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Royals enjoying their success, not looking too far ahead

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It's been 29 years since the Royals last enjoyed baseball's postseason. No sense getting in a hurry right now. Manager Ned Yost certainly isn't. He is enjoying what has happened in the last month, but he knows better than to start thinking about what c... Read More »

Duffy, Royals can’t slam door on Rockies

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Colorado's Matt McBride came through with his first career grand slam to hand the Royals a 5-2 loss on Wednesday night and put an end to their streak of eighth consecutive series victories. Read More »

Perez scratched with sore right knee, to have MRI

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Royals catcher Salvador Perez will go for an MRI on his sore right knee Thursday after he was a late scratch for Wednesday's series finale against the Rockies. Read More »

Yost rewards Colon with start at third

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While it wasn't exactly glamorous, Christian Colon came through with a big-time play Tuesday when he was asked to pitch-hit in the eighth. And on Wednesday, manager Ned Yost rewarded him with a start at third and a chance to prove himself in the leadof... Read More »

Royals unveil special ticketing discount for Thursday

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For one day only, the Royals are offering their fans an opportunity to watch the hottest team in baseball at a discounted price. On Thursday, fans will be able to purchase single-game tickets online at www.royals.com or by phone for the Royals remainin... Read More »

Royals Minor League report: Aug. 19

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Carlos Peguero drove in all four Omaha runs. He hit a solo homer in the second, a two-run shot in the fourth and an RBI double in the sixth. Read More »

Infante’s four hits help Royals keep pace in race

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On Tuesday night, the Royals scored six runs with two outs in the seventh and eighth to rally for a 7-4 series-opening victory over the Rockies at Coors Field. Read More »

Royals’ newfound confidence prompted streak

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Twenty-nine years removed from the only world championship in franchise history -- and the last postseason appearance the Royals made -- this is a team that has gone from wanting to claim a Wild Card spot to a team that feels it can win a division. Read More »

Rockies win challenge on steal of third

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Rockies manager Walt Weiss challenged Nori Aoki's apparent steal of third and umpires quickly overturned third-base umpire Laz Diaz's safe call. Read More »

Sparkman, O’Hearn receive Minor League honors

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On Tuesday, the Royals named Class A Advanced Wilmington right-hander Glenn Sparkman and Rookie Ball Idaho Falls first baseman Ryan O'Hearn their pitcher and player of the month for July. Read More »

Perez back in lineup one day after injuring knee

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Royals catcher Salvador Perez was back behind the plate one day after being removed from Kansas City's 6-4 victory over the Twins with a sore right knee. Read More »

Duffy will try to keep up Royals’ torrid pace

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The Royals' run of success will be put to the test at Coors Field, a hitter's heaven, as Danny Duffy takes on Rockies starter Jorge De La Rosa. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: Aug. 18

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Eighth-ranked Royals prospect Christian Binford (2.0 IP, 1 H, 0 ER, 0 BB, 3 SO) made his Triple-A debut in Omaha's victory. Read More »

Perez exits with sore right knee, plans to play tonight

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Royals catcher Salvador Perez was removed from Monday night's 6-4 victory against the Twins because of what the team described as "discomfort in his right knee." But as he toweled off and prepared to board the Royals' charter flight to Colorado for an ... Read More »

Shields leads surprising Royals into Coors Field

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Two teams sitting in different places in the playoff picture will meet at Coors Field on Tuesday, as the surging Royals and right-hander James Shields visit the spiraling Rockies to open up a two-game set. Tyler Matzek will start for Colorado. Read More »