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Royally Speaking Thursday, June 16, 2016 Multi-hit Whit Whit Merrifield has been racking up multi-hit games at an outstanding pace since his promotion. It turns out he's amassed more than any Royal ever through 24 games. Most multi-hit games by a Royal in the first 24 games of a career: Rk Player Year #Matching 1 Whit Merrifield 2016 11 2 Irving Falu 2012 10 3 Mike Aviles 2008 10 4 Kevin Seitzer 1986 9 5 Hector Ortiz 2000 9 6 Eric Hosmer 2011 9 7 Terry Shumpert 1990 8 8 Brian McRae 1990 8 9 Mike Macfarlane 1988 8 10 Mike Kingery 1986 8 Provided by View Play Index Tool Used Generated 6/16/2016. Posted by Jeff Parker at 2:12 PM No comments: Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, June 10, 2016 Most WAR, 67th Overall Selections Last night the Royals took right-handed pitcher A.J. Puckett of Pepperdine with the 67th pick in the MLB draft. That's basically all I know about the guy. Keith Law I am not. But I did start wondering how previous 67th overall June picks performed in their careers so I fired up the baseball-reference machine to take a look. Year Tm Name Pos WAR ? 1970 Cubs Rick Reuschel (minors) RHP 70.0 1971 Yankees Ron Guidry (minors) LHP 48.1 1983 Angels via Yankees *Wally Joyner (minors) 1B 35.7 1978 Cardinals Mike Moore (minors) RHP 28.5 2007 Nationals via Cubs *Jordan Zimmermann (minors) RHP 22.6 2004 Athletics Kurt Suzuki (minors) C 14.4 1977 Twins Roger Erickson (minors) RHP 8.1 2000 Astros Chad Qualls (minors) RHP 6.3 1985 Twins Paul Abbott (minors) RHP 4.7 1976 Dodgers Max Venable (minors) OF 1.0 1974 Giants Alan Wirth (minors) RHP 0.8 1968 Braves Mike McQueen (minors) LHP 0.3 1987 Royals Stu Cole (minors) SS 0.1 1973 Tigers Bob Adams (minors) 3B -0.0 1993 Athletics Jeff D'Amico (minors) SS -0.3 2001 Mariners Mike Wilson (minors) OF -0.4 1969 Tigers Bill Gilbreth (minors) LHP -0.9 1966 Cardinals Bob Spence (minors) 1B -0.9 1998 Yankees Randy Keisler (minors) LHP -1.5 2015 Dodgers Mitch Hansen (minors) OF 2014 Red Sox Sam Travis (minors) 1B 2013 Reds Kevin Franklin (minors) 3B 2012 Cubs Duane Underwood (minors) RHP 2011 Indians Dillon Howard (minors) RHP 2010 Mariners Marcus Littlewood (minors) SS 2009 Cardinals Robert Stock (minors) C 2008 Tigers Cody Satterwhite (minors) RHP 2006 Astros Sergio Perez (minors) RHP 2005 Rangers John Whittleman (minors) 3B 2003 Braves Paul Bacot (minors) RHP 2002 Athletics Steve Stanley (minors) OF 1999 Rockies Ryan Kibler (minors) RHP 1997 Indians via White Sox *Edgar Cruz (minors) C 1996 Twins Dan Cey (minors) SS 1995 Rockies Chris Macca (minors) RHP 1994 Brewers Larry Barnes (minors) RHP 1992 Angels *Marquis Riley (minors) OF 1991 Red Sox Chad Schoenvogel (minors) RHP 1990 White Sox *Eric Maloney (minors) RHP 1989 White Sox Todd Martin (minors) SS 1988 White Sox Mike Mitchener (minors) RHP 1986 Athletics Darrin Duffy (minors) SS 1984 Expos Kevin Garner (minors) RHP 1982 Phillies Kevin Ross (minors) OF 1981 Reds Delwyn Young (minors) SS 1980 Cardinals Dan Stryffler (minors) OF 1979 Angels Mickey Saatzer (minors) RHP 1975 Yankees Nate Chapman (minors) OF 1972 Giants Mike Kirkland (minors) 3B 1967 Athletics Vic Sciamarelli (minors) OF 1965 Angels John Olerud (minors) C Provided by View Original Table Generated 6/10/2016. Of the fifty-one picks between 1965 and 2015 only nineteen made it to the major leagues. Of those nineteen only six posted double digit WAR in their careers. It's a tough road to stardom. Posted by Jeff Parker at 10:52 AM Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Friday, June 3, 2016 The Omar Problem The first update in All Star voting was released this week and, predictably, baseball writers far and wide freaked the hell out. Apparently it's a big deal that Omar Infante is second behind Jose Altuve. Last time I checked, the player finishing second doesn't receive an automatic invite to the game. Maybe that changed last winter. I don't know. I was on a pretty big World Series high and may have missed a few things. I feel comfortable in believing that Infante will not get voted in this year. The AL vote totals is once again an excuse for writers to step up on a soapbox to express their outrage and dismay, Unsurprisingly Cubs fans have been spared the same treatment because, you may want to sit down for this, writers have agendas. It's disrespect for the game when Paulo Orlando (131 OPS+) is eighth in voting but no big deal when Jason Heyward (74 OPS+) and Jorge Soler (83 OPS+) are top six. Whatever. You be you, writers. I'm all for chaos but I draw the line at voting for Infante. I didn't last year and haven't this year. If you want to vote all Royals, and that's your right, then I suggest writing in a younger, and so far better, option. I dedicate this vote to all the morally outraged writers who care too deeply about an exhibition game. #VoteRoyals — Jeff Parker (@RoyallySpeaking) June 1, 2016 There is an Omar problem, though, but it has nothing to do with the All Star game. He just isn't a productive player anymore. Eighty-two players have come to the plate a thousand times or more in a Royals uniform and eighty-one have a higher on-base percentage than Infante. Rk Player OBP OPS+ PA From To BA SLG 1 Omar Infante .269 64 1179 2014 2016 .238 .328 2 Yuniesky Betancourt .276 80 1079 2009 2012 .248 .395 3 Onix Concepcion .277 58 1130 1980 1985 .238 .293 4 Buck Martinez .277 69 1073 1969 1977 .222 .322 5 Darryl Motley .281 88 1401 1981 1986 .245 .405 6 David Howard .289 56 1586 1991 1997 .229 .302 7 Frank White .293 85 8468 1973 1990 .255 .383 8 Steve Balboni .294 101 2201 1984 1988 .230 .459 9 Bob Oliver .296 96 1550 1969 1972 .255 .406 10 Alcides Escobar .297 76 3415 2011 2016 .264 .343 Provided by View Play Index Tool Used Generated 6/3/2016. I don't know what Kansas City's options are at this point. He has zero trade value and I can't see Moore releasing him because of the money owed on the remainder of his contract. I suppose his presence will be easier to tolerate if he plays no more than once a week and never, ever bats fifth again. That will only happen if Whit Merrifield keeps hitting. So keep hitting, Whit. Please keep hitting. Posted by Jeff Parker at 4:22 PM Links to this post Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Older Posts Home Subscribe to: Posts (Atom) Google+ Followers Follow @RoyallySpeaking Subscribe To Posts Atom Posts All Comments Atom All Comments My Faves Kings of Kauffman | A Kansas City Royals Blog Royals Report: Duffy Helps KC Break Losing Streak 22 hours ago Royals Review - For Kansas City Royals Fans Royals score four (what?) on Danny Duffy Day, winning 4-2 over the Jays 23 hours ago High Heat Stats Decade Dominance – 10 Year Batting Leaders Since 1901 2 days ago I-70 Baseball | Covering the St. Louis Cardinals and Kansas City ... 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