2018 Official Royals Farm Report: Bullpen

I hope everyone is having a fantastic morning on this cold January day (no school for me, yay!). I am here to bring you the coverage on our farm system’s bullpen. As of today, we have covered the catchers, the outfielders, the speedsters, the middle infielders, and the corner infielders. Now we move to what…

Prospect Watch: Anderson Miller

The third round pick of the 2015 draft, Anderson Miller split the year at High A Wilmington and Double A NW Arkansas where he slashed .263/.330/.376/.701 between the two levels. Upon his proposition to NW Arkansas(.230/.263/.296/.559), he did not do nearly as well as he did at Wilmington (.290/.378/.439/.817) which is expected for a 23…

Prospect Watch: Marten Gasparini

Originally hailed as the second-coming of ‘Derek Jeter’ by the Director of the Italian Baseball Academy, Bill Holmberg. That was back when he played shortstop, now he’s strictly an outfielder. According to MLB.com, the 20-year-old is the Royals 19th ranked prospect and at the Royals Farm Report, we have him ranked 47th. Coming off the…

Prospects We’re Thankful For

This Thanksgiving a prospect that I am thankful for is Richard Lovelady. A left-handed reliever who can reach the mid to upper-nineties with his fastball and possesses a sweeping slider in his back pocket: he could be the anchor in Kansas City’s bullpen by the end of next year. I have a million things to…

Prospect Watch: Miguel Almonte

Ranked as the #8 prospect in the Royals organization by MLB.com this past season, he was sidelined late in August with a right rotator cuff strain that ended his 2017 campaign. The future is brighter than it once was for Almonte, who in 2016, pitched to a screeching tune of a 5.55 ERA over 60…

Prospect Watch: Bubba Starling

 The Obvious Looking back on the 2011 MLB draft, the Royals decided to go with Bubba with the 5th overall pick, and we can obviously say now that this was a missed pick, but at the same time can we blame Dayton Moore? A potential five-tool outfielder standing 6’4” who, according to dataomaha.com, ran a…