Kansas City Baseball Vault: Royals Blogger Roundtable

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We gathered a handful of Royals bloggers together to discuss the Royals in a roundtable format in the latest Kansas City Baseball Vault.

 The discussion ranged from the Royals inability to develop pitching and what it means for next season and the offseason, as well as what moves or pitchers might be necessary to go after to turn things around, to the 40 man roster and who might be left off and who might stay on, and finally, wrapped up with a discussion on the Royals as an organization and their hesitance to adapt to new media, their approach to traditional and new media, and how a little adaptation might benefit everyone.

We’d really like to thank Dave Lesky (@DBLesky) from Pine Tar Press, Jeff Parker (@RoyallySpeaking) from Royally Speaking and Matt Whitener (@CheapSeatFan) from I-70 Baseball for joining us in the discussion.

Download the full mp3 here or listen in the embedded player above.
The Kansas City Baseball Vault is a live podcast every Saturday at 11 a.m. that covers the Royals, their minor league affiliates and other aspects of baseball in Kansas City.

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