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Infante out of action again Thursday with sore back

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Second baseman Omar Infante was out of the Royals' lineup again on Thursday night and he's expected to miss Friday night's game against the Mariners as well. Read More »

Royals Minor League report: May 7

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Omaha evened the series at a game apiece behind a strong outing from Aaron Brooks, who earned his first Triple-A win. Read More »

Royals rise to occasion with rubber-game win

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James Shields fired seven scoreless innings and Eric Hosmer logged three run-scoring hits and four RBIs in leading the Royals to an 8-0 win over the Padres in Wednesday's rubber game. Read More »

Shields looks to continue amazing run on the road

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The Padres are starting Andrew Cashner, who has never faced the Royals, against James Shields in the rubber game of the Interleague match. Read More »

Salvy says he’s fine despite bruised left shin

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Catcher Salvador Perez left Friday night's game with his shin barking, but he insisted that he'll play on Saturday night against the Tigers. Perez's left shin was bruised when he fouled off a pitch in the seventh inning against Rick Porcello. Read More »

Royals shift things with Hosmer’s bunt attempt

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There were two reasons for Eric Hosmer's bunt attempt with two outs and nobody on in Thursday's game against the Blue Jays: The shift and pitcher Aaron Loup, who had just entered the game. Read More »

Brooks returns for second tour with Royals

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Right-hander Aaron Brooks was back on Friday for his second stay with the Royals this season when left-hander Bruce Chen was placed on the 15-day disabled list. Previously, Brooks was called up from Triple-A Omaha on April 5 and stayed five days withou... Read More »

Hosmer confirmed out at plate on crew chief review

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A crew chief review confirmed an out call against the Royals in Wednesday night's game when Eric Hosmer was called out at the plate. Read More »

Chen skipped, slated to make next start Saturday

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A day off is time for contemplation, and Royals manager Ned Yost planned to spend his Monday thinking about his rotation. Sure enough, as Tuesday night's game against Toronto approached, Yost revealed the result of his deliberations: He plans to skip l... Read More »

Infante crowns O’s with six RBIs in series win

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Omar Infante matched a career high by driving in six runs to back a strong outing from ace James Shields as the Royals rolled to a 9-3 win over the Orioles in Sunday's rubber game at Camden Yards. Read More »

Guthrie set to square off with former team in Baltimore

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The Orioles undoubtedly will go into Saturday night's game against the Royals without first baseman Chris Davis as lefty Wei-Yin Chen faces former O's ace Jeremy Guthrie and the Royals. Read More »

All-Star ballot opens with Alcides front and center

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Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar has never been on an All-Star team -- or won a Gold Glove, for that matter -- but perhaps 2014 is his year. Certainly fans can give him a push toward the American League All-Star team with their votes as the annual ball... Read More »

Collins takes another step toward return to ‘pen

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Left-hander Tim Collins is getting closer to returning to the Royals' bullpen. Collins threw 20 to 25 pitches Tuesday under mock game conditions. Read More »

Squirrel avoids contact in Royals-Indians tilt

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At least no baseball struck the squirrel that cavorted on the field during the Royals-Indians game on Monday night. The same couldn't be said for a seagull that intervened in their game on June 10, 2009, at Progressive Field. In fact, the seagull prove... Read More »

Yost says Butler needs to find timing at plate

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Billy Butler's season-launching slump caught everyone by surprise, including Royals manager Ned Yost. Before Friday night's game against the Twins, Yost was asked if he'd seen anything like it from Butler. Read More »