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Royals’ streak halted at 5 with loss to Tigers

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The Tigers capitalized on a series of seeing-eye hits and defensive misplays to score four runs in the eighth inning and rally for a 7-4 win over the Royals on Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium, snapping Kansas City's five-game win streak.

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Guthrie, Royals set to welcome Angels for four games

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Having struggled of late on the road, the Angels don't get much relief when they face the American League's top team during a four-game series in Kansas City starting Thursday night. The Royals lead the AL in home wins this season.

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Triple shy of cycle, Cain settles for four-hit game

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Make no mistake: Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain wanted the cycle. Cain already had a double, a single and a home run in the Royals' eventual 6-1 win over Detroit on Tuesday. He came up in the eighth needing a triple.

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Volquez, Royals go for sweep of Tigers

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Edinson Volquez gets the ball for the Royals in Wednesday night's series finale against Detroit's Daniel Norris as Kansas City goes for a sweep.

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Cain leads Royals to series win over Tigers

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Right-hander Yordano Ventura tossed six scoreless innings and Lorenzo Cain nearly hit for the cycle, coming up just a triple short, as the Royals rolled by the Tigers, 6-1, on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium.

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Glove love: Royals put on defensive show

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The Royals once again demonstrated their amazing ability to deflate an opponent with their defense in Tuesday's 6-1 win over the Tigers.

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Rapper Fetty Wap meets Royals

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Rapper Fetty Wap's "Trap Queen" has been the Royals' anthem this year, and he was at Kauffman Stadium on Tuesday and met with Royals players.

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Royals went out and found their ace in Cueto

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Good as the Royals were, general manager Dayton Moore knew they could better, and he made moves at the Trade Deadline to make them better. Those moves were front and center in the Royals' 4-0 victory against the Tigers, in which Johnny Cueto spun a shu...

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Royals strike early and never look back in win

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One pitch to Alcides Escobar. Single. One pitch to Ben Zobrist. Single. And just like that, the Royals were jumping on Tigers rookie left-hander Matt Boyd. And a few pitches later, Lorenzo Cain laced a two-run double to left-center. The Royals had an e...

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Cueto feeds off energy at The K to finish shutout

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It was a postseason atmosphere Monday night at Kauffman Stadium with Johnny Cueto on the mound making his Royals home debut, and 36,672 screaming fans giving him an ovation every time he strolled back to the dugout. Cueto certainly didn't disappoint, t...

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Ventura, Sanchez set for rematch in KC

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Five days after Yordano Ventura and Anibal Sanchez ended up with neither a quality start nor a decision between them in a high-scoring getaway game between the Tigers and Royals at Comerica Park, they meet up again Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium in ...

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Cuet-0: KC ace twirls shutout in home debut

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Royals right-hander Johnny Cueto, making his home debut at Kauffman Stadium, dazzled the Tigers with a four-hit shutout as the Royals won, 4-0, on Monday in front of 36,672 fans.

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Back tightness no concern for Davis, Royals

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Royals reliever Wade Davis isn't worried by the lingering tightness in his back. Manager Ned Yost isn't worried, either. "It's not serious," Yost said.

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