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Tickets for Wild Card tiebreaker game on sale

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The Royals will begin selling tickets for a potential Wild Card tiebreaker game today at 10 a.m. CT. Read More »

Tickets for Wild Card tiebreaker game on sale today

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The Royals will begin selling tickets for a potential Wild Card tiebreaker game today at 10 a.m. CT. Read More »

Ventura gets win No. 14 with dominating performance

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Don't underestimate Yordano Ventura. He's a pitching force to be reckoned with. Read More »

Royals one win away from eliminating Indians

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The Royals can eliminate the Indians from postseason contention and get a step closer to experiencing the playoffs for the first time since 1985 with a win in the series finale against Cleveland on Wednesday. Read More »

KC tied for top AL Wild Card, one back in Central

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Loud and raucous as usual, the Royals' celebration of a 7-1 victory over the Indians was behind them and they settled in to watch on television as the Tigers tried to keep their claws on first place. Read More »

Tickets for Wild Card tiebreaker game on sale Wednesday

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The Royals will begin selling tickets for a potential Wild Card tie-breaking game at 10 a.m. CT on Wednesday. Read More »

Yost to set mark for most KC games managed

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When Ned Yost manages the Royals against the Indians on Wednesday night, he'll stand alone as the man who has directed the team in the most regular-season games. Yost tied Dick Howser at 770 Royals games managed on Tuesday night. Read More »

Yost not afraid to use rookie Finnegan in key spot

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Royals starter Danny Duffy, just back from an injury, was finished after six shutout innings. There was a 2-0 lead over the Indians on Monday night, and the seventh inning usually belongs to reliever Kelvin Herrera, who had been worked hard of late. So... Read More »

Ventura can help pitch KC into tie atop AL Central

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Royals starter Yordano Ventura makes the most important start of his young career on Tuesday versus the Indians, as the second-year pro searches to keep Kansas City in the American League Central hunt, and improve its postseason positioning. Danny Sala... Read More »

Royals get ‘split’ with Tribe, close on Tigers in Central

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Danny Duffy pitched six shutout innings in his return to the Kansas City rotation and the Royals added a 2-0 victory over Cleveland to their postseason push on Monday night. Read More »

Royals rally but fall short in suspended game vs. Tribe

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Now it's finally over. Cleveland won the suspended game of Aug. 31 when the last half-inning was completed on Monday night. The score was 4-3, with the Royals scoring one run in the 10th inning. Technically, the game was resumed after a 58-minute rain ... Read More »

Royals announce 2015 FanFest dates, location

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The 2015 Royals FanFest will be held on Friday, Jan. 30, and Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Kansas City Convention Center's Bartle Hall. This will be the second straight year that the FanFest will be held at the downtown location. Read More »

Butler ready for however he can help in stretch

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Billy Butler is pleased that manager Ned Yost anticipates using him in the lineup most of the way as the Royals' quest for a postseason spot goes down the stretch. Read More »

Royals won’t stand in Moore’s way

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Royals chairman and owner David Glass said on Monday that he doubts that general manager Dayton Moore would want to take the currently vacant Braves GM job, but that he wouldn't stand in Moore's way if Moore wanted to leave Kansas City. Read More »

Royals expect Moore to remain GM through contract

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Royals chairman and owner David Glass said on Monday that he doubts that general manager Dayton Moore would want to take the currently vacant Braves GM job, but that he wouldn't stand in Moore's way if Moore wanted to leave Kansas City. Read More »