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  • • Bruce Bochy follows through with amusing lineup choice vs. Royals
    Perhaps the most famous of the San Francisco Giants’ three titles of the last decade was sealed in 2014, when Madison Bumgarner’s amazing performance in Game 7 saw off the Kansas City Royals for a third championship in five seasons. On Sunday, manager Bruce Bochy decided to recreate a little of the magic. He started the same battery and infield tha...
  • • Bruce Bochy follows through with amusing lineup choice vs. Kansas City
    Perhaps the most famous of the San Francisco Giants’ three titles of the last decade was sealed in 2014, when Madison Bumgarner’s amazing performance in Game 7 saw off the Kansas City Royals for a third championship in five seasons. On Sunday, manager Bruce Bochy decided to recreate a little of the magic. He started the same battery and infield tha...
  • • Bruce Bochy has plans to troll Royals during spring training game
    The San Francisco Giants still have a lot of the same players on their roster from when they won the World Series in 2014, and manager Bruce Bochy may call attention to that to bring back some bad memories for the Kansas City Royals this weekend. It was the Royals that the Giants beat in a dramatic series more than four years ago, and World Series ...
  • • Royals reportedly sign Martin Maldonado to one-year deal
    The Kansas City Royals have their catcher for the 2019 season. According to Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic, the Royals have agreed to terms with catcher Martin Maldonado on a one-year, $2.5 million deal, where he will serve as the starting catcher as Salvador Perez recovers from Tommy John surgery. Maldonado seemingly confirmed the news on Twitter: ...
  • • Salvador Perez undergoes successful Tommy John surgery
    Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez underwent successful Tommy John surgery on Wednesday. In a statement released by the club, they reaffirmed the expectation that Perez will miss the entirety of the 2019 season, but is expected to make a full recovery. Perez isn’t a pitcher, so the surgery is a bit less risky for him, though throwing is a bi...
  • • Broncos’ Shane Ray gets Chiefs tattoo
    Former Denver Broncos first-round pick Shane Ray is more than likely going to leave the team in free agency this spring. The Missouri native fell out of favor big time last season — recording just six tackles and one sack for the Broncos. It now looks like Ray is over the team he suited up for over the past four seasons. Ray just hit up famed Los A...
  • • Garth Brooks: Taking part in spring training with Pirates 'heaven for me'
    Garth Brooks has spent two weeks in Bradenton, Fla., with the Pittsburgh Pirates, taking part in workouts and spring training, but Friday marks the country music icon’s final day living out his baseball dreams. Brooks, 57, enjoyed the camaraderie with current players, but a real thrill for him was spending time with Pirates’ World Series legends Ma...
  • • Mike Moustakas re-signs with Brewers on one-year deal
    Mike Moustakas had a fairly productive second half of the season with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2018 after they acquired him from the Kansas City Royals, and they have decided to bring the infielder back. Ken Rosenthal of The Athletic reports that Moustakas has agreed to a new one-year deal with the Brewers. ESPN’s Jeff Passan adds that the contract...
  • • Diekman signs 1-year deal with Royals
    The Kansas City Royals announced on Wednesday that the club has signed left-handed pitcher Jake Diekman to a one-year contract, with a mutual option for the 2020 season. Consistent with club policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed. In a corresponding move, the Royals have placed right-handed pitcher Jesse Hahn on the 60-day injured list (...
  • • Homer Bailey inks Minors deal with Royals
    The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has signed right-handed pitcher Homer Bailey to a minor league deal with an invitation to Spring Training....
  • • Source: Royals' Merrifield gets 4-year extension
    Second baseman Whit Merrifield and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a four-year contract extension worth around $15 million total, according to a source....
  • • Source: Royals' Merrifield lands 4-year extension
    Second baseman Whit Merrifield and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $16.25 million, a source told ESPN's Jeff Passan....
  • • Nathan, ex-president Bell next Twins HOFers
    The Twins announced Friday that Joe Nathan and former team president Jerry Bell will become the 32nd and 33rd members of the Twins Hall of Fame. They will be inducted during separate pre-game ceremonies Aug. 3-4 before the Twins host the Kansas City Royals....
  • • Royals pitcher Skoglund suspended 80 games
    The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that Kansas City Royals pitcher Eric Skoglund has received an 80-game suspension without pay after testing positive for the Selective Androgen Receptor Modulators S-22 (Ostarine) and LGD-4033 (Ligandrol), both performance-enhancing substances, in violation of Major League Baseball's Joint D...
  • • Report: White Sox sign top free agent Kelvin Herrera
    One of the top free agent relievers is off of the market. According to a report, Kelvin Herrera has agreed to terms with the Chicago White Sox. Per Jeff Passan of ESPN, Herrera and the White Sox came to terms on a two-year deal with an option for the third. This is big for two reasons. One, Herrera is a solid reliever that would have worked well in...

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  • • Mike Scioscia says he won’t return for Angels 2019 season
    Los Angeles Angels manager Mike Scioscia announced Sunday that he will not return next season as the Angels’ manager.The announcement came after the Angels defeated the Oakland Athletics 5-4; the team finished with a losing record of 80-82. This was their third straight losing season. While Scioscia’s departure had been rumored earlier this season,...
  • • Royals will retain manager Ned Yost
    Despite significant speculation to the contrary, Ned Yost will return as Kansas City Royals manager for at least one more season.The team announced that Yost had agreed to a one-year contract extension through 2019, ensuring a tenth year in the Kansas City dugout. The conventional wisdom had been that the 64-year-old may just move on after his cont...
  • • Manager Ned Yost will return to Royals in 2019
    While the Kansas City Royals experienced one of the worst years in their history in 2018, manager Ned Yost will be back for the 2019 season.Prior to Sunday’s season finale, it was announced that Yost and the Royals had agreed on a one-year deal for 2019. Yost has been Kansas City’s skipper since 2010. His tenure with the Royals has certainly seen s...
  • • Royals give manager Yost 1-year extension
    The Kansas City Royals and Senior Vice President-Baseball Operations and General Manager, Dayton Moore, announced on Sunday that Ned Yost will return as manager of the Royals for the 2019 season....
  • • Each MLB team's top takeaway from the 2018 season
    Every MLB team has one thing in common. They all learned something from the 2018 season. Some of the takeaways were good while some were bad, but every team had one.The success of the team didn’t always determine whether the takeaway was good or bad. For example, the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees both had great seasons. But as they head to th...
  • • Report: Orioles haven't made decision on Buck Showalter's future
    The Baltimore Orioles have just four games remaining in what will go down as one of the worst seasons in MLB history, and the assumption has been that they will be searching for a new manager this winter. However, that decision has reportedly not yet been made.According to ESPN’s Jerry Crasnick, the Orioles have not met yet to discuss the futures o...
  • • Adalberto Mondesi is flashing an elite power/speed combination
    The Kansas City Royals are a prime example that organizations must enjoy those windows of contention as much as possible.After reaching the World Series in 2014 and 2015 – which included winning KC’s first title since 1985 in their second trip – they’ve fallen on hard times. They followed that success with 81-win and 80-win campaigns before the whe...
  • • Tigers' Martinez gets a hit, then a win in finale
    Mikie Mahtook hit a two-run homer in the eighth inning, and the Detroit Tigers beat the Kansas City Royals 5-4 on Saturday in Victor Martinez's final major league game....
  • • Judge returning to Yankee lineup for first time in nearly two months
    The New York Yankees’ lineup on Tuesday features a familiar name that hasn’t been around for a while. For the first time since July 26, Aaron Judge is starting. Judge was placed on the DL after being hit by a pitch in a July 26 game against the Kansas City Royals. It’s been a long recovery process for the reigning American League Rookie of the Year...
  • • Virtually nobody at PNC Park for Royals-Pirates game
    Those attending Monday’s game between the Kansas City Royals and Pittsburgh Pirates at PNC Park will have plenty of room to stretch out.As the game was starting, the outfield seats were almost completely devoid of people. The rest of the park had more spectators, but only slightly. There were plenty of good seats to be had all throughout the park. ...
  • • Aaron Judge activated despite not being able to hit
    The New York Yankees on Friday activated Aaron Judge from the 10-day disabled list even though the slugger will not be able to hit for the team yet.Judge has been out since being hit by a pitch on the wrist against the Kansas City Royals on July 26. He initially was expected to only miss around three weeks, but his recovery took much longer and he ...
  • • Watch: Aaron Judge puts on show during second straight day of BP
    Aaron Judge on Tuesday took batting practice for the second consecutive day at Target Field ahead of the New York Yankees’ tilt with the Minnesota Twins. And the results were encouraging, to say the least. After engaging in five rounds of batting practice on Monday, Judge looked no worse for wear during Tuesday’s session, during which the Yankees s...
  • • Twitter reacts after Royals Jorge Lopez loses perfect game in ninth inning
    Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Jorge Lopez was brilliant on Saturday night against the Minnesota Twins. The 25-year-old carried a perfect game into the ninth inning, just three outs shy of MLB history.As he sat on the verge of throwing the 23rd perfect games in MLB history, baseball fans in social media tuned in anxiously to see what would hap...
  • • Kluber earns 18th win as Indians beat Royals
    Corey Kluber became the first 18-game winner in the majors this season, striking out 10 and pitching the Cleveland Indians past the Kansas City Royals 3-1 Wednesday....
  • • Brett Phillips posts hilarious message about crashing into outfield wall
    Kansas City Royals outfielder Brett Phillips might have crashed into a wall in Cleveland on Tuesday. But it didn’t do anything to dull his sense of humor.The play, which you can see here, was rather ugly. Despite that, he remained in the game for a while before ultimately being replaced.Afterwards, Phillips was able to joke about it. It’s good to s...

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