5 Questions About Kansas City Royals’ Outfield in 2014

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The Kansas City Royals were able to get back on track with a much-needed victory against the Houston Astros on Tuesday night. A confidence bump for Kansas City could not have come at better time after the team was swept by […]

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Kyle Gibson Minnesota Twins

A new series begins tonight at Target Field when the Kansas City Royals meet the Minnesota Twins for the first of three in Minneapolis. The always-tricky Bruce Chen faces off against the up-and-coming Kyle Gibson, an unproven right-hander coming off […]

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Alex Gordon

Alex Gordon ended the Kansas City Royals‘ homerless streak to start the season at seven games, and he did in it rather impressive fashion. In a series between the Royals and the Tampa Bay Rays, which felt an awful lot […]

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Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

James Shields is the clear cut No. 1 starter for the Kansas City Royals, but Jason Vargas is emerging as a quality second option. Vargas started the Royals game against the Tampa Bay Rays on Monday and put up an […]

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Alex Gordon Kansas City Royals

That’s more like it. That’s how the Kansas City Royals have to play to win games this year. After a start to the season that left fans dazed and distraught, KC came through in their home opener today with a […]

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Royals Salvador Perez

The Kansas City Royals have a very special player in catcher Salvador Perez. I’m sure anyone that pays any attention to the Royals is fully aware of him and his talent but not many outside of savvy fantasy baseball players […]

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Byron Buxton Minnesota Twins

The Kansas City Royals will play at least two games with each divisional opponent in the first full month of the year. The team most often seen in April will be the rebuilding Minnesota Twins, with which KC plays six games […]

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Blake Wood Cleveland Indians

I should immediately admit to being biased about this subject. When I began writing an article comparing the bullpens of the Cleveland Indians and Kansas City Royals, I approached the topic with limited knowledge of one and a deep appreciation […]

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Louis Coleman Kansas City Royals

It would be hard to find any MLB team that didn’t deal with injury already, but the Kansas City Royals should appreciate how healthy the roster has remained so far. Two significant losses, one temporary and one that perhaps marks […]

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