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Bullpen arms heating up during win streak

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There's been a warming trend sighted recently for the Royals' bullpen. Starting in the three-game sweep of Houston and continuing through two wins in the current series with Minnesota, Kansas City relievers posted 14 scoreless innings. Read More »

Royals lock up sweep behind dominant Shields

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James Shields led Kansas City to a 5-1 win over Houston at Minute Maid Park on Thursday, completing a three-game sweep of the Astros. Read More »

Duffy happy to contribute to victory out of ‘pen

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No one was happier about being a part of Kansas City's extra-inning win over Houston Wednesday night than reliever Danny Duffy, the winning pitcher. Read More »

Cain placed on 15-day DL with left groin strain

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Kansas City placed center fielder Lorenzo Cain on the 15-day disabled list Thursday with a left groin strain after Cain was injured trying to beat out a grounder in Wednesday night's win over the Houston Astros. Read More »

Moustakas, high school teammate Dominguez reunite

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Kansas City third baseman Mike Moustakas was reunited with his high school teammate, Astros third baseman Matt Dominguez, Tuesday night. Read More »

Maxwell makes first return to Houston

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Whether or not the Justin Maxwell sees the field during Kansas City's three-game set, the outfielder is just happy to be back in the place he called home for nearly two years. Read More »

Infante’s return may lead to KC roster move

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Left-hander Danny Duffy was held out of his scheduled start for Triple-A Omaha on Friday at the Kansas City organization's request, according to the Omaha World Herald. That could indicate a recall to the Royals for Duffy. Read More »

Kauffman Stadium to hold School Day at the K

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The largest educational field trip in Kansas City is coming to Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday, May 14. The 16th annual School Day at the K, sponsored by the Royals and Fox 4 WDAF-TV, annually attracts more than 20,000 students. Read More »

Royals take series behind Gordon’s big day

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Alex Gordon hit Kansas City's first home run of the season and tied a career-high with four RBIs in a game as the Royals defeated the Rays, 7-3, in the rubber match on Wednesday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium. Jeremy Guthrie allowed a run over seven inn... Read More »

Encouraging signs prevalent in Kansas City

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The Royals are only 4-4, but it may be one of the most encouraging 4-4 starts you're ever going to see, according to MLB.com national columnist Mike Bauman. Read More »

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 »

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 »

Royals set to face former top prospect Myers, Rays

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Wil Myers returns to his Kansas City origins, at least baseball-wise, with the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday night. This time he's the reigning American League Rookie of the Year. Jason Vargas will get the start for the Royals against Matt Moore. Read More »

Royals aim to bounce back in Vargas’ debut

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Max Scherzer -- 5-0 with a 2.86 ERA against the Royals over the past two seasons -- will look to continue that success as the Tigers try to make it two straight over their AL Central rivals and new Kansas City pitcher Jason Vargas on Wednesday. Read More »

Royals’ homegrown arms looking to take next step

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The Royals' 2013 success was a tribute to their scouting and player-development departments.To take the next step and advance to the postseason for the first time since winning the 1985 World Series, Kansas City will need to develop starting pitching. ... Read More »