The Kansas City Royals announced a slew of changes to their coaching staff on Monday afternoon, headlined by the dismissal of hitting coach Terry Bradshaw. Bradshaw, 53 years old, had been the Royals hitting coach since the 2018 season. He'd spent more than two decades with the organization in various roles, and had enjoyed a brief two-year career in the majors as a player with the St. Louis Cardinals during the mid-90s. The Royals will replace Bradshaw by having senior director of player development and hitting performance Alec Zumwalt join the coaching staff on a full-time basis. Mike Tosar, a special assistant hitting coach, will also join the staff.