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Glass proud, thrilled during Royals’ first-place run

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Royals owner David Glass was an eyewitness as the Royals' winning streak got into double figures at Comerica Park, and no one could be happier. "They have really been fun to watch, and they're playing their best ball of the year. They're playing with c... Read More »

Flu-like symptoms keep Gordon out of lineup

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Left fielder Alex Gordon dressed slowly and deliberately as if every move was an effort after the Royals' 2-1 loss on Thursday. He was a late scratch from Kansas City's lineup because of a bout with the flu. Read More »

Royals boast strong group of Minor League prospects

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Despite the dissolution of what was deemed possibly the best farm system in team history in 2011, Kansas City remains stacked with young talent waiting in the wings. Read More »

Royals bolster strong group of Minor League prospects

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Despite the dissolution of what was deemed possibly the best farm system in team history in 2011, Kansas City remains stacked with young talent waiting in the wings. Read More »

Unorthodox journey for Royals prospect Way

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As Cole Way's name scrolled across the MLB.com Draft tracker, two things stood out. First, the jaw-dropping measurements listed next to the Royals' 38th-round selection: 6-foot-11, 235 pounds. Second, Way's school being listed as the University of Tuls... Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 18

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Royals No. 19-ranked prospect Cheslor Cuthbert recorded three hits (two doubles), two RBI and two runs in NW Arkansas' 8-2 win over Arkansas. Read More »

Gordon’s catch saves potential tying run

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Alex Gordon demonstrated again in Wednesday's 2-1 victory over the Tigers why he has won three straight Gold Glove Awards as the Royals' left fielder. Read More »

Since Houston, it’s been no problem for Yost

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This session amounted to an "I told you so" from Royals manager Ned Yost. He was talking about his club's sudden launch into the stratosphere after that gruesome three-game drubbing by Houston. The takeoff has now reached 10 straight games and, since t... Read More »

Royals win 10th straight behind Infante’s homer

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The Royals made it three in a row over Detroit, this time by a margin of 2-1, on Wednesday with 37,209 fans at Comerica Park, increasing their lead in the American League Central to 1 1/2 games over the Tigers. Read More »

Royals look to Duffy to extend win streak to 11

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In Thursday's series finale, the red-hot Royals will start Danny Duffy, who has faced Detroit more than he has faced any other team in his career. Duffy will face Anibal Sanchez, unbeaten in his past seven starts, in the makeup game. Read More »

Royals’ Chen strikes out 11 in Triple-A rehab start

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Left-hander Bruce Chen set out to prove he was ready to return to the Royals, and he may have done so Wednesday in a rehab start for Triple-A Omaha. Read More »

Tickets available for Diamond of Dreams fundraiser

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Royals Charities' annual showpiece fundraiser, Diamond of Dreams: Taking the Field for the University of Kansas Hospital, will be held on the evening of Thursday, June 26, at Kauffman Stadium. Read More »

Henry’s one-hitter in 1983 stands test of time

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Doug Henry, the Royals' bullpen coach, got a new round of texts when a one-hitter was thrown during the weekend at the College World Series in Omaha. Henry, then a freshman at Arizona State, threw a one-hitter in the 1983 tournament to beat Maine, 7-0. Read More »

Royals prospect Dozier advances to Double-A

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Third baseman Hunter Dozier, the Royals' first-round selection in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft, has been promoted to Double-A Northwest Arkansas. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 17

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Triple-A Omaha tied a season high with six home runs, running their winning streak to seven. Jesus Flores recorded two home runs, four RBIs, four hits and three runs while Danny Valencia made his first rehab appearance, going 2-for-4 with a solo homer,... Read More »