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Yost concerned with Chen’s health more than stats

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Bruce Chen was shelled for the second time in as many rehab starts for Triple-A Omaha, but manager Ned Yost is more concerned about Chen's overall health than the numbers. Read More »

Moustakas’ numbers, attitude trending upward

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A 10-day demotion to Triple-A Omaha helped third baseman Mike Moustakas clear his mind, and his teammates and coaches have remarked at the third baseman's improved attitude. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 13

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Christian Colon, ranked the Royals' No. 15 prospect, hit an 11th-inning homer as Triple-A Omaha beat Fresno, 7-6, on Friday night. Read More »

Royals prospect hits go-ahead homer in extras

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Second baseman Christian Colon, rated the Royals' No. 15 prospect by MLB.com, hit the go-ahead home run in the 11th inning Friday as Triple-A Omaha defeated Fresno, 7-6. Read More »

After extending hit streak, Escobar exits with injury

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Alcides Escobar extended his hitting streak to 11 games with an eighth-inning double, but he exited the 7-2 Royals victory almost immediately after reaching second because of what he believed to be a left calf cramp. Read More »

Royals boost Guthrie with five-run first inning

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The Royals used a big first inning and an inefficient yet effective outing from Jeremy Guthrie to take the series opener from the White Sox, 7-2, on Friday night at U.S. Cellular Field. Read More »

Royals look to keep rolling with Duffy on hill

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Chicago has not earned an error since last Saturday against the Angels, but White Sox manager Robin Ventura sees his team slipping heading into Saturday's Game 2 against Danny Duffy and the Royals. Read More »

Sveum back in Chicago with new league, team

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Dale Sveum, who managed the Cubs to a 66-96 record in 2013, was dismissed one day after the conclusion of the regular season. He was hardly an hour removed from his duties with the Cubs when he received a call from Ned Yost to offer him a job. Read More »

Coaching shuffle is followed by power surge

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The Royals' overall home run count may be glaringly low, but over the past two weeks, since Dale Sveum was named hitting coach, Kansas City's hitters have bucked what had been a season-long trend. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 12

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Royals No. 18 prospect Humberto Arteaga went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a triple, two RBIs and a run to lead Lexington to a 6-4 win over Charleston. Read More »

Guthrie eyeing first win since April in opener vs. White Sox

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Jeremy Guthrie could use a victory when he faces the White Sox on Friday night. After all, he's been without one in his last 11 starts since winning his first two games of the season. Chicago will turn to left-hander Jose Quintana in the series opener. Read More »

Davis, Holland form dynamic duo at back end of ‘pen

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It's a mutual admiration society for Wade Davis, Kansas City's eighth-inning setup man, and Greg Holland, its closer. Davis and Holland are the Royals' iron wall at the finish and, lately, they've been virtually impenetrable. Read More »

Holland’s success in KC fills father with pride

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From the moment Royals closer Greg Holland first picked up baseball, he's had a supporting father to lead him along the way. That meant trips to sporting-goods stores for gloves, cleats, bats and all the other necessities -- rides to games and, on non-... Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 11

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The Storm Chasers improved to 2-1 at Sacramento, scoring three in the second, four in the fourth and three in the eighth. Johnny Giavotella drove in five runs, including a three-run homer. Read More »

Royals ride Ventura, four sac flies to fourth straight

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Yordano Ventura is turning out to be just about what the Royals expected: pretty darn good. Ventura breezed through seven innings against the Indians as the Royals notched a fourth straight victory, 4-1, and took the two-game series from the Tribe in f... Read More »