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Veteran catcher Buck announces retirement

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Veteran catcher John Buck, who was in Spring Training camp with the Braves, announced his retirement Thursday in order to spend more time with his family.

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Vargas, Royals shut down by young White Sox arms

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Left-hander Jason Vargas turned in a solid six-inning outing, but the Royals managed little against some of the White Sox best young pitching prospects in a 6-0 loss on Wednesday night at Surprise Stadium.

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Vargas, Royals shut down by young White Sox arms

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Left-hander Jason Vargas turned in a solid six-inning outing, but the Royals managed little against some of the White Sox best young pitching prospects in a 6-0 loss on Wednesday night at Surprise Stadium.

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Ventura to make first Opening Day start

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Right-hander Yordano Ventura, who had a breakout season for the Royals in 2014, will start on Opening Day on April 6 against Jeff Samardzija and the White Sox.

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Ventura to make first Opening Day start

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Right-hander Yordano Ventura, who had a breakout season for the Royals in 2014, will start on Opening Day on April 6 against Jeff Samardzija and the White Sox.

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Young extends pitch count in Minor League game

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Royals right-hander Chris Young threw four innings in a Minor League game on Wednesday, reaching 64 pitches. He also threw 10 more pitches in the bullpen afterward.

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Young extends pitch count in Minor League game

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Royals right-hander Chris Young threw four innings in a Minor League game on Wednesday, reaching 64 pitches. He also threw 10 more pitches in the bullpen afterward.

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Collins hopes to follow Hochevar’s lead

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Luke Hochevar had Tommy John surgery a year ago but stayed with the Royals all season during his rehab. And Hochevar was there in Chicago in late September when the Royals clinched a playoff spot, and he joined in on the celebration. Tim Collins just h...

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Collins hopes to follow Hochevar’s lead

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Luke Hochevar had Tommy John surgery a year ago but stayed with the Royals all season during his rehab. And Hochevar was there in Chicago in late September when the Royals clinched a playoff spot, and he joined in on the celebration. Tim Collins just h...

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MLB Pipeline checks in from Royals camp

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In the past two decades, the Royals have enjoyed just three winning seasons and signed and developed just three pitchers who could manage 10 victories in a single year for Kansas City. Those two developments aren't unrelated, though the future looks br...

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MLB Pipeline checks in from Royals camp

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In the past two decades, the Royals have enjoyed just three winning seasons and signed and developed just three pitchers who could manage 10 victories in a single year for Kansas City. Those two developments aren't unrelated, though the future looks br...

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Brett’s love for baseball didn’t end with playing career

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Hall of Famer George Brett still enjoys being a part of the game and welcomes the chance to put the uniform back on every spring to work with the Royals. But when he decided his career was over, it was over.

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Brett’s love for baseball didn’t end with playing career

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Hall of Famer George Brett still enjoys being a part of the game and welcomes the chance to put the uniform back on every spring to work with the Royals. But when he decided his career was over, it was over.

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