The Kansas City Royals kicked off the weekend by making a deal with the Oakland Athletics that sends outfielder Brett Eibner out to California in exchange for outfielder Billy Burns. Continue reading Eibner To Athletics For Burns
The Royals have claimed righty Nick Tepesch off waivers from the Oakland Athletics and have transferred Kris Medlen to the 60 day DL to clear room on the 40-man roster. Continue reading Royals Claim Tepesch from Athetics And Move Medlen to 60 Day DL
The Royals had quite the roller coaster first half of the 2016 season, riddled with highlights and low-lights. Let’s take a look back on some of the first half stories in KC and take a quick look towards the final 73 games. Continue reading The Ups and Downs of the First Half, and a Second Half Look
By: Jon Van Pelt The Kansas City Royals opened up a four game series Thrusday night against the Cleveland Indians. At first, the team looked to continue their 6 game win streak coming out early, but failed to hold on to the lead in the ninth. The team jumped out to an early 2-1 lead thanks to a home run by Catcher Drew Butera, and … Continue reading Royals Drop Series Opener To Indians
By: Jon Van Pelt Is it even possible? The Kansas City Royals have done it again. Friday night against the White Sox, the team us down late,comes back and wins the game. Saturday, the most remarkable comeback in Royals history, the Royals were down by margin of 6 in the bottom of the ninth, and score 7 times! And Sunday, down 4-2 in the 8th, … Continue reading The Comeback Kids Strike Yet Again
By: Jon Van Pelt Yes, it’s true, Royals 3rd baseman Mike Moustakas is out for the season following an injury he sustained Sunday in Chicago when he and left fielder Alex Gordon collided. Gordon, suffered a broken hand during the incident, and will be out for a few weeks. Moustakas, on the other hand, suffered a tear to his ACL in his right leg. … Continue reading Moustakas Down For The Year.
By: Jon Van Pelt The Royals continue their dominance over the Minnesota Twins after winning 10-4 Monday night and 7-4 Tuesday night. Salvador Perez was the hero in Monday’s game, going 5 for five with 3 singles, a double and a triple. Perez maintained his career hot streak at Target Field Tuesday. But the story Tuesday, was Lorenzo Cain, going 4 for 5 driving in … Continue reading Purple Cain Rains Down On Minnesota