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Guthrie roughed up as Royals drop opener in Detroit

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Jeremy Guthrie allowed six earned runs in 2 2/3 innings and a rally came up short as the Royals saw their lead in the AL Central cut to one game after Monday's 9-5 loss to the Tigers at Comerica Park. Read More »

Royals to face NL Central on 2015 schedule

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The Royals will launch the 2015 season against the White Sox at Kauffman Stadium on April 6, their first season opener at home in four years. Read More »

Holland working way back from minor elbow injury

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Closer Greg Holland, who was held out of the Royals' weekend series at New York, tested his right elbow on Monday and came out OK. Read More »

Duffy to miss start with rotator cuff inflammation

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The first news on left-hander Danny Duffy appears to be good, as Royals general manager Dayton Moore informed reporters on Monday that Duffy has rotator cuff inflammation and will be reevaluated after a few days of rest. Read More »

Royals honored to be part of Jeter Day

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All 48,110 fans stood and cheered on Derek Jeter Day at Yankee Stadium on Sunday afternoon, honoring the longtime Yankees captain during a special pregame ceremony and tribute. Every Royals player and coach did the exact same thing. Read More »

Guthrie gets call for opener of critical series with Tigers

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First place in the American League Central will be on the line this week as the Royals and Tigers meet for a three-game series at Comerica Park beginning Monday afternoon. Read More »

Royals continue playoff push with win over Yanks

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After a stirring pregame ceremony in front of a sellout crowd gathered for "Derek Jeter Day," the Royals, thanks to another fine pitching performance, mostly silenced the fans and the Yankees' bats, dampening New York's celebratory day with a 2-0 victory. Read More »

Omaha in PCL Championship for fourth straight year

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As the Royals make their September playoff push, their Triple-A affiliate, the Omaha Storm Chasers, continued their own playoff dominance Saturday night. Omaha became the third franchise in the 111-year history of the Pacific Coast League to advance to... Read More »

Butler nominated for Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award

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Royals teammates nominated Billy Butler for the 2014 Marvin Miller Man of the Year Award, an honor given annually by Major League players to pay tribute to those they believe are the best in the game, both on and off the field. Read More »

Pena enjoys trip home, spending time with his dad

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While most of the Royals stayed together in a Manhattan hotel during their weekend series against the Yankees, catcher Francisco Pena had the luxury of sleeping at home. Read More »

Finnegan tosses two perfect innings in MLB debut

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Rookie lefty Brandon Finnegan began his day expecting another relaxing view from the Yankee Stadium bullpen. He ended his day with 100 text messages, two game-used baseballs in his locker and two perfect innings after making his Major League debut. Read More »

Ventura looks to lock up series win for Royals in New York

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The Yankees will celebrate "Derek Jeter Day" at Yankee Stadium before the finale of their three-game series against the Royals on Sunday. First pitch will come after a special ceremony honoring the legendary Yankees shortstop, who remains in the dark r... Read More »

Royals fall to Yanks after losing Duffy to injury

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Left-handed starter Danny Duffy's first pitch Saturday afternoon was also his last, an ominous sign that led to the Royals' disappointing 6-2 loss to the Yankees. Despite the defeat, the first-place Royals remained two games ahead of the Tigers in the ... Read More »

Royals youngsters get first taste of Yankee Stadium

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Right now everything is new for the several Royals September callups, which so far has included learning the ins and outs of their home park, and most recently visiting Yankee Stadium. Read More »

Duffy exits with shoulder soreness after one pitch

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After throwing just one pitch to Yankees leadoff hitter Jacoby Ellsbury, Royals left-hander Danny Duffy exited Saturday's eventual 6-2 loss to the Yankees at the Stadium with left shoulder soreness. Read More »