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Royals finalists for ‘All-Star Teachers’ announced

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The three Royals finalists for the "All-Star Teachers" campaign were announced on Thursday. Read More »

Royals draft TCU lefty Finnegan with first pick

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Brandon Finnegan found that being selected by the Royals in the first round of the First-Year Player Draft on Thursday night was an emotional experience. Read More »

Royals find righty Blewett in second round

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The Royals, on their first day of the First-Year Player Draft, made it three pitchers out of four selections. Right-hander Scott Blewett from Baker High School in Baldwinsville, N.Y., was the Royals' fourth choice on Thursday night and the 56th selecti... Read More »

Royals Minor League Report: June 4

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19th-ranked Royals prospect Cheslor Cuthbert was 2-for-4 with an RBI, a run and a walk for Northwest Arkansas. Read More »

Royals fall in 11th after ninth-inning charge

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The third game of this year's I-70 Series went to St. Louis, as the Cardinals knocked off Kansas City in 11 innings, 5-2, on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium. The Royals had won the first two games across the state at Busch Stadium. Read More »

Royals must make the most of early Draft picks

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The Royals won't make their first selection as early as they have in the recent past, but they will have four of the top 56 picks in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft. Read More »

Ventura returning for finale against Cardinals

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Yordano Ventura is back from a DL stint with "pitcher's elbow" and looks to help the Royals secure a series victory in the I-70 rivalry finale Thursday night. He will take the mound opposite Cardinals right-hander Michael Wacha, who has a 2.45 ERA and ... Read More »

Royals lose challenge on inning-ending DP

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In the seventh inning Wednesday night, the Royals' Lorenzo Cain rapped into an inning-ending double play. Manager Ned Yost challenged umpire Dale Scott's out call at first base, but a review in New York let the ruling stand. Read More »

Chen encouraged by three-inning rehab start

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Royals left-hander Bruce Chen made his first rehab appearance with Double-A Northwest Arkansas and threw three innings Tuesday night. Read More »

Despite GM’s hopes, Brett fine not coaching

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George Brett had a successful two-month run as the Royals' interim hitting coach last year, and general manager Dayton Moore had hoped the Hall of Famer might take on the task full time. Read More »

Rodriguez throws perfect inning in MLB debut

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It wasn't exactly an ideal spot for a young pitcher to make his Major League debut, but Royals right-hander Wilking Rodriguez came through it just fine. Read More »

Moore mulling options for 17th pick in Draft

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The Draft begins its three-day run on Thursday night with the first two rounds. The Royals have picks 17, 28, 40 and 56. "Picking 17 is different than we've been in the past, so you just have to line them up because you have no idea who's going to get ... Read More »

Yost wins challenge on tag play at first base

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The Cardinals' Oscar Taveras was ruled safe when third baseman Mike Moustakas' throw pulled first baseman Eric Hosmer off the bag. Royals manager Ned Yost challenged and the call was overturned. Read More »

Royals grind out rallies on off night for Shields

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For two teams that had been having trouble scoring runs and hitting homers most of the season, Kansas City and St. Louis did rather well in both departments Tuesday night. But it was the Royals who took an 8-7 victory over the Cardinals on Eric Hosmer'... Read More »

Royals Minor League Report: June 3

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Sixth-ranked Royals prospect Hunter Dozier continued his hot hitting, doubling twice and driving in three in leading Wilmington past Potomac, 5-3 on Tuesday night. Read More »