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Texas native Finnegan receives award from Rangers


Royals reliever Brandon Finnegan was honored by the Rangers as the Texas Professional Baseball Player of the Year at their awards dinner on Friday night. Read More »

Top prospect Mondesi among Royals’ NRIs


The Royals have invited 23 non-roster players to Major League Spring Training, including 10 pitchers, three catchers, seven infielders and three outfielders. Read More »

Negro Leagues Museum fondly remembers Mr. Cub


Ernie Banks arrived in Chicago by way of the Kansas City Monarchs of the Negro League, where he played under manager John "Buck" O'Neil, one of the eventual founders of the Negro Leagues Museum. Banks frequently checked in on the museum and was one of ... Read More »

Moore: ‘Doubtful’ that KC will re-sign Shields


Royals general manager Dayton Moore says the idea of re-signing free-agent starting pitcher James Shields has crossed his mind, but "at this point in time, it's doubtful." Read More »

2015 Prospect Watch: Top 10 left-handed pitchers


Though none of the left-handers who ranked on this list before last season began have graduated to the big leagues, there are still several new faces on this year's Top 10. Julio Urias, Henry Owens and Andrew Heaney are the holdovers, albeit with their... Read More »

MCL Tournament Brackets Released


The Mid Continent League released the 2015 tournament brackets for boys and girls contests. Classic Hits KQNK AM 1530/FM 106.7 will have coverage of the Norton High School teams as they compete. Follow the link below for the bracket. MCL Tournament Bracket Read More »

Can Royals’ bullpen be even better in 2015?


Can the Royals' bullpen be as good as they were in 2014? Or, and this could be viewed as some sort of baseball blasphemy to even suggest, but here goes anyway ... can they be even better in 2015? Read More »

Relationships more important to Yost than extension


While Ned Yost was given some financial security with his recent contract extension, what matters most to the Royals skipper is the strong bond he has built with GM Dayton Moore and owner David Glass. Read More »

Royals come to terms with Coleman, Collins


The Royals agreed to one-year contracts with right-hander Louis Coleman and left-hander Tim Collins on Friday to avoid arbitration. Terms of the deals were not disclosed. Read More »

Royals to host annual ‘School Day at the K’


The Royals will host their 17th annual "School Day at the K" on May 7 before the team's 1:10 p.m. CT game against the Indians. The club expects to have about 20,000 students and educators at the ballpark. Read More »

Yost earned Royals’ faith by believing in team


Early last season, the Royals were slumping at the plate and the critics were calling for the dismissal of manager Ned Yost. But Yost never wavered in displaying confidence and patience in his club, which turned things around to break a 29-year postsea... Read More »

Royals extend Yost’s contract through 2016


The Royals have agreed to a one-year contract extension with manager Ned Yost, whose deal now runs through the 2016 season. Read More »

Pipeline Perspectives: Manaea has stuff to be K king


Royals left-hander Sean Manaea led the Class A Advanced Carolina League with 146 strikeouts and placed eighth in the Minors with 10.8 whiffs per nine innings in 2014, his first season as a pro, and Jim Callis thinks he's the pick for the Minor League s... Read More »

Cain, Davis, Ventura receive Royals’ team awards


Outfielder Lorenzo Cain, reliever Wade Davis and starter Yordano Ventura have been honored with the Royals' team awards as voted on by the Kansas City chapter of the BBWAA. Read More »

Madson excited for comeback opportunity with Royals


After missing the past three seasons due to injury, veteran reliever Ryan Madson is looking to make the most of his return with Kansas City. Read More »