Recent scraps make Royals the bad guys Once upon a time the Kansas City Royals were the Cinderella story of the MLB playoffs making a historic wild card run all the way to game 7 of the World Series
Herrera’s close call highlights heated game Amidst all the heated exchanges between the Royals and A’s series, the biggest drama may have been Royals pitcher Kelvin Herrera throwing his own heater behind Brett Lawrie. Herrera throws 100 mph,
Jay Jaffe With An MLB Update & What He Makes Of The Royals Strong Start Jay Jaffe of Sports Illustrated had some MLB insight to give us today with on The Tuck and O’Neill Show, including the Royals undefeated
On March 16, 1970, Bud Selig made probably the most important decision in his baseball career. He told his lawyers to tell Seattle Pilots ownership to declare bankruptcy so he could get the financial stressed team without having to
The 2014 Kansas City Royals were an underdog team for the ages: a low budget club that through years of draft picks and player development finally realized its potential, making it to baseball’s Fall Classic. The team was electrifying
MLB Insider Steve Kinsella Talks New Deals The Power Hour crew, Matthew Sardo and Amanda Borges talked with Sports Talk Florida MLB insider Steve Kinsella about the recent James Shields signing, as well as Jake Elmore signing with the
With James Shields reportedly signing with the San Diego Padres, he'll meet up with the guy he was traded for a little over two years ago in Wil Myers.
The top free agent pitcher on the market will have a home soon.
The Royals have invited 23 non-roster players to spring training, including former fifth overall draft pick Bubba Starling and promising youngsters Miguel Almonte and Raul Mondesi.
Royals general manager Dayton Moore said that he's "still monitoring" the James Shields market