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  • Royals win again to go up 3-0 in ALCS series vs. Orioles

    Royals win again to go up 3-0 in ALCS series vs. Orioles
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The formula worked well for the Kansas City Royals all season: Get a lead late and let the bullpen hold it. It worked to perfection Tuesday night. Pinch runner Jarrod Dyson scored the go-ahead run in the sixth inning, and Kansas...
  • After 2-1 loss to Royals in Game 3, Orioles one game away from elimination

    After 2-1 loss to Royals in Game 3, Orioles one game away from elimination
    At this point, the Orioles don’t need magic. They need a miracle. For a franchise that has waited so long to be in this spotlight -- 17 long years since its last trip to the American League Championship Series -- nearing the possibility of an...
  • ALCS Game 3 postponed because of rain

    ALCS Game 3 postponed because of rain
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Heavy rains Monday did what the Oakland Athletics, Los Angeles Angels and Baltimore Orioles (so far) have failed to do -- slow down the Kansas City Royals. The Royals, who won their first six playoff games, and Orioles were rained...
  • Royals remain extra special in ALCS Game 1 win over Orioles

    The rain-soaked sellout 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 went to extra innings, few seats were vacated as the clock hit...
  • Royals do it again, take 2-0 lead in ALCS

    Royals do it again, take 2-0 lead in ALCS
    BALTIMORE — Now it's just getting ridiculous, this Royals' dynasty-in the-making thing. There's no plausible reason to believe a team can make it to the World Series with a middle-of-the-pack offense, a nondescript rotation and Ned Yost calling...
  • After 6-4 loss to Royals, Orioles head to Kansas City down two games in ALCS

    After 6-4 loss to Royals, Orioles head to Kansas City down two games in ALCS
    The words delivered in the Orioles clubhouse after another jaw-busting, late-inning loss to the Kansas City Royals in the American League Championship Series belied the otherwise eerie silence that punctuated the room. Bounce around from player to...
  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Royals use power to top Orioles, 8-6, in 10 innings to take 1-0 lead in ALCS

    Royals use power to top Orioles, 8-6, in 10 innings to take 1-0 lead in ALCS
    The rain-soaked crowd at Camden Yards had waited long enough for this moment -- the Orioles' first American League Championship Series game in 17 years -- so when Game 1 went to extra innings, few fans left their seats as the clock struck midnight. They...
  • In battle of the bullpens, it's hard to pick between the Orioles and the Royals

    In battle of the bullpens, it's hard to pick between the Orioles and the Royals
    The Orioles' primary formula for victory this season has been to keep the game close until it becomes a battle of the bullpens. It worked most of the year and then unfolded perfectly in the American League Division Series. In all three ALDS games, the...
  • Playoffs prove building strong bullpen is key

    Playoffs prove building strong bullpen is key
    The most anonymous job in baseball once belonged to middle relievers, the offensive linemen of the national pastime. They usually found themselves in the media spotlight only after blowing saves, and only a select few were ever considered for the All-...