What happens when the Royals don’t win the World Series? They’ll become a dynasty

The Royals are not only an organization that can’t win a World Series, they’re also one that has been a perennial contender.

It’s been this way for decades.

But the Royals’ last five World Series appearances were not great, and they’ve gone out and had some very successful seasons as well.

This could be the year that things change for the Royals.

The Royals have had some of the best players in baseball in Alex Gordon, Lorenzo Cain, and Salvador Perez, and it’s going to take more than just the Royals winning the World’s Series to turn the franchise around.

If the Royals lose a lot of games in 2017, they could be on their way to becoming a dynasty.

The top-10 teams in the AL in Wins Above Replacement, and that’s a great place to start.

But it doesn’t have to be the same team every year.

The most successful teams in baseball have been the top-ranked teams in each of the past five years.

So while the Royals have not won the World Cup in 20 years, they’ve still been good, and this is their best year yet.

The good news is that the Royals are still young, and their offense will continue to be among the league’s best, so they should still be able to find a way to win in 2017.

But this is a team that’s been through a lot and has some really solid pieces.

There’s no reason to believe that they can’t be an elite team in 2017 that could potentially go deep in the playoffs.

The Bottom Line: The Royals’ best season yet in 2017 The Royals had an incredibly tough year.

But with the way they’re built, there’s no question that they’ve been able to bounce back.

The team had some really strong playoff performances, and Gordon, Cain, Perez, Carlos Correa, and other top prospects will help this team find a winning formula.

But if they can figure out how to be more consistent, they’ll be a very dangerous team in the postseason.

The big question for the 2017 Royals is whether they can turn things around.

It’ll be up to them to prove that they belong again.