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Royals look for win, help on season’s final day

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The Royals, who have clinched home-field advantage in the American League Wild Card Game, enter the final day of the season just one game back of the Tigers for the top spot in the American League Central. Yordano Ventura will take the mound for the fi... Read More »

Drama of Game 163 looms in three races

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With the races in the NL and AL Central divisions and the AL Wild Card going down to the wire on the final day of the season, it is possible that one or more races could be decided by a 163rd game on Monday. Read More »

Royals miss chance to tie up AL Central

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Danny Duffy got off to a rocky start and the Royals never recovered in a 5-4 loss to the White Sox on Saturday night in Chicago. The Royals will enter the final day of the regular season one game behind the Tigers, who also lost, for first place in the... Read More »

Yost loses challenge in first inning

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Royals manager Ned Yost has a good record in replay challenges this season, but he lost on a first-inning play on Saturday night at U.S. Cellular Field when White Sox speedster Adam Eaton was ruled safe at second and the ruling stood. Read More »

Konerko congratulates Royals on season’s success

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Retiring White Sox first baseman Paul Konerko took time to recognize the Royals as he made his farewell address to White Sox fans during a ceremony before Saturday night's game. Read More »

Five reasons the Royals can win the World Series

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The Royals won't be satisfied with just getting to the postseason for the first time in 29 years. No, they want to win the World Series, and here's how they can get that done. Read More »

Willingham refutes report of retirement

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Royals outfielder and designated hitter Josh Willingham shot down a published report from St. Paul, Minn., that he is "100 percent retiring." Read More »

Royals enjoy celebration, return focus to work

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The party was on but there was still work to be done, so the Royals approached their postseason clinching celebration of Friday night and Saturday morning in moderation, according to manager Ned Yost. Read More »

Duffy, Royals trying to keep pressure on Tigers

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While the Royals continue their pursuit of the Tigers for supremacy in the American League Central, the White Sox will honor their longtime captain, Paul Konerko, on Saturday. Danny Duffy and John Danks are slated to take the mound. Read More »

Fans part of Royals’ long-awaited celebration

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Royals fans traveled to Chicago for just one reason: to be with their team when it clinched its first postseason berth in 29 years. Friday night's victory celebration made their journeys well worth it. Read More »

Royals front office celebrates postseason berth

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Typically unobtrusive and low-key, Royals owner David Glass and team president Dan Glass slipped into the team's celebration after Friday night's victory. They stood quietly and smiled proudly as their players and staff noisily toasted their first entr... Read More »

Royals own Wild Card, looking to trade for division title

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The Royals are in the playoffs, but their first-round matchup remains unknown with just two games left in the season. Kansas City has secured a Wild Card, but could still wind up with the American League Central title. Read More »

Royals celebrate, but remain focused on AL Central title

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Not very many people are going to pick the Royals to win it all. But their chances are a lot better than that of a teenage girl from New Zealand winning a Grammy with a song she wrote about a baseball player from Kansas City. Read More »

Royals celebrate, but remain focused on AL Central title

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Not very many people are going to pick the Royals to win it all. But their chances are a lot better than that of a teenage girl from New Zealand winning a Grammy with a song she wrote about a baseball player from Kansas City. Read More »

Five things that changed the Royals’ season

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A lot of things have happened since the Royals last appeared in the postseason in 1985. Here are the top five things that influenced their resurgence this season. Read More »