SURPISE, AZ - FEBRUARY 27: Lorenzo Cain #6 of the Kansas City Royals bats during a spring training game against the Texas Rangers at Surprise Stadium on February 27, 2011 in Surprise, Arizona. (Photo by Rob Tringali/Getty Images)
In other notes, Royals Review asks if Lorenzo Cain is necessarily the best option for center field that everyone assumes him to be and the club is close to signing the voice best known for his work on "MLB: The Show."
- Twitter / @jorgeebro - "Another Cuban player, Roman Hernandez, signed a pact with the Kansas City Royal, his agent confirmed to El Nuevo Herald."
Is Lorenzo Cain the Best Option for CF? - Royals Review
"Cain is by for the best option for the Royals in CF for 2012. The Royals could improve the situation if they were to pair Cain with Lough for a true platoon. Who would start would depend on the opposing starting pitcher. With all these stated ideas, I fully expect the Royals to keep Cain in CF and Juan Pierre-lite will be the reserve outfielder."
Signs point to Rex Hudler replacing Frank White on TV for Royals - KansasCity.com
"Millions of video-game enthusiasts know him from his work during 2006-10 as the broadcast voice on MLB: The Show." <--Oh, NOW I know who that is! Not terrible, if you don't mind canned comments that could apply to literally any game.
Kansas City Royals Complete Organizational Chart - MLB Daily Dish
Leadership, Rosters, Salaries, Prospects, Arbitration details, and Options for the entire Royals org. (Holy crap look at all those ARB1 years coming up in 2014!)
Royals Notes: Eric Hosmer, Edwin Jackson, Prince Fielder, Alex Gordon - MLB Daily Dish
Buster Olney says in his insider column this morning that it would take 10 years and a $80 million - $90 million deal to get Hosmer locked down (we are talking about a Boras client here), Royals Review asks whether Edwin Jackson could be the long-lost starter the Royals need, and Rany Jazayerli questions how much the Fielder signing affects the Royals' chances both near and long term in today's Royals notes: