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Royals’ Gordon reflects on World Series dash


Should he, would he, could he have scored in the ninth inning of the seventh game of the World Series? The Royals' Alex Gordon has heard the question often this offseason. Read More »

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Chasing Tigers, not much tinkering for most of AL Central


As we recover from our collective turkey coma, here's a look at where every team in the AL Central stands right now as the Winter Meetings slowly become visible above the horizon. Read More »

Royals deal Crow to Marlins for lefty Flynn


The Royals picked up lefty Brian Flynn and Minor League right-hander Reid Redman from the Marlins on Friday in exchange for reliever Aaron Crow. Read More »

Royals retain reliever Frasor on one-year deal


Eager to shore up the middle of the bullpen, the Royals on Friday announced the signing of free-agent right-hander Jason Frasor for 2015 with a mutual option for 2016. Read More »

Gordon lights up Plaza to continue magical year


Thousands came out to cheer Alex Gordon, but this time, not at Kauffman Stadium. On Thursday night, it was at the Country Club Plaza. And, oh yes -- the roar of the crowd was also directed at thousands of holiday lights. Read More »

Butler thanks KC for his time with the Royals


Departed designated hitter Billy Butler gave thanks to Kansas City fans and the Royals organization on Thursday by taking out a full-page ad in the Thanksgiving edition of the Kansas City Star. Read More »

Royals acquire shortstop Jackson from Dodgers


The Royals acquired shortstop Ryan Jackson from the Dodgers on Wednesday in exchange for cash considerations. Read More »

Royals Charities spreading goodwill all year round


A World Series came to the Royals for the first time in 29 years, but many Kansas City organizations know there's something they can depend upon every year. That's Royals Charities, an ownership hallmark of the Glass family. It has provided the K.C. co... Read More »

Nix elects to become free agent instead of Minors assignment


Infielder Jayson Nix has elected free agency rather than accept an assignment to the Royals' Triple-A club at Omaha. Read More »

Royals’ magical run to World Series wowed Matthews


Denny Matthews, in broadcasting Royals games since their first season in 1969, has seen just about everything. So his take on the 2014 World Series edition has a background of 46 seasons of watching the club. Read More »

Players’ cut of postseason pool announced


After winning their third World Series in five seasons, the Giants' full postseason shares were worth a record-high $388,605.94, Major League Baseball announced Monday. Read More »

Willingham opts to retire after 11-year career


Outfielder Josh Willingham, a lifetime .253 hitter with 195 home runs, is reportedly retiring after 11 Major League seasons split among five clubs. Read More »

Courageous coming out by Royals employee


Inspired by Kansas City's magical October bond, Royals employee Matt Schulte came out to the world. Read More »

A look back at the careers of first-timers on Hall ballot


Most of the first-timers on the latest Hall of Fame ballot don't have a legitimate chance of making it to Cooperstown, but they nonetheless had impressive big league careers worthy of another look. Read More »