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Royals to play charity golf tourney on off-day

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The Royals' open date on Monday will be filled by the seventh annual Royals Charities Celebrity Golf Tournament at the National Golf Club in Parkville, Mo. Among the eight or 10 players expected to play is pitcher Jeremy Guthrie. Read More »

Royals win challenge on close play at second

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The Royals won a challenge in the seventh inning Saturday night, after umpire Laz Diaz called Robinson Cano safe but Ned Yost issued a challenge and the ruling was overturned. Read More »

Ventura gives up two homers, offense can’t respond

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Yordano Ventura, who had given up just two home runs in his previous six starts, gave up two blasts to the Mariners and the Royals were dealt a 3-1 loss Saturday at Safeco Field. Read More »

Young and Mariners proving a perfect match

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It's too early in the season to say that the Mariners and Chris Young lived happily ever after. Nobody, however, is complaining about the relationship. Read More »

Butler, first-base coach Kuntz exchange words

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Designated hitter Billy Butler and first-base coach Rusty Kuntz had an emotional exchange in the ninth inning on Saturday night after the Royals' 3-1 loss to the Mariners when Butler nearly was thrown out rounding first. Read More »

Royals Minor League Report: May 10

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No. 2 Royals prospect Raul Mondesi drove in both runs as Class A Wilmington lost 3-2 to Lynchburg on Saturday Read More »

Plate umpire exits game with bruised hand

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Plate umpire Scott Barry was hit in the hand by a ball in Saturday's Royals-Mariners game, but X-rays were negative and he is expected to be umpiring at second base in the series finale Sunday. Read More »

Perez still limited by sore calf

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Salvador Perez was working on his 24th birthday, catching Yordano Ventura against the Mariners. But he might get Sunday off to rest his aching left leg which was struck -- again -- by his own foul ball on May 2. Read More »

Hosmer shows early improvement over last season

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Eric Hosmer is off to a better start this season. After 35 games, he has nine more doubles and seven more RBIs than last year and his average has increased from .256 to .326. Read More »

Guthrie looks to even set in finale vs. Mariners

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Mariners rookie Roenis Elias will oppose Royals veteran Jeremy Guthrie in the finale of the four-game set in Seattle on Sunday. Read More »

Royals believe resilience can take them far

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The Royals remember last May. Who could forget it? Not the Royals, and they don't want to. It's become a rallying point for the franchise. Read More »

Vargas dominates former club with seven scoreless

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Jason Vargas pitched seven shutout innings on Friday night, pitching the Royals to a 6-1 victory over the Mariners at Safeco Field. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: May 9

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The Double-A Northwest Arkansas Naturals plated five in the sixth inning on Friday, including a two-run single by Jorge Bonifacio, who is tied for the Texas League lead with 23 RBIs. Read More »

Fireballer Ventura looks to give Royals series edge

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Royals rookie Yordano Ventura is set to go up against the Mariners' Chris Young in the third of a four-game set tonight. Read More »

Force play overturned on McClendon challenge

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Umpires overturned a call on a force play at second base in the first inning of Friday night's game between the Mariners and Royals at Safeco Field. Read More »