All eyes will be on the battle for the right-field job this spring in Royals camp.
When Royals general manager Dayton Moore made the decision to sign speedy center fielder Billy Hamilton, Moore noted the obvious fall-off the team had defensively when it lost free agent Lorenzo Cain after the 2017 season.
The next five weeks will see lots of shuffling on Major League rosters. Here are the most intriguing positional battles on each of the 30 MLB clubs.
Adalberto Mondesi, 23, will try to transition what he did last season into a full season. He is now the starting shortstop entering a season for the first time, after the departure of Alcides Escobar.
Can Rule 5 Draft pick and right-hander Sam McWilliams be the next Brad Keller for the Royals? Club officials hope for a similar success story.
On this opening week of Spring Training, all 30 Major League teams have one thing in common: optimism. Here's an optimism cheat sheet for each of them.
Something remarkable happened recently at the Royals' Dominican Republic Academy: Fourteen of their players received their high school degrees.
After successful Tommy John surgery in September 2017, Royals right-hander Drew Storen, 31, believes he has that magical spin back on his slider.
Royals left-hander Eric Skoglund said Saturday that he doesn't know what he ingested that caused him to fail a drug test that led to an 80-game suspension for being in violation of Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
Veteran reliever Drew Storen on Friday agreed to a Minor League deal with the Royals.