the independent Empire League. El-Abour is believed to be the first autistic professional baseball player to sign with a Major League team.

The Royals actually DFA’d Miguel Almonte yesterday. It was not a late April fools joke.

Tim Hill made his MLB debut on Opening Day, and looked great in his second appearance on Saturday night.

What’s up with Danny Duffy’s velocity?

You may as well get used to seeing Brandon Maurer trot out of the Royals bullpen.

There’s a convenient place for you to get video of all of your favorite Royals prospects.

Minor league rosters were unveiled yesterday.

Congratulations to Villanova on winning the 2018 NCAA Men’s Basketball National Championship, and to Notre Dame one winning the Women’s National Championship!

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