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Royals’ staff works quickly to prep for parade

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As soon as the Royals took care of business in Game 5 of the World Series on Sunday night at Citi Field in New York, it was the signal for the club's video department to get to work with a similar sense of urgency.

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Royals WS artifacts headed to Hall of Fame

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While the jubilant Royals flew home to celebrate their World Series championship with family and friends, six important items used in the five-game Fall Classic stayed behind in New York. They will be there waiting for any Royals players or fans who wa...

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Volquez, Royals seek to clinch title in New York

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The Mets better carb up, maybe hit the energy gel and also search for that second wind. On Marathon Day in the Big Apple, their 2015 story is in danger of hitting the wall, because the Kansas City Royals are one win away from the finish line. Game 5 at...

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Stats of the Day: Cueto goes the distance

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Johnny Cueto tossed a complete-game two-hitter and the Royals defeated the Mets, 7-1. With the result, the teams head to New York with Kansas City holding a 2-0 lead in the Fall Classic.

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Royals pack rested bullpen for trip to NY

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Beginning Friday night at Citi Field in New York, the Royals and Mets are scheduled to play three straight World Series games without a break. Not a lot, by baseball standards. But a stretch that could have given Kansas City pause.

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Young, KC out to grab commanding 3-1 lead

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Chris Young and R.A. Dickey, the opposing starters for Game 4 of the American League Championship Series, were bonded by their intellect in New York. The savants were a perfect match while sharing the Mets' rotation from 2011-12. Now they'll match up a...

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Cross-country cyclist raises funds for killer childhood illness

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The dean of the University of Notre Dame’s College of Science will be pedaling his bicycle across Nebraska this week to raise awareness and money about a rare childhood disease that’s always fatal. Dr. Greg Crawford is about halfway through his cross-country Road to Discovery ride that’s taking him from New York to California. Dr. […]

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Not Guthrie’s day as Royals drop opener

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The Yankees snapped their six-game losing streak in grand fashion on Monday, cruising to a 14-1 victory over the Royals in the series opener at Yankee Stadium. New York hit three homers during a decisive eight-run first inning.

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Creighton baseball washed out on Sunday, remain in 1st place tie with Red Storm

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Due to the combination of rain and travel restrictions, Sunday’s finale for Creighton Baseball and St. John’s has been cancelled. Scheduled for a 12:00 pm start, the forecast calls for rain into the early afternoon. In addition the Red Storm are scheduled to return to New York on an early evening flight. Saturday’s recap The […]

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South-central Nebraska cattle operation wins Leopold Conservation Award

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A south-central Nebraska family that made a switch from row crops to a cow-calf operation has won the 2015 Nebraska Leopold Conservation Award. Brian Shaw, speaking for the family, says he began his career after playing football and graduating from the University of Nebraska at Lehmann Brothers in New York and Chicago only to return […]

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Gordon adds Platinum Glove Award to collection

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Royals left fielder Alex Gordon won the Rawlings Platinum Glove Award for the American League, it was announced at Friday night's Gold Glove Award ceremony at The Plaza Hotel in New York.

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Royals’ prospect Zimmer dealing with shoulder issue

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Right-hander Kyle Zimmer, the Royals' No. 2 prospect, had his injured pitching shoulder evaluated on Monday by Dr. David W. Altchek in New York. Kansas City remains hopeful that Zimmer will avoid major surgery.

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Royals continue playoff push with win over Yanks

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After a stirring pregame ceremony in front of a sellout crowd gathered for "Derek Jeter Day," the Royals, thanks to another fine pitching performance, mostly silenced the fans and the Yankees' bats, dampening New York's celebratory day with a 2-0 victory.

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Yanks score run after challenge overturns call at plate

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The Yankees won a challenge and gained a run against the Royals on Monday night. The final run of New York's four-run seventh came on a sacrifice fly by Brian McCann, but that's not initially how it was ruled.

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