1. Pitcher Chris Young Collects 3 RBIs, Shuts Down Brewers in 7-2 Royals Victory

    The hoodie-clad denizens of the Kansas City dugout rose to greet a man who made history. Chris Young lumbered through the group as he accepted high-fives and fist-bumps. He had just cracked a sixth-inning single, his second of the game...

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  2. Young Drives in 3 Runs, Pitches 7 Sharp Innings for Royals

    Chris Young became the first Royals pitcher to drive in three runs in a game since 1972 and worked seven innings of five-hit ball Tuesday night, leading Kansas City to a 7-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers ...

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  3. Royals Keep Rolling, Show ASG Bids Are No Fluke

    The sign advertising next month's All Star Game hung from a party deck in Miller Park's left field. The Royals have become synonymous with the Midsummer Classic in recent weeks as their fans overwhelm the voting system...

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  4. Royals Don't Apologize for All-Star 7: 'If You Don't Like It, Vote More'

    ST. LOUIS -- The country fell in love with these adorable Kansas City Royals last year, stealing our hearts with their improbable run to the World Series, ending that ugly 29-year playoff drought...

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  5. Royals-Cardinals Game Postponed Because of Rain

    After a nearly three-hour rain delay, Sunday's Royals - Cardinals game was postponed. Check out tweets from Star sportswriters at Busch Stadium. Mobile users, tap here to follow along...

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  6. Royals-Cardinals Postponed Due to Rain

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  7. Failure to Capitalize, Touch of Bad Luck Burn Royals vs. Cardinals

    Alex Gordon had merely been a spectator through the first three pitches of his eighth-inning at-bat Saturday. He had no reason to be anything else; Trevor Rosenthal's first three offerings landed outside the strike zone...

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  8. Yes, the Royals Are Slumping, but They Also Have the Best Record in the AL

    The Royals ' slump is officially A Thing. We can all agree on that. They are scoring runs at a snail's pace, scoring three or fewer in all but four of their last 18 games, but the real tell goes beyond the numbers...

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  9. Royals' Ventura Has Irritation in Ulnar Nerve, Expected to Make Next Start

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  10. Ventura (Nerve Irritation) Not Expected to Miss a Start

    Yordano Ventura has irritation in his ulnar nerve, but the trainers told Ned Yost they do not believe Ventura will miss a start...

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  11. Jason Vargas Injury: Updates on Royals P's Flexor and Return

    Kansas City Royals left-hander Jason Vargas has landed on the disabled list for the second time this season due to an elbow injury. Continue for updates...

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  12. Jason Vargas Back to the DL, Finnegan Recalled

    The Royals have announced that Jason Vargas has been placed back on the 15 day disabled list with a left-flexor strain, the same injury that landed him on the disabled list back on May 8...

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  13. Jason Vargas (Left Flexor Strain) Heads to 15-Day DL

    # Royals place LHP Jason Vargas on the 15-day D.L. (left flexor strain) and recall LHP @bfinny29 from Omaha (AAA)...

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  14. KC's Bats Fail to Power Up in 4-0 Loss to Cardinals

    It didn't take long for the Cardinals to get on the board against Yordano Ventura. After a quick first inning, the Cardinals strung together a two-out rally consisting of a Randal ...

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  15. Royals Lose Ventura, Game to Cards

    The sensation snapped off like a light switch, as feeling departed from Yordano Ventura's thumb, pinky and ring finger while he stood on the mound...

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  16. Ventura Expected to Undergo MRI After Hand Went Numb

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  17. Seven Royals Starting the All-Star Game? There's Really No Way to Justify It

    In a few weeks, the National League will face off against the American League at Cincinnati 's Great American Ballpark in the MLB All-Star Game...

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  18. Ventura Exits Game with Right Hand Weakness

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  19. Royals Have Big Decision When Duffy Returns

    ST. LOUIS -- Royals left-hander Danny Duffy threw four solid innings in a rehab start at Triple-A Omaha on Tuesday, and he's scheduled to throw again on Sunday with a pitch limit of 65...

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  20. Royals Disrobe Twins 7-2 to Sweep Series

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  21. Royals Roll over Twins, Complete Sweep with 7-2 Victory

    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...

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  22. Sweep, It Is: Gordon, Volquez Guide Royals Past Twins

    MINNEAPOLIS -- Alex Gordon hit a three-run homer, Edinson Volquez struck out six batters over seven innings and the Kansas City Royals beat Minnesota 7-2 on Wednesday to finish the first series sweep this season of the Twins at home...

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  23. Royals' Alex Gordon Pulls 'Down Low, Too Slow' on His Third Base Coach

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  24. Debate: How Many Kansas City Royals Will Make the All-Star Game?

    The MLB All-Star Game is coming up in July. Currently, the Royals have seven players who would be starting if voting ended today...

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  25. Young Flirts with No-No as Royals Blank Twins

    Royals right-hander Chris Young flirted with a no-hitter, going 6 1/3 innings before Trevor Plouffe tripled off the right-field wall, and the Royals' bullpen preserved a 2-0 win over the Twins on Tuesday night...

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