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The ‘Yost Way’ paying dividends for Royals

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Ned Yost, in his five seasons as Royals manager, has been vilified for a multitude of presumed sins -- he mishandles pitchers, he bunts too much, he doesn't pinch-hit enough, he looks grumpy for goodness sake! So Yost must feel vindicated now that he's... Read More »

Moore dissects moves carrying KC to postseason

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As the Royals prepare for their first postseason since 1985, GM Dayton Moore chats with MLB.com about his team. Read More »

Shields to start if Royals force Central tiebreaker

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At mid-morning Sunday, manager Ned Yost didn't know which team his Royals would be facing next after the regular-season finale. It might be Detroit, Oakland or Seattle. At that point, no one knew. Yost, relaxing in an office chair in the visitors' club... Read More »

Fans part of Royals’ long-awaited celebration

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Royals fans traveled to Chicago for just one reason: to be with their team when it clinched its first postseason berth in 29 years. Friday night's victory celebration made their journeys well worth it. Read More »

Royals front office celebrates postseason berth

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Typically unobtrusive and low-key, Royals owner David Glass and team president Dan Glass slipped into the team's celebration after Friday night's victory. They stood quietly and smiled proudly as their players and staff noisily toasted their first entr... Read More »

Yost sets mark for most KC games managed

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When Ned Yost managed the Royals against the Indians on Wednesday night, he stood alone as the man who has directed the team in the most regular-season games. Yost passed Dick Howser at 771 Royals games managed in a 6-4 loss to the Indians. Read More »

Yost to set mark for most KC games managed

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When Ned Yost manages the Royals against the Indians on Wednesday night, he'll stand alone as the man who has directed the team in the most regular-season games. Yost tied Dick Howser at 770 Royals games managed on Tuesday night. Read More »

Ticket outfit apologizes for online sales snafu

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After technical difficulties interfered with online sales of postseason ticket sales on Thursday, the Royals announced that representatives would be contacting purchasers affected by the glitch and the team's technology provider, Tickets.com, apologize... Read More »

Cross Country Team Competes at Hays

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On Thursday, September 18, the NCHS Cross Country Team traveled to Hays to compete in the Hays High Invitational. The Girls were able to win the team title in their division, and the Boys finished in 3rd place.NCHS Results--Hays High Invitational Read More »

Pipeline Perspectives: Ventura ready to key Royals’ run

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No rookie will have a greater impact on his team in September and October than Royals right-hander Yordano Ventura writes MLB.com's Jim Callis. Read More »

Shields’ gem helps Royals extend AL Central lead

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Before the start of the Royals' crucial six-game road swing, manager Ned Yost was asked why his team should be considered dangerous. His answer was simple. Starting pitching and a dominant bullpen. On Friday night at Yankee Stadium, Yost's diagnosis wa... Read More »

Royals’ three-headed ‘pen monster a terror for foes

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Plaudits from opposing dugouts have become commonplace for a Royals bullpen that features at least three relievers who could conceivably close for just about any team in baseball. Seventh-inning patroller Kelvin Herrera, setup man Wade Davis and closer... Read More »

Royals unveil special ticketing discount for Thursday

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For one day only, the Royals are offering their fans an opportunity to watch the hottest team in baseball at a discounted price. On Thursday, fans will be able to purchase single-game tickets online at www.royals.com or by phone for the Royals remainin... Read More »

Royals’ newfound confidence prompted streak

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Twenty-nine years removed from the only world championship in franchise history -- and the last postseason appearance the Royals made -- this is a team that has gone from wanting to claim a Wild Card spot to a team that feels it can win a division. Read More »

Perez exits with sore right knee, plans to play tonight

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Royals catcher Salvador Perez was removed from Monday night's 6-4 victory against the Twins because of what the team described as "discomfort in his right knee." But as he toweled off and prepared to board the Royals' charter flight to Colorado for an ... Read More »