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The Astros once again held the #1 pick for 2013 and went for Stanford pitcher Mark Appel. The Chicago Cubs held the #2 slot and selected Kris Bryant. The 2013 draft was a strange one for Kansas City. They held the #8 pick and selected Stephen F. Austin infielder Hunter Dozier, who was a star in college. They passed on Austin Meadows, Tim Anderson, Aaron Judge, and Corey Knebel to take Dozier. Later in the first, Kansas City selected pitcher Sean Manaea with pick #34.

Cody Bellinger was the mid-round steal, going to the Dodgers in the 4th. Jeff McNeil went to the Mets in the 12th. Eleven of the Royals forty-one picks have made the majors, including Ryan McBroom, their 36th Cheap Kansas City Royals Jerseys round selection, who did not sign. The Royals later acquired him from the Yankees. Other selections were Kevin McCarthy (16th), Frank Schwindel (18th) and Glenn Sparkman (20th). Two of the Royals picks in this draft, Manaea and Cody Reed (2nd/46) were later swapped to Oakland (Manaea and Aaron Brooks for Ben Zobrist) and Cincinnati (Reed, Brandon Finnegan and John Lamb for Johnny Cueto). Cueto and Zobrist were instrumental in helping secure the Royals World Series title in 2015, so there’s that.

The Royals were finding some players, just not any who would make a big impact. This draft has produced 10.7 WAR with 8.8 of that coming from Manaea.

Grade: C+

2014
For the third year in a row, Houston held the #1 pick and in the 2014 draft used it on Brady Aiken, a high school pitcher from San Diego. Kansas City held the 17th pick and selected TCU pitcher Brandon Finnegan. The best first-round selection was Matt Chapman, who went to Oakland with pick #25. Jack Flaherty went to the Cardinals with pick #34 and has shown flashes of becoming a solid pitcher. Kansas City also held pick #28 and selected pitcher Foster Griffin, who is no longer in the organization.

Eight of their forty-two picks have made the majors, including Scott Blewett (2nd), Eric Skoglund (3rd), and Ryan O’Hearn (8th). The Royals’ best late-round selection was pitcher Tim Hill in the 32nd. Hill is now with the Padres, who are something of Kansas City Royals West, what with all the ex-Royals they have.

Kansas City’s biggest mid-round miss would have been pitcher John Means, who played high school ball at nearby Gardner-Edgerton High School, the same school that produced Bubba Starling. Means made the American League All-Star team in 2019. Baltimore got him in the 11th round. In the 37th round the Detroit Tigers selected Whitehouse Texas high school pitcher Patrick Mahomes. Fortunately, Mahomes elected to play football.

Other than missing on Chapman and Means, it’s hard to say what the Royals could have done differently in this draft, which was light on impact players. The draft has produced -.1 WAR for the Royals.

Grade: D

2015
The Arizona Diamondbacks held the #1 pick in the 2015 draft and used it on Dansby Swanson. Houston had the second and fifth picks in the first round, with the second being compensation for failing to sign Brady Aiken the year before. The Astros did well by selecting Alex Bregman at #2. The Royals had the 21st pick and selected Indiana high school pitcher Ashe Russell. Russell was Indiana’s Gatorade High School player of the year but ran into personal issues and was not ready to make the leap to professional baseball. He underwent Tommy John surgery in 2019 and remains part of the Royals organization.

Three picks later, the Dodgers selected Vanderbilt pitcher Walker Buehler, who looks like he’s going to be a star. The Royals had a second first-round pick at #33 and plucked another pitcher out of the Indiana high school waters, Nolan Watson. Watson was last seen marooned at Wilmington, no closer to the big leagues than the day he left Lawrence North High School.

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Aside from five or six players early in the first round, this draft has been one of the weaker in recent memory. The Royals scored a huge hit with their second-round selection, fireballer Josh Staumont. Nick Dini, a scrappy catcher selected in the 14th round is their only other player to appear in a big-league game. Unless Russell grows into the maturity needed to be a professional athlete, Staumont will be the only one of the Royals’ 41 picks to make an impact. Brandon Lowe and Harrison Bader were both excellent 3rd round picks. The Cardinals scored again with Paul DeJong in the 4th. Jake Cronenworth was a nice 7th round pick by Tampa. Nick Madrigal was a solid find in the 17th by the Indians, but they were unable to sign him. The highlight of draft analysis for me is seeing players like Daniel Zamora, picked in the 40th round, pick #1207, eight picks from the end of the draft, make it to the bigs. Zamora has appeared in 33 games in his young career with the Mets. Well done Mr. Zamora.

Grade: D (could end higher depending on Staumont’s career)

2016
The Philadelphia Phillies held the #1 pick in the 2016 draft and selected California high school outfielder Mickey Moniak, who made his debut in 2020 as a 22-year-old. Kansas City did not have a first-round selection due to signing free agent Ian Kennedy. With their first pick, #67 of the 2nd round, they selected Pepperdine pitcher A.J. Puckett. Puckett was part of a trade package to division rival Chicago White Sox to bring Melky Cabrera back to Kansas City for 58 games in 2017. What a waste that was. Now the draft analysis is becoming more difficult. The Royals took Khalil Lee in the 3rd, and he could still develop into something. Nicky Lopez was their 5th round choice and we’ve possibly seen his upside. Richard Lovelady was a 10th round choice and one of my personal favorites, Nick Heath, was selected in the 16th. Four of their thirty-nine picks have made the majors with Lopez being the WAR leader at this point.

There were a few early ascenders: Pete Alonso to the Mets with the 64th pick in the 2nd round. Shane Bieber went to the Indians in the 4th. Cavan Biggio went to the Blue Jays in the 5th. Tony Gonsolin is looking like a decent pick for the Dodgers in the 9th. Zach Plesac was another Cleveland find in the 12th.

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SURPRISE, Ariz. — The Royals continue add familiar faces to their roster, signing veteran outfielder Jarrod Dyson to a one-year Major League deal, the club announced Friday night.

The Royals will pay Dyson $1.5 million with $250,000 in performance bonuses based on plate appearances, a source told MLB.com.

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Dyson won the World Series with the club in 2015, scoring the title-clinching run on Christian Colon’s 12th-inning single in Game 5 of the Fall Classic against the Mets at Citi Field. A 50th-round Draft pick in the 2006 MLB Draft, Dyson went on to be a key part of the Royals’ back-to-back pennant-winning teams. He coined the phrase, “That’s what speed do,” in 2014, which became a rallying cry over the next two years at Kauffman Stadium.

The Royals traded Dyson to the Mariners for right-hander Nate Karns in 2017, and the outfielder went on to play two seasons with the D-backs before appearing in 32 games for the Pirates and White Sox in ’20.

Dyson is the latest member of the 2015 Royals to return to the club for ’21, joining relievers Greg Holland and Wade Davis. Holland signed a one-year deal with Kansas City in December after pitching for the team in 2020, and Davis signed a Minor League contract in January.

Left-hander Mike Minor and right-hander Ervin Santana are also former Royals who have played in other organizations and signed back with the club this offseason. The Royals have put an emphasis on leadership in their camp this spring, hoping that the veterans added can leave an imprint both on and off the field on their young core of players rising in the big leagues or on the verge of making their debuts.

Dyson will likely slot in as the Royals’ fourth outfielder, joining left fielder Andrew Benintendi, center fielder Michael A. Taylor and right fielder Whit Merrifield. Outfield prospects Nick Heath and Edward Olivares are vying for bench spots this spring, but adding Dyson to the mix gives the Royals another left-handed bat in their lineup and more veteran experience in their outfield.

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GOODYEAR, Ariz. (KSNT) – In a back and fourth thriller, the Royals were able to hold on to their hard-earned victory, beating the Indians 8-6.

Royals pitcher Jackson Kowar earned the Stitched Kansas City Royals Jerseys win for Kansas City, Shane Bieber was handed the loss for Cleveland, and Collin Snider gets the save for the Royals.

Ryan McBroom led the way for the Royals offense. McBroom went 2-3 with one homerun, a double, and three runs batted in. Bubba Starling also had a productive day, contributing with three hits.

The Royals established the offense quickly in Monday’s matchup. Kansas City tallied up four runs in the top of the second inning. Emmanuel Rivera hit a two-RBI double, Nick Heath had a RBI single, and top prospect Bobby Witt Jr. also had a RBI single.

2020 American League CY Young winner, Shane Bieber, exited the game in the top of the second after allowing four hits, four runs, three errors, a walk, and three strikeouts. Kansas City pitcher Jackson Kowar’s day ended after two innings allowing three hits, no runs, no errors, no walks, and two strikeouts.

The offense didn’t register another run until the sixth inning. Ryan McBroom knocked a line drive double and scored in Kyle Isbel in the top of the sixth.

In the top of the eighth inning, Ryan McBroom hit a two run homerun off of southpaw, Scott Moss. The homerun extended the Royals lead to 7-3.

In the bottom of the eighth, Ernie Clement hit a two-RBI single and George Valera scored on an error committed by Nick Loftin. The Indians chipped away at the deficit and were only trailing 7-6.

In the top of the ninth, Seuly Matias hit a solo homerun for the Royals to extend the lead 8-6.

Similar to Sunday, Kansas City had a plethora of pitchers throw on the rubber on Monday. Jackson Kowar, Angel Zerpa, Jake Kalish, Jesse Hahn, Jake Brentz, Gabe Speier, Jake Newberry, and Collin Snider.

The Kansas City Royals (2-0) will take a short bus trip to Sloan Park in Mesa, Ariz. on Tuesday to take on the Chicago Cubs (1-0). Jakob Junis is set to make the start for Kansas City and Adbert Alzolay is also set to start for the Cubs on Tuesday.