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  • Two homers in 10th lift Royals to 8-6 victory

    Two homers in 10th lift Royals to 8-6 victory
    BALTIMORE — It may have been force of habit, but Orioles fans started booing Friday night when the public address announcer began the pregame introductions for the Royals. The American League Championship Series that no one saw coming last March...
  • Gordon pushes Royals past Orioles in ALCS Game 1

    Gordon pushes Royals past Orioles in ALCS Game 1
    BALTIMORE — The rain-soaked crowd at Camden Yards had waited long enough for this moment — Baltimore's first American League Championship Series game in 17 years — so when Game 1 of the ALCS went to extra innings, few seats were...
  • Royals take Game 1 in Baltimore in extras

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Seidel, The Sports Xchange Royals take Game 1 in Baltimore in extras BALTIMORE -- The Kansas City Royals banged out three home runs, including two in extra innings, and also got a strong effort from their bullpen on Friday...
  • Key moments from Game 1 of the AL Championship Series

    Key moments from Game 1 of the AL Championship Series
    First sustained cheer of the night: 7:12 p.m., as the grounds crew pulls back the tarp that had covered the field all day. Player introductions begin: 7:47 p.m. The orange towels begin waving with the introduction of longtime trainer Richie Bancells....
  • Royals in driver's seat after taking Game 1

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Kansas City Royals - INSIDE PITCH BALTIMORE -- The Kansas City Royals neutralized the Baltimore Orioles' home field advantage with a huge 8-6 victory on homers by Alex Gordon and Mike Moustakas in the 10th inning...
  • For Royals' affiliate in Wilmington, Del., ALCS berth is 'strange in a way'

    For Royals' affiliate in Wilmington, Del., ALCS berth is 'strange in a way'
    The Kansas City Royals, much like the Orioles, have long pumped the potential in their minor league system as the major league team struggled. And a lot of those prospects were biding their time in Wilmington, Del., home of the High-A Blue Rocks....
  • From glory to heartache and back, Orioles and Royals have traveled similar roads to ALCS

    From glory to heartache and back, Orioles and Royals have traveled similar roads to ALCS
    Cal Ripken Jr. remembers well the pleasures of playing in Kansas City the last time the Royals were contenders — the smart, respectful fans who adored their team but would also applaud an opponent's standout catch. "Playing in Kansas City was a...
  • Americans love an underdog, and they seriously love the Royals

    Those long-lowly Royals are America's new "it team." The nation is speaking, voting online, buying blue. Its sports sages are writing that Kansas City's baseball franchise has become the popular choice of fans whose teams are out of championship...
  • Orioles add lefty Brian Matusz to ALCS roster, leave off right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez

    Orioles add lefty Brian Matusz to ALCS roster, leave off right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez
    Orioles manager Buck Showalter released his American League Championship Series roster on Friday morning and there was just one change from his roster for the ALDS. The Orioles are still carrying 11 pitchers for their best-of-seven series against the...
  • Royals legends are relieved to see this team create 1985-like memories

    Those are the Royals over there in front of all the cameras. That’s Eric Hosmer on the cover of Sports Illustrated. That’s him and his teammates making the funnest kind of off-the-field news by dropping around $15,000 on a bar tab to say thank...
  • Late-season tweak to swing has Royals' Eric Hosmer ready to launch

    During the month of August, as his broken right hand recuperated and the Royals soared without him, Eric Hosmer resembled a ghost inside his own clubhouse. He rarely lingered at his locker, shuttling between exercises while wearing a small cast. He joked...