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5/26/2016 | Morales to miss a few days with sprained finger

The Royals, who already put Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas on the disabled list in the last four days, also will be without designated hitter Kendrys Morales for three or four days because of a sprained middle finger in his right hand.


5/26/2016 | Weather postpones Royals opener vs. Chicago

The Royals' game vs. the White Sox on Thursday night was postponed because of a threat of severe weather in the area.


5/26/2016 | Moustakas has torn ACL, out for season

The chemistry and close bonding inside the Royals clubhouse will be tested now after the news that Mike Moustakas has a torn ACL in his right knee. Moustakas was put on the 15-day disabled list with the season-ending injury.


5/26/2016 | Homers ruled the day among top prospects Wednesday

Wednesday's slate of Minor League action saw four Top 30 prospects connect on a pair of home runs on a day where the ball seemed to be flying out of the yard across all levels.


5/25/2016 | Rookie Merrifield rolling along in big leagues

It's really not supposed to be this easy for any rookie. But since being called up last week, Royals super utility man Whit Merrifield looks like he's been in the Majors for years.


5/25/2016 | Royals still on signature path to success

The Kansas City Royals are in a good place, and we're not talking about third in the AL Central.


5/25/2016 | Moustakas sits out vs. Twins to rest knee

Third baseman Mike Moustakas (knee) did not start for the third straight game on Wednesday against the Twins.


5/25/2016 | Cards get OF Martinez from KC for cash considerations

The Cardinals added to their outfield depth on Wednesday by acquiring Jose Martinez from the Royals for cash considerations. Martinez, 27, has been assigned him to the Cardinals' Triple-A Memphis roster.


5/25/2016 | White Sox visit Royals in evolving AL Central landscape

There are four teams separated by two losses in the American League Central standings after Wednesday's contests. Two of those clubs, the division-leading White Sox and the defending World Series champion Royals, meet up for four games at Kauffman Stadium beginning at 7:15 p.m. CT on Thursday.


5/25/2016 | Twins top Royals with trio of homers

Eduardo Nunez, Brian Dozier and Miguel Sano homered to help the Twins avoid a sweep at the hands of the Royals with a 7-5 victory in the series finale on Wednesday afternoon at Target Field.


5/25/2016 | For starters, Royals' deep 'pen is quite a relief

Can the Royals succeed while being last in the American League in innings pitched by starters?


5/24/2016 | Cain raises his offensive level with 4-hit game

After Lorenzo Cain delivered four more hits in Tuesday night's 7-4 win over the Twins, his average stood at .296.


5/24/2016 | Gordon aims to get healthy, help Royals win

Royals left fielder Alex Gordon seemed to almost sense the question coming. So when asked on Tuesday if his stint on the disabled list for a fractured bone in his right wrist might actually give him a needed mental break, Gordon cut in and said, "Because I've [been bad] so far this year? Yeah, pretty much. I haven't played the way I've wanted to this year."


5/24/2016 | Orlando proving to be offensive force for KC

The Royals had a .400 hitter entering play on May 24. Meet Paulo Orlando, the right fielder who started playing regularly a little over a week ago. And suddenly, opposing pitchers can't seem to get him out.


5/24/2016 | Gee looking to stay hot in KC rotation vs. Duffey, Twins

Royals right-hander Dillon Gee (2-1, 2.90 ERA) will take the mound against Twins righty Tyler Duffey (1-3, 3.30) in the finale of this three-game set on Wednesday afternoon at Target Field.


5/23/2016 | Salvy on Target with career night at the plate

There's just something about Target Field that brings out the absolute best in Royals catcher Salvador Perez.


5/23/2016 | Volquez eyeing continued success vs. Santana, Twins

Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez will take the mound against one of his favorite opponents on Tuesday as the Twins counter with righty Ervin Santana at Target Field.


5/23/2016 | Royals' bats pour it on as Perez goes 5-for-5

Salvador Perez was a homer short of the cycle, going a career-best 5-for-5 with a double and a triple, to help lead the Royals to a 10-4 win over the Twins on Monday night at Target Field.


5/23/2016 | Gordon lands on DL with fractured right wrist

The Royals placed All-Star outfielder Alex Gordon on the 15-day disabled list with a fracture of the scaphoid bone in his right wrist and recalled infielder Cheslor Cuthbert on Monday.


5/23/2016 | Legends set to welcome stars of the future at 2016 MLB Draft

Major League Baseball announced the annual list of club reps for the 2016 MLB Draft on Monday, and as usual it is a star-studded gathering from the past that will man the phones and help welcome the future on the first night of selections.


5/22/2016 | Royals avoid major damage on scary collision

In a 3-2 loss to the White Sox on Sunday, the Royals didn't leave town with a sweep, but they did come away with some bruises.


5/22/2016 | Melky delivers as Rodon shuns Royals

Melky Cabrera delivered a two-run single to center on an 0-2 pitch from Yordano Ventura with the bases loaded and two outs in the fifth, helping the White Sox to a 3-2 victory before 34,526 on Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Field.


5/22/2016 | Royals rolling into series against Twins

Right-hander Ian Kennedy will be on the mound Monday night against the Twins at Target Field as the Royals aim to continue their surge in the American League Central. Ricky Nolasco gets the call for Minnesota.


5/22/2016 | Yost likes Orlando-Dyson combo in RF

Paulo Orlando is on a tear. Jarrod Dyson is coming on, too. And the Royals' right-field platoon seems to be right where manager Ned Yost wants it.


5/21/2016 | Short-handed Royals see pitchers prove themselves

Royals manager Ned Yost and pitching coach Dave Eiland wanted to know whether starter Danny Duffy had one more out in him during Saturday's 2-1 win against the White Sox. Duffy, who had thrown four scoreless innings but gone one pitch over his 60-pitch limit, left no doubt.




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