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Royal’s Season is Finishing Up

The Kansas City Royals have one series left against the Detroit Tigers at Kauffman Stadium and then their 2012 season will be over. The Royals had higher expectations going into this season but have fallen short of them……again. The KC Royals weren’t expected to make the playoffs this season, although

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Moustakas Heating Up?

Coming into the 2011 baseball season, Mike Moustakas was the biggest field player prospect in their minor leagues. Once the season got started, though, Eric Hosmer took over the spotlight. Hosmer started the season in Triple A Omaha and had amazing numbers, so the Kansas City Royals had no choice

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Royals Second-Half of Season Starts

The Kansas City Royals lost their first game after the All-Star break 8-4 to the Minnesota Twins. The Royals decided to start the second half of the season with starter Bruce Chen on the mound and putting the Opening Day starter Luke Hochevar #2 in the rotation. The game started

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Royals Have Winning Home Stand

The first home stand did not go the way Kansas City Royals fans were hoping for. The Royals came into this year with higher expectations than normal with several high prospects starting with the big league. Before the Royals even got to the the plate in their first home game

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Royals Arriving In Spring Training

The Kansas City Royals players don’t have to report to spring training for a few more weeks at least, but several players are arriving in Arizona already to start their training. The Royals have big expectations for this season. The last couple years, the Kansas City Royals organization has been

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Royals Looking to Finish Strong

The Kansas City Royals just had their longest winning streak of the year snapped on Sunday by the Chicago White Sox. They Royals had won 7 games in a row beating the Mariners, Twins and Whit Sox. The club has already secured the fact that they won’t lose 100 games

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Royals Challenge Their Pitchers

Coming out of the All-Star break the Kansas City Royals claim they have figured out why Luke Hochevar has late inning collapses. Luke has had a tendency to pitch great through four or five innings and then have an inning where he gives up multiple runs and has to be

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Gordon Left Out of All-Star Game

Alex Gordon did not get selected to the 2011 All-Star roster by Manager Ron Washington but with his great fielding numbers and above average hitting, he had a chance to get voted into the last AL spot by the fans. Ron Washington choose to make the one mandatory pick from

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