Royals Rumblings – News for May 27, 2022
Mike Mateni gives an update for Salvador Perez.
Perez did both punching and grabbing exercises before Thursday’s cotton training on Target Field. The 10 days he has to miss will be completed on Friday, but there will probably be at least one more day of training and work and getting out of it without pain before he is considered to recover from IL.
“He’s a champion (in a nutshell),” Royals manager Mike Mateni told Perez. “… We need to see both. He did both today and we’re just waiting to see how he feels. “
Lynn Worthy talks to Brewer Hicklen about his call.
“I don’t think what comes first for me is necessarily all the success I’ve had, let alone the failure,” Hicklen said. “Many people let failure determine them. Only 12 months ago I was in Double-A and I really was at the lowest point in my life. I remember being right in Frisco and in the field and fighting so badly that I didn’t know if I was ever good enough to be here. I said this might be the end for me. I just don’t know if I’ll ever understand. “
Alex Duvall in Royals Farm Report writes about the reasons for optimism in the farm system.
Massey’s 119 wRC + (meaning he was 19% better than the average striker in the league) is good for the 77th best score among 216 qualified strikers in AA this year. The biggest reason for the difference between Massey’s perceived production and the rest of the league is the fact that it is in 51st place. the lowest BB% in all AAs at 7.4%. The average BB% in AA is currently over 10%. Massey swings a LOT. That’s not a bad thing at all, but we’ve seen with guys like Salvador Perez in the big league that you can lead all MLBs in home runs and still only have the 37th best wRC + if you’re not so good at base. often.
Kevin O’Brien at the Royals Reporter looking at what’s wrong with the fur.
Although Barlow has been struggling lately, his high WPA and positive exclusion-breakout ratio mean he is still an assistant who can be trusted for Matheny. Garrett also performs well at WPA and context-neutral winning end with 0.37 and 0.33 ratings, respectively. Although his 20 percent walking speed is alarming, it must continue to be used in crucial situations, especially against left-wing teams.
Clark and, surprisingly, Staumount deserve some reserve in the late innings.
America writes about baseball some of the players from each team who make the biggest leap in their lists of promising teams.
Drew ParishLHP (Moved from NR to № 18)
The Florida product dominates the double-A attackers on his return to Northwest Arkansas, with his strengths being a fast ball that lands on all squares of the plate and plus a change in heater-like terrain characteristics. He complements his arsenal with a curve in the process of work, which is usually thrown at the number of attackers. He is not superb, with the fast ball sitting at 88-92 mph, but he succeeds with great confidence and mobility.
The royal members raised ooutfielder John Rave and infielder Nathan Eaton for Omaha.
Jim Callis of MLB Pipeline projects prepare outfielder Justin Crawford for the royal family.
Salvador Perez was on a Ben Verlander podcast.
The son of former Royals outfielder Jermaine Day will play football in Kansas.
Keith Law has been reworking the project since 2012, when the royal families took Kyle Zimmer.
the Yankees sign infielder Matt Carpenter.
Peter Gammons in The Athletic writes about the accumulation of injuries to the pitcher.
MLB will allow teams to carry 14 pitchers until June 19.
Josh Donaldson apologizes to Jackie Robinson Rachel’s wife.
MLB sends a note reprimanding some teams not providing acceptable accommodation for women traveling with opposing teams.
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