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Royals announce 2015 FanFest dates, location

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The 2015 Royals FanFest will be held on Friday, Jan. 30, and Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Kansas City Convention Center's Bartle Hall. This will be the second straight year that the FanFest will be held at the downtown location.

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Royals won’t stand in Moore’s way

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Royals chairman and owner David Glass said on Monday that he doubts that general manager Dayton Moore would want to take the currently vacant Braves GM job, but that he wouldn't stand in Moore's way if Moore wanted to leave Kansas City.

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Royals expect Moore to remain GM through contract

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Royals chairman and owner David Glass said on Monday that he doubts that general manager Dayton Moore would want to take the currently vacant Braves GM job, but that he wouldn't stand in Moore's way if Moore wanted to leave Kansas City.

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Royals draw most fans since 1991 season

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The Royals finished their regular-season home schedule with the biggest attendance since 1991 and not far under the 2 million mark at 1,956,482. That's an average of 24,154 for 81 home dates.

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Royals opt for speed at top of batting order

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With his offense sputtering and Kansas City caught in a slump that included four losses in five games, Yost chose speed over convention on Sept. 13, placing Alcides Escobar, Nori Aoki and Lorenzo Cain in the top three spots.

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Royals’ rookies get chance to swing their bats

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The Royals' lopsided 10-1 loss to the Tigers in Friday night's series opener allowed for a few young players to achieve career firsts. Terrance Gore, called up primarily for his baserunning skills, logged his first Major League at-bat, as did outfielde...

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Willingham bats third with Cain getting break

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Lorenzo Cain has gone 9-for-28 (.321) in the Royals' homestand, but he was not in the No. 3 spot in Saturday's starting lineup against the Tigers. Instead, Josh Willingham batted third as the designated hitter. There were a couple of reasons, according...

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