Can Kansas City teams make it 2-0 in two days in Oakland?
by: Lynn Worthy — The Kansas City Star 4h
KC Royals OF/DH Jorge Soler entered Monday one home run behind Mike Trout, who will undergo foot surgery and miss the remainder of the season, for the American League home run lead.
by: Kyle Glaser — Baseball America 5h
Here are all of the minor league champions of 2019 and some top performers who helped them get there.
by: N/A — MLB: Royals 8h
KANSAS CITY, MO (September 16, 2019) – The Kansas City Royals and Entercom, a leading media and entertainment company and the unrivaled leader in sports radio, today announced a new five-year extension to broadcast the Royals on 610 Sports Radio (KCSP
by: Pete Grathoff — The Kansas City Star: Fort Pete's Sake 9h
Three Kansas City Royals minor-league teams won their league championships on consecutive days beginning Friday. Class A teams in Lexington and Wilmington, and Rookie Advanced Idaho Falls were title winners.
by: Shawn Bauman — Fansided: Kings of Kauffman 10h
In a battle versus the top team in baseball, the Kansas City Royals get a taste of how much progress they need to make to get to top of the league again. N...
by: Cody Rickman — Fansided: KC Kingdom 14h
The 2019 KC Royals low minor league teams had a resoundingly successful 2019 season, capturing four league championships. How are the successful low minor...
by: David Hill — Fansided: Call To The Pen 16h
With Mike Trout done for the year, Jorge Soler may be on the verge of another first in Kansas City Royals history. Jorge Soler has already made history for...
by: AP — Fox Sports 19h
Oakland will try to keep its six-game win streak alive when the Athletics take on Kansas City
by: N/A — MLB: Royals 23h
You know who the stars on each team are. You can see it from their stats, from leaderboards, from the jerseys on everyone’s backs in the stands. But that can’t tell you everything. Some guys are more than just their surface stats. So today we look...
by: By — The Kansas City Star 15 Sep
Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost and starting pitcher Jakob Junis speak with members of the media following a 12-3 loss to the Houston Astros at Kauffman Stadium on Sept. 15, 2019.