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No changes to Royals’ lineup for Game 3

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Royals manager Ned Yost didn't change his lineup for Game 3 of the American League Division Series tonight at 6:30 p.m. CT against the Angels (watch on TBS). Kansas City leads the ALDS, 2-0.

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Dozier wins AFL’s Bowman Hitting Challenge

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It was a good night to be named Hunter at Salt River Fields. Hunter Dozier came through with the top score in the Arizona Fall League's Bowman Hitting Challenge Friday night, and he had a namesake who helped make it a sweep. Hunter Renfroe, one of San ...

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Yost silencing critics with big playoff victories

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Thirty years ago, Royals manager Ned Yost saved a fan's life at Arlington Stadium, or at least he claimed to be a life-saver. It was an early lesson that taught him sometimes, you can defuse public pressure if you're willing to adjust.

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Yost declares Salvy is fine, ready for Game 3

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Royals manager Ned Yost assuaged some of those fears about Salvador Perez's staus before Saturday's optional workout. Yost declared the All-Star catcher "fine," and he is expected to be behind the plate for Game 3 on Sunday.

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Moustakas, Hosmer validating Royals’ faith

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The 11th-inning home runs by Mike Moustakas and Eric Hosmer to beat the Angels on back-to-back nights seemed symbolic of the Royals' re-entry into the winning world of baseball.

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Royals trust Shields to send them to ALCS

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The Royals have grabbed a 2-0 lead on the AL's top-seeded Angels in the AL Division Series, and they haven't even used ace James Shields yet. He gets the ball Sunday at 7:30 p.m. ET (watch on TBS) in Game 3 of one of the more unpredictable AL Division ...

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Three keys for Royals in Game 3 against Angels

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The Royals are just one victory away from winning an American League Division Series, something they've never done before. Heck, there was no such thing as an ALDS or a Wild Card Game the last time they were in the postseason, 1985.

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Rookie arms deliver in Game 2 ALDS duel

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The Royals' Yordano Ventura and the Angels' Matt Shoemaker were gone when Eric Hosmer unloaded his two-run blast in Kansas City's 4-1 win in Game 2 of the ALDS on Friday, but the rookie right-handers managed to deliver the gripping duel.

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Dyson enters for defense, shows off rocket arm

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Royals manager Ned Yost said it is a defensive maneuver he has been making the past two months. But putting Jarrod Dyson in center field in the eighth inning on Friday night has not paid off as big as it did in Kansas City's 4-1 victory over the Angels.

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