The Kila conundrum: Finding Ka’aihue a place to play - KansasCity.com:
"He can play Butler, Guillen and Ka’aihue together — but that means Guillen is in the outfield and a team that spent all offseason working to improve defensively is making a major sacrifice on defense.
So what Hillman could be left with is the tendency to limit Ka’aihue to pinch hitting and a token start once a week. That may put the best lineup on the field but does nothing for the development of one of the Royals’ most important hitting prospects."
The Royals are not exactly a competitive team and certainly one that struggles to score runs. it may be so late 90's/earlu 00's but the Royals need OBP and power.