Kansas City Royals' Bullpen Squanders Yet Another Lead

Josh DugganCorrespondent IApril 14, 2010

KANSAS CITY, MO - APRIL 05:  Roman Colon #563 of the Kansas City Royals delivers a pitch during the season opener game against the Detroit Tigers on April 5, 2010 at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by G. Newman Lowrance/Getty Images)
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Thankfully I was at work and unable to watch the Royals' pen squander yet another lead. 

The only thing we fans once gave the braintrust at Treyton Millman Incorporated credit for is now the biggest problem with the team and it's debilitating. 

Another day, another blown save. The Royals managed to wrest defeat from the jaws of victory, undercutting what Brian Bannister did over the course of his 6.1 innings of work before managing two outs. 

As if that weren't enough, Roman Colon decided to anal-ize him a second time for good measure by allowing the inherited runner to score. 

There is nothing left that you need to see fellas. Change needs to happen now.

DFA Colon. 

DFA Mendoza.

Call up Rosa.

Call up Lerew.

Anyone can see that this needs to happen. The fact that you cannot is damning. The last thing that we deemed an ability of Moore's has now also been proven to be an inability. 

With nothing left to cling to, what is it exactly that is keeping Dayton Moore and Trey Hillman off the unemployment line? Their incompetence is over-abundantly clear. 

Put us out of our misery.

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