New Royals starter Jason Hammel had a 3.83 ERA in 166 2/3 innings for the Cubs last season.
New Royals starter Jason Hammel had a 3.83 ERA in 166 2/3 innings for the Cubs last season. Paul Beaty The Associated Press
New Royals starter Jason Hammel had a 3.83 ERA in 166 2/3 innings for the Cubs last season. Paul Beaty The Associated Press
Judging the Royals

Judging the Royals

Lee Judge shares insights from KC's major-leaguers.

A closer look at the Royals’ newest pitcher, Jason Hammel

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