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Royals: Pitchers that could start 30 games in 2020

Anyone who watched the Kansas City Royals in 2019 knows that pitching was an issue. There were some pitchers who really showed up and had moments throughout the season that instilled some confidence, but overall, the Royals found their weakest spot on the team.

As there were some Royals that put together decent seasons, it is very likely that fans will see a lot of familiar faces in 2020, both in the rotation and in the bullpen. This may not be what fans want to hear, but it is likely the Royals will try to find a few reclamation projects in the free agency, instead of going after big names for an immediate fix.