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  • Series preview: Royals at White Sox

    Series preview: Royals at White Sox
    All games on WSCR-AM 670. Season series: Royals 10-5. Thursday: 7:10 p.m., CSN. RH James Shields (14-8, 3.18) vs. LH Jose Quintana (9-10, 3.22). Friday: 7:10 p.m., WCIU-26. RH Jeremy Guthrie (12-11, 4.28) vs. RH Hector Noesi (8-10, 4.39)....
  • Oriole magic goes global

    Oriole magic goes global
    Her favorite baby bottle bore an Orioles logo. Her most beloved childhood memories involve listening to the radio play-by-play as Mike Mussina pitched. And when Aili Sarapik, then 6, attended an event in honor of Cal Ripken in 1995, the Oriole great...
  • Los Reales pasan de hazmerreír a ganadores

    Los Reales pasan de hazmerreír a ganadores
    Después de poner fin a una tortuosa sequía de 29 años sin ir a la postemporada, los Reales de Kansas City están viviendo el cuento de hadas de "Cenicienta" y acaparando la atención del béisbol con su impresionante e inesperado desempeño en el mes de...
  • Rain forces Game 3 between Orioles and Royals to be postponed until Tuesday

    Rain forces Game 3 between Orioles and Royals to be postponed until Tuesday
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Orioles will have to wait another day to attempt to cut into the Kansas City Royals' 2-0 lead in the American League Championship Series. Rain fell at Kauffman Stadium throughout the day Monday, and the Orioles were going through...
  • 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...
  • Theo Epstein ready to open Cubs pocketbook

    Theo Epstein ready to open Cubs pocketbook
    For the first time since taking over as the Cubs' baseball president three years ago, spending money won't be an issue for Theo Epstein. The issue will be how wisely Epstein invests in marquee pitching this winter through free agency and trades while...
  • Trade that sent Zack Greinke to Milwaukee paved Royals' road back to playoffs

    Trade that sent Zack Greinke to Milwaukee paved Royals' road back to playoffs
    They talk about the trade every day. The Royals’ success is introducing them to a new and much bigger audience, so there are a hundred stories being retold to people who never paid much attention before. That means Alex Gordon’s bumpy road...
  • Angels' October surprise: Season ends way too early as Royals sweep

    Angels' October surprise: Season ends way too early as Royals sweep
    General Manager Jerry Dipoto was convinced the Angels could win not only Sunday night's do-or-die game against the Kansas City Royals “but 10 more games” if they could get their high-powered offense on track. “This team can be electric...
  • A look at the ALCS matchup between the Orioles and Royals

    Game 1: Friday, 5 p.m. PDT Kansas City (Shields, 14-8, 3.21) at Baltimore (Tillman, 13-6, 3.34) Game 2: Saturday, 1 p.m. PDT Kansas City (Ventura, 14-10, 3.20) at Baltimore (Chen, 16-6, 3.54) Game 3: Monday, 5 p.m. PDT Baltimore (Norris, 15-8,...
  • Royals make things extra tough for Angels with 4-1 win in Game 2

    Royals make things extra tough for Angels with 4-1 win in Game 2
    The Angels rallied in the wake of a season-ending injury to their best pitcher, Garrett Richards, in August and got so hot they turned a four-game American League West deficit on Aug.10 into a runaway division title. They toiled through a six-month...
  • In Game 1 of Orioles vs. Royals, everything goes against script

    In Game 1 of Orioles vs. Royals, everything goes against script
    If the soggy opener of the American League Championship Series proved anything, it is that there is no sense in trying to generalize about two teams that have spent this postseason defying baseball logic. The Kansas City Royals are supposed to be the...