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  • Alex Rios, Omar Infante come through as Royals beat Athletics 5-3, sweep series

    OAKLAND, Calif. They are the most maligned and least productive members of the Kansas City lineup, the two weakest links in a club with designs on a championship. The right fielder broke his hand in April and has yet to regain his stroke. The second baseman stumbled through an injury-laden campaign in 2014 only to return healthier yet less useful in 2015.
  • Royals beat A's, 3-2, improve to season-best 15 games over .500

    OAKLAND, Calif. An aggressive double steal a callback to the hard-charging approach of 2014 allowed the Royals to capture a 3-2 victory over Oakland push their record to a season's best 15 games over .500. The aggression occurred in the sixth inning,...

    Royals beat Brewers as Yost becomes winningest manager in club history

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. Ned Yost slung his left elbow along a dugout railing and propped his chin in his hand, like a baseball sculpture by Rodin, as tension simmered inside Kauffman Stadium. It was 9:33 p.m., and a game with the lowly Brewers hung in doubt. All...

    One-sided All-Star fan voting could lead to a Royal mess

    One-sided All-Star fan voting could lead to a Royal mess
    There's still a way to go before All-Star voting ends at midnight EDT on July 2, but if the current results hold, we're going to see seven Royals in the American League's starting lineup. The only non-Royals position players would be Astros second...

    Royals roll over Twins, complete sweep with 7-2 victory

    MINNEAPOLIS The curveball skittered in the dirt, too deceptive for the bat of Twins first baseman Joe Mauer, too rambunctious for the glove of Royals catcher Salvador Perez. Perez blocked the baseball with his legs and let it rest. Mauer hung his head....