Prospect Interview: Marlin Willis, Jr.

Royals Farm Report is once again pleased to bring the fans another player interview, this time with stand out lefty Marlin Willis, Jr.  Marlin was taken with the 540th pick overall out of McEachern High School in Georgia in the 2017 First Year Player Draft.  The Royals were fortunate to convince Marlin to forgo his…

Spring Training Preparation: Chase Vallot

Royals Farm Report was able to talk with a few of the Royals prospects as they prepared for spring training this year.  We hope to give you more insight into what these guys do and how they prepare for a long season.  The preparation to start the 2018 season is different for many players.  I…

Spring Training Preparation: Nolan Watson

Royals Farm Report was able to talk with a few of the Royals prospects as they prepared for spring training this year.  We hope to give you more insight into what these guys do and how they prepare for a long season.  With recent injuries under his belt 2015 first round draft pick, Nolan Watson has…

Player Interview: Charlie Neuweiler

Happy birthday Mr. Neuweiler!  Today this Royals farm hand turns 19 years old.  Eighteen was very kind to Charlie, but we here at Royals Farm Report think it’s only the beginning for this young right-handed pitcher out of Monsignor McClancy High in New York.  Tabbed with the 150th pick of the 2017 draft, the Royals found a young man capable…

Interviewing Royals Rule 5 Pick Brad Keller

Immediately after the 2017 Rule 5 Draft had concluded, it appeared that the Royals had opted not to make a selection. In what appears to be a likely rebuild for KC in 2018, I had expected them to make at least one pick in the draft. I was disappointed to say the least… for about…

Interviewing the Royals Top Prospect: Nick Pratto

When the Kansas City Royals drafted Nick Pratto in the first round of the MLB Draft this past June, the Eric Hosmer comparisons started rolling. Great athlete, knack for hitting the baseball, potential Gold Glove first baseman, power may or may not develop from the left side. Anytime you draft a high school first baseman…