Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports
Just because the Kansas City Royals season has ended does not mean that baseball is over.
It has been just about three and a half weeks since the Kansas City Royals were hoisting the Commissioner’s Trophy at Citi Field. In 83 days and a handful of hours, according to the Spring Training Countdown, Spring Training and the hope of a new season will be there. In the meantime, there are plenty of free agent rumors to keep our attention on the game we enjoy so much.
In this lull between seasons, there is still baseball being played. The Arizona Fall League finished their season last week, but the Winter Leagues are in full swing. There is still plenty of baseball out there; it is just not as easy to locate as major or minor league action.
These leagues also feature several members of the Royals organization. Several top prospects have been on the field this fall, with players appearing on three different continents. It can certainly be a lot to keep track of.
So, let us take a look around these Fall and Winter Leagues. Who has impressed, and who has struggled thus far? Our trek will begin with the recently completed Arizona Fall League, where several Kansas City Royals prospects got to perform against some top minor league talent.
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