KC Royals Wild Card Win Transformed Franchise Two Years Ago

The KC Royals changed the course of the franchise with their wild card win over the Oakland A’s two years ago today. On September 30, 2014, Kansas City put an end to 29 years of failure with a victory for the ages. I still get chills when I watch highlights from this 9-8 victory. It’s […] KC Royals Wild Card Win Transformed Franchise Two Years Ago - Kings of Kauffman - Kings...
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Q&A: Yost on World Series experiences

As a manager, coach and player, Ned Yost has been to a total of eight World Series. He discusses that and more in this week's Q&A.
8 hours ago

Royals' bats slowed by Tribe rookie in opener

In a game with postseason implications, and ace Corey Kluber temporarily out of the rotation, the Indians handed the ball to a rookie. Lefty Ryan Merritt was up for the challenge, turning in a strong effort that fueled a 7-2 win over the Royals on Friday night.
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KC Royals and the Final Series of 2016

This season started with a banner being raised for the first time since 1985 for our KC Royals. They’ll end this weekend with nothing to play for except finishing strong and spoiling Cleveland’s bid for homefield advantage. It’ll likely also be an opportunity to see some players who might help in 2017 or an opportunity […] KC Royals and the Final Series of 2016 - Kings of...
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19 hours ago

Royals Getting More Than Expected From Paulo Orlando

The Royals are getting more than they ever expected from second-year outfielder Paulo Orlando. A guy they considered a career fourth outfielder has excelled in the starting lineup. Paulo Orlando wasn’t supposed to become a starter for the Kansas City Royals. Heck, he didn’t break into the big leagues until he was 29-years-old. No one […] Royals Getting More Than Expected From...
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21 hours ago

Royals’ Dillon Gee has one blood clot removed

The Royals ended Dillon Gee’s season prematurely earlier this week because the pitcher was dealing with multiple blood clots. On Friday, Gee posted on his Instagram account one of the blood clots — the one that resided in his shoulder — has been successfully removed. Gee, though, noted another surgical procedure was in the works […] The post Royals’ Dillon Gee has one blood...
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1 day ago

Feels Like The First Time (BP Kansas City Episode 27) Royals were officially eliminated from playoff contention this week, so we tried to put the 2016 season in perspective as it approaches its end. In the second segment, Jeff and Mike shared their memories of the first Royals game they attended (or, at least, the...
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1 day ago

Friday Notes

In a strange way, I think this season is more indicative of the change in the Royals franchise over the last few years than even winning in 2014 and 2015. That might seem ridiculous, but I see a team that is 81-78 and has clinched their fourth straight .500 season that has done that with injuries, ineffectiveness and everything else. And the reaction from the fanbase is disappointment...
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1 day ago

Twins get away with rare win against Royals

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Minnesota Twins closer Brandon Kintzler was concentrating on Terrance Gore, the Kansas City Royals' pinch-runner, not Paulo Orlando, the hitter.After Salvador Perez's pinch-hit RBI single with two outs in the ninth inning pulled the Royals within a run, Gore ran for him. With Orlando, who had four hits to match his career high, at bat, Kintzler picked Gore off...
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RECAP: Royals 5, Twins 2; Vargy Pitched A Great Game

There’s not shame to admitting skepticism when the Royals announced that Jason Vargas would begin his rehab assignment close to a year after undergoing Tommy John surgery. The urban myth timetable is usually around a year of recovery. As in, “Oh yeah, that pitcher had the Tommy John in April, so he should be good to go at the start of next season.” Or something like that. The...
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2 days ago

Local ratings for the 2016 MLB season are in, and Kansas City still loves the Royals

As a broadcasting entity, baseball doesn’t have the national pull of the NFL. The league has instead thrived on local television deals, as its regional popularity, combined with the value of live sports rights, is still enough to facilitate massive team-specific deals. In fact, it’s reasonable to say that the lifeblood of baseball is the local broadcasting model. But no model...
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Gee done for season after being hospitalized with blood clots

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Right-hander Dillon Gee has two blood clots and will not pitch again this season for the Kansas City Royals.Gee was the winning pitcher Sunday at Detroit, but was hospitalized after the game. He returned Tuesday to Kansas City."Dillon developed some shortness of breath after the game when we were packing up," Royals manager Ned Yost said before Tuesday's game...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

Terrance Gore Is Human After All

This is not how a catcher reacts to your typical regular-season caught stealing: And this is not the sort of enthusiasm with which a catcher is typically met in the post-game high-five line: If you missed what happened in the ninth inning of Wednesday’s game between the Cleveland Indians and the Kansas City Royals, I’ve already spoiled the surprise. Terrance Gore, pinch-runner...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Job Postings: Kansas City Royals Baseball Systems Developer & Lead Developer

To be clear, there are two postings here. Position: Kansas City Royals Baseball Systems Developer Location: Kansas City Description: The Kansas City Royals Baseball Club is seeking a highly motivated developer to support baseball operations. The ideal applicant will be able to manage multiple concurrent projects that facilitate enhanced communications, reporting, and other interactions...
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