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Guthrie aims to stay unbeaten at Kauffman

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Jake Odorizzi on Wednesday afternoon will start against the Royals, the team that traded him to the Rays. He will face Jeremy Guthrie, who is 14-7 at Kauffman Stadium since joining Kansas City. Read More »

KC’s Ventura elevating already-impressive staff

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Before the start of the season, you could have confidently predicted that the pitching staff of the Kansas City Royals would be one of the best in the American League. Now, it can be safely suggested that the Royals' pitching may be even better than ex... Read More »

Call at second confirmed after Maddon challenge

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On Tuesday night, Rays manager Joe Maddon issued a challenge after the Royals' Alcides Escobar was ruled safe on a force play at second base with one out in the bottom of the third. The umpires confirmed the original call. Read More »

Infante’s injury thins infield roster depth

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The Royals opted to make no roster moves after Omar Infante's face cut and jaw sprain, and because Infante was not placed on the disabled list, the team's potential options were limited. Read More »

No concussion for Infante; evaluation to continue

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The news was about as good as could be hoped for about Royals second baseman Omar Infante on Tuesday morning. Infante did not sustain a concussion or a broken jaw as a result of being hit by a pitch in the seventh inning of Monday night's game against ... Read More »

Royals Minor League report: April 7

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Royals 2013 comp-round pick Sean Manaea is scheduled to make his professional debut for the Class A Advanced Wilmington Blue Rocks on Tuesday night. Read More »

Vargas gets glowing reviews for first Royals win

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Alcides Escobar belted a bases-loaded double to push Jason Vargas and the Royals toward a 4-2 victory over the Tampa Bay Rays at Kauffman Stadium on Monday. Read More »

Infante hit in face, tested for possible broken jaw

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Royals second baseman Omar Infante was undergoing tests to determine if his jaw was broken or if he had a concussion after being hit with a pitch in Monday night's 4-2 win over the Rays. Read More »

Myers-Shields trade rare deal that helps both clubs

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The trade that helped both teams is generally more rhetoric than reality. Most trades produce two things: one winner and one loser. But at Kauffman Stadium this week we have an example of a trade that really did help both clubs. This trade was so good ... Read More »

Flame-thrower Ventura set for season debut

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Chris Archer and Yordano Ventura will lock horns in Kansas City on Tuesday night, pitting two lively young arms against each other in what should be an exciting matchup. Read More »

Infante hit in face with pitch, leaves game

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Royals second baseman Omar Infante left Monday night's game after being struck in the face by a pitch in the seventh inning. Read More »

Coleman nearing return from DL

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Right-hander Louis Coleman is back in the Royals' clubhouse and soon might be summoned off his stay on the disabled list. Possibly by Tuesday, the first day he's eligible to return from a jammed middle finger on his pitching hand. Read More »

Two more rookies added to bullpen

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Donnie Joseph and Michael Mariot were called up by the Royals on Monday when left-handers Tim Collins and Francisley Bueno went onto the 15-day disabled list. Read More »

Bueno, Collins to DL; KC calls up Joseph, Mariot

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The Royals have placed left-handers Francisley Bueno and Tim Collins on the disabled list and called up lefty Donnie Joseph and right-hander Michael Mariot from Triple-A Omaha to fill their places. Read More »

Collins, Bueno placed on 15-day DL

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The Royals have placed left-handers Francisley Bueno and Tim Collins on the disabled list and called up lefty Donnie Joseph and right-hander Michael Mariot from Triple-A Omaha to fill their places. Read More »