Dominant Kansas City Royals closer Wade Davis is reportedly generating interest ahead of the Aug. 1 trade deadline as the team is forced to make a tough decision about whether to buy or sell. Continue for updates. Davis Wants To Stay...Show More Summary
Unless you're on a scholarship, studying at university can be incredibly expensive. But where you study can have a huge financial impact, according to the NatWest Student Living Index, released on July 28 by the Royal Bank of Scotland. The...Show More Summary
Raul Mondesi had a bunt single for his first big league hit, with two runs scoring on the play on pitcher Matt Shoemaker's throwing error, as the Kansas City Royals rallied for a 7-5 victory over the Los Angeles Angels on Wednesday night.
Tyler Skaggs pitched seven innings in his first big league start in two years and Yunel Escobar went 5 for 5 to help the Los Angeles Angels pound the Kansas City Royals 13-0 on Tuesday night.
Albert Pujols drove in four runs, Hector Santiago won his fifth consecutive start and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Kansas City Royals 6-2 on Monday night.
Eight games out in the American League Central and six games back in the wild-card race, the Kansas City Royals may shop starting pitcher Edinson Volquez ahead of the Aug. 1 non-waiver trade deadline. ESPN.com's Buster Olney reported Monday the Texas Rangers are showing interest in acquiring the right-hander. More to follow. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
Delino DeShields homered in the seventh to break a tie and the Texas Rangers defeated the Kansas City Royals 2-1 on Sunday.
San Francisco Giants pitcher Johnny Cueto reportedly wanted to be included in the Kansas City Royals’ championship celebration at the White House, but the team did not extend him an invitation. The defending World Series champions visited...Show More Summary
Johnny Cueto feels slighted the Kansas City Royals didn't invite him to come along when they were honored at the White House.
Cole Hamels allowed one unearned run in 5 1/3 innings, Nomar Mazara and Adrian Beltre homered and the Texas Rangers defeated the Kansas City Royals 7-4 on Saturday night.
Danny Duffy scattered four hits while pitching into the seventh inning, the Royals scratched out three runs off the Rangers' Yu Darvish, and Kansas City beat Texas 3-1 on Friday night to open their three-game series.
President Obama hosted the World Series champion Kansas City Royals at the White House on Thursday, and promptly needled them for their 30 year World Series drought.
President Barack Obama welcomed his eighth and final World Series championship team as the Kansas City Royals visited the White House on Thursday.
He’s not wrong. The defending World Series champion Royals are at the White House on Thursday to meet President Barack Obama. Considering a whole bunch of Royals weren’t even born yet the last time Kansas City visited Washington D.C....Show More Summary
Only a short time and we will be able to entertain the greatest athletes of the world in royal style. The Los Angeles Coliseum will be the home of entertainment for all the people of this fastest growing city and of the world. For aShow More Summary
The reigning MLB champion Kansas City Royals will hope a visit Thursday to the White House with President Barack Obama to celebrate their 2015 World Series triumph can provide the spark they've been looking for heading into the final...Show More Summary
Following their groundbreaking win at the World Series last year, the Kansas City Royals will celebrate their victory at the White House today. Watch live at 11:50AM ET. As the entire White House can attest to, the White House PressShow More Summary
"The earth opened and swallowed many people, before my face, and the sea I saw came mounting in over the wall, upon which I concluded it impossible to escape." Edmund Heath, survivor and eyewitness to the devastating 1692 earthquake wrote these words in a letter from the safety of a ship moored in the city's harbor, overlooking the ruins of his city. Show More Summary
Tyler Naquin hit two of the Indians' five homers and had a career-high six RBIs, helping the Cleveland Indians rout the AL Central-rival Kansas City Royals 11-4 on Wednesday.
Danny Salazar handled the Royals for the third time this season, the Indians roughed up Kansas City's starter-by-committee and Cleveland rolled to a 7-3 victory Tuesday night to even their three-game series.