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Charles sees 1969 Mets in 2014 Royals

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As the surprise party raged on in the Royals' clubhouse Wednesday evening -- surprise, the Royals had swept the Orioles in the American League Championship Series -- a man with strong ties to Kansas City baseball celebrated in a more modest manner in h... Read More »

With trip to World Series, Yost proves detractors wrong

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On Wednesday, manager Ned Yost and his Royals completed a sweep of the Orioles in the American League Championship Series to advance to the World Series for the third time in franchise history. Yost, often questioned for the rigidity of his bullpen usa... Read More »

Wild Card Game comeback spurred Royals’ run

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The catalyst for the Royals' magnificent run to the World Series is lodged in that epic comeback victory in the Wild Card Game in the eyes of general manager Dayton Moore and manager Ned Yost. Read More »

Yost lays out Royals’ practice schedule

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After taking a day off, the Royals will begin practice for the World Series at 2 p.m. CT on Friday at Kauffman Stadium. The practice is closed to the public. Read More »

World Series broadcast schedule announced

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Major League Baseball announced the broadcast schedule for the 2014 World Series, which can be seen on FOX and is set to begin on Tuesday at Kauffman Stadium. Read More »

History indicates extended layoff won’t hinder Royals

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The story of the 2014 playoffs -- at least on the American League side of things -- has been the utter dominance of the Kansas City Royals. But might the Royals be a victim of their own October success? Read More »

Fans, Royals feeling the love

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There seems to be something pretty special cooking between the American League-champion Royals and their hometown fans and it was evident during the celebration following Kansas City's win in Game 4 of the ALCS on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium. Read More »

Royals’ front office celebrates with loyal fans

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Royals president Dan Glass sounded the theme for ownership and the club's front office: "We couldn't have done it without the fans. That's where it all starts from. It's time to celebrate." His father, owner David Glass, realizes that Kansas City fans ... Read More »

Royals look forward to tough NL opponent

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The Royals will face either the Cardinals or Giants, who remain embroiled in a hotly contested National League Championship Series, on Tuesday in Game 1 of the World Series at Kauffman Stadium. Read More »

Labor of glove: Royals rack up defensive gems

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The 2014 Royals are making defense cool again. They don't just excel at it; they embrace it, revel in it and salivate at the opportunity to take away hits. They proved it, once again, throughout their American League Championship Series sweep of the Or... Read More »

Five reasons the Royals won the AL pennant

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It has been a magical run, as manager Ned Yost's Royals reeled off their eighth straight victory in this postseason, edging the Orioles, 2-1, on Wednesday in Game 4 of the American League Championship Series to advance to the club's first World Series ... Read More »

Royals’ three-headed ‘pen monster devours O’s

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Game 4 of the AL Championship Series was already won in the sixth inning on Wednesday. That's just the way it is with these Royals, when Kelvin Herrera emerges from the bullpen to begin a must-see three-man show that ends with Greg Holland. Wade Davis,... Read More »

Royals come up big again playing small ball

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Within Kansas City's first four hitters in the first, it grabbed a two-run lead on Wednesday in Game 4 of the AL Championship Series. The manner in which the runs scored embodied the head-scratching way the Royals managed to produce runs this season: i... Read More »

Loyalty, patience pay off for Gordon, Butler

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As the Royals celebrated the American League pennant, their first since 1985, Alex Gordon and Billy Butler, after spending countless years imagining this moment, couldn't quite believe it. Read More »

Royals revel in club’s return to World Series

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After pulling out yet another nail-biter in Game 4 to sweep the Orioles in the ALCS, the Royals let loose on Wednesday at Kauffman Stadium, celebrating the club's first trip to the World Series since 1985. Read More »