After making a run for a playoff birth last season the Kansas City Royals are looking to snag that spot in 2014. What left them out of a shot for the series? The answer is simply offensive. The pitching was there as the Royals staff led the league in ERA. Their defense was solid with three gold glove award winners to back that pitching up. They even stole bases, leading all of Major League Baseball in that category. The next step KC needs to take is adding some bats to the lineup and that is exactly what general manager Dayton Moore has in his plan. Thus far outfielder Norichika Aoki has been acquired through a trade to the Brewers to fill their lead-off spot and Omar Infante signed for four years to strengthen the lineup. The Royals owner David Glass knows that he is going to have to spend some money in order to take the team to the next level and that is exactly what they intend to do.
They Kansas City Royals were ten games above .500 last season and are looking to build on that this year. Not having been to the playoffs since they won the World Series in 1985 has left KC fans with a bitter taste. Hopefully this year the team can bring solid baseball back to the Kansas City and possibly build a respectable organization. The beautiful Kauffman Stadium is looking to fill its seats this year and what better way than to introduce a team that will contend for a playoff spot.
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