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Royals Minor League report: June 10

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Bubba Starling, ranked No. 7 among the Royals' top prospects, doubled and scored a run in the first game of Class A Advanced Wilmington's two losses against Winston-Salem. Read More »

Each team issues challenge; only Royals are successful

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Each manager issued a challenge in the Indians-Royals game Tuesday night, but only one was successful. The successful challenge by the Royals in the third inning helped them make it a four-run inning. Read More »

Royals’ hot bats back up strong outing by Vargas

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The Royals rode Jason Vargas' arm to a 9-5 victory over the Indians on Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium. That gave Kansas City eight wins in the last 12 games. Read More »

Well-rested Ventura set to face Bauer in series finale

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Royals starter Yordano Ventura, who skipped a start with a sore elbow, will face off with the Indians' Trevor Bauer in the finale of the two-game set. Read More »

Royals agree to terms with several Draft picks

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Left-handed pitcher Foster Griffin, who was a first-round pick in the First-Year Player Draft on Thursday, has signed with the Royals for $1.925 million. He was one of several Draft picks signed Tuesday. Read More »

Garagiola to accept Buck O’Neil award in absentia

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Joe Garagiola, 88, will receive the award because of extraordinary efforts to enhance baseball's positive impact on society. It was established in the spirit of O'Neil, the Kansas City icon who was co-founder of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in KC. Read More »

Chen to make third rehab start Friday

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Left-hander Bruce Chen is scheduled for his third rehabilitation outing Friday for Triple-A Omaha at Fresno, Calif. Chen went on the disabled list May 2 because of a bulging disc in his back. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 9

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Double-A Northwest Arkansas took a pair from Arkansas on Monday, as the Naturals won, 3-2 and 2-0, in a twinbill against the Travelers. Kansas City's No. 8 prospect, Jason Adam, picked up the win in the opener, scattering five hits and a walk while str... Read More »

Royals hand ball to Vargas for opener against Indians

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Corey Kluber probably has some fond memories of the Royals. After all, the Indians right-hander pitched the first complete game of his career the last time he faced Kansas City, holding its lineup to one unearned run on four hits on April 24. He'll loo... Read More »

Moustakas’ attitude improved since returning to bigs

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Perhaps Mike Moustakas' production hasn't improved just yet, but his attitude certainly has since his return from the Minor Leagues. Take it from manager Ned Yost. Read More »

Royals set for annual on-air Broadcast Auction

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The annual on-air Broadcast Auction by Royals Charities and Fox Sports Kansas City is set for Tuesday night, giving TV viewers a chance to bid on baseball memorabilia and ballpark experiences. Read More »

Four prospects named to Texas League ASG

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Four players from the Double-A Northwest Arkansas Naturals have been named to the North squad for the Texas League All-Star Game on June 24 at Arkansas. They are shortstop Orlando Calixte (Royals No. 9 prospect), third baseman Cheslor Cuthbert (No. 19)... Read More »

Yankees-Royals finale postponed by rain

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The rainout against the Yankees on Monday night had just been announced, but the Royals were already making a move in preparation for the Cleveland series. The fourth game of the Yankees series was postponed because of constant rain and the forecast of... Read More »

Royals Minor League report: June 8

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Cheslor Cuthbert, ranked 19th among Royals prospects, recorded three hits and three RBI as the Northwest Arkansas Naturals shut out Arkansas on Sunday in a rain-shortened game, 6-0. Read More »

Fans can boost Salvy, Royals in All-Star voting

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Last year, Salvador Perez was a choice in the players' vote and could be again. However, if Royals fans can rally their ballots, he has a chance to be the starting catcher for the American League. Read More »