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Royals Minor League report: July 10

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Royals No. 6 prospect Hunter Dozier hit a go-ahead three-run homer as Double-A Northwest Arkansas stormed back with four in the ninth. to beat Springfield, 5-4, on Thursday. Read More »

Royals hope to regain momentum behind Duffy

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The Royals will send Danny Duffy to the mound on Friday to try to regain some momentum after Thursday's tough loss. Anibal Sanchez will pitch for the Tigers, trying to bounce back from his worst outing of the season his last time out. Read More »

Guthrie, Royals miss chance to gain on Tigers

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The Royals' much-anticipated four-game series against the first-place Tigers got off to a dismal start, a 16-4 loss on Thursday night at Kauffman Stadium. That was the bad news. The good news is that there are still three games left in which to made am... Read More »

Royals’ top pick Finnegan makes debut

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Brandon Finnegan, the Royals' first pick in the 2014 First-Year Player Draft, made his professional debut on Thursday with Class A Advanced Wilmington. He threw two perfect innings against Potomac in Game 2 of a doubleheader, a game that was suspended ... Read More »

Gordon out of All-Star Game, possibly Detroit series

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Royals left fielder Alex Gordon is out of the All-Star Game and probably out of this weekend's four-game series against the first-place Tigers as well. Read More »

After appendectomy, Vargas on DL; Coleman recalled

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Jason Vargas, after undergoing an appendectomy on Wednesday, was placed on the disabled list on Thursday, and reliever Louis Coleman was recalled to take his roster spot. Read More »

Moustakas better after bout with flu

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Mike Moustakas is recovering from the flu that kept him out of Wednesday night's 5-4 victory over the Rays. "He feels better, he's ready to go," manager Ned Yost said. But with the Tigers starting a lefty on Thursday, the right-handed-hitting Danny Val... Read More »

Holland recalls momentous 2013 ASG entrance

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On Thursday, with prompting from club publicist Mike Swanson at an All-Star media session, Greg Holland told about his wayward entrance into the 2013 All-Star Game. Read More »

Legendary scout Stewart promotes book at Kauffman

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Art Stewart, a legendary figure among Major League scouts, met the media on Thursday at Kauffman Stadium to promote his new book. Read More »

Salvy’s jack in ninth stings Rays in rubber game

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All-Star catcher Salvador Perez blasted a go-ahead three-run homer in the ninth to lift the Royals to a 5-4 win over the Rays in Wednesday night's rubber game at Tropicana Field. Read More »

Gordon may miss All-Star Game with wrist sprain

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Royals left fielder Alex Gordon has a sprained right wrist, but manager Ned Yost does not expect him to go on the disabled list. Gordon was scratched from the starting lineup on Wednesday night, but played in the last inning as a defensive replacement ... Read More »

Vargas undergoes successful appendectomy

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Royals left-hander Jason Vargas underwent a successful appendectomy on Wednesday night after becoming ill following Tuesday night's start against the Rays. Read More »

KC tabs Guthrie for opener of showdown with Tigers

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The final series of the first half for the Royals and Tigers could go a long way toward determining their trajectories for the second half. The two teams will meet for four games in Kansas City beginning Thursday, when Detroit lefty Drew Smyly opposes ... Read More »

Vargas rushed to hospital for appendectomy

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Royals left-hander Jason Vargas was scheduled to have an appendectomy on Wednesday night after becoming ill overnight. Vargas was taken to a hospital by Royals head trainer Nick Kenney. Read More »

Jirschele struck in face by ball during BP

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Not even the Royals' coaching staff can avoid checking into the training room. Third-base coach Mike Jirschele was wearing a bandage on the right side of his face after being struck by a ball during early batting practice on Wednesday. Read More »