Mike Moustakas and the Royals agree to a new two-year deal to avoid arbitration.
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The Kansas City Royals and third baseman Mike Moustakas agreed to a two-year, $14.3 million contract.
The Kansas City Royals announced that they've locked up another one of their core players with third baseman Mike Moustakas agreeing to a new two-year deal. Jon Heyman of MLB Network first reported the deal, noting it's worth $14.3 million. The...Show More Summary
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Weeks after the Royal Bank of Scotland advised its investors to “sell everything,” Citi has decided to provide its own clients with fodder for a panic attack. In a report released Thursday, the bank warned that the global economy appears to be “trapped” in a “death spiral.”Here’s a thumbnail sketch... More »
There's no mistaking the powers that be in Major League Baseball. The Kansas City Royals, San Francisco Giants, Los Angeles Dodgers and St. Louis Cardinals have done a lot of winning recently, and now the Chicago Cubs, New York Mets and Houston Astros look ready to follow their fine examples. Eh, but enough about them. Show More Summary
Now you, too, can know what it’s like to get doused by Salvador Perez.
Kansas City Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas told MLB.com's Jeffrey Flanagan that he and the Royals have discussed a two-year contract. Moustakas still does not have a new contract with arbitration looming. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
The case of Fox Sports’ published-then-deleted post about the Kansas City Royals illustrates multiple potential perils in online journalism. The post briefly existed Thursday night with the headline “Royals are one of the worst AL teams...Show More Summary
Life is good right now for the Kansas City Royals. The MLB team won the World Series last fall, handily beating out the San Francisco Giants, which means this season they're the defending world champs. But can they defend against this bad PR move? Related: Tom Brady Hugs It Out After A Heartbreaking Loss! As a way to give [...]
All-Star catcher Salvador Perez is signed through the 2019 season, but the Kansas City Royals may be looking to hammer out the details on a new contract this offseason. MLB Network's Jon Heyman reported Monday the Royals are in discussions with Perez on a long-term extension. Read more MLB news on BleacherReport.com
A large crowd gathered at the historic Fonda Theater in LA, January 19th to hear Americana singer songwriter Josh Ritter. The 39 year old smiley fresh faced singer from Idaho has been recording his own songs for nearly twenty years,Show More Summary
The Kansas City Royals completed a two-year, $17.5 million deal with Cain
The Kansas City Royals announced Monday that All-Star center fielder Lorenzo Cain will remain with the team on a new two-year contract and avoid arbitration as a result: Cain was the 2014 American League Championship Series MVP and an integral part of the Royals' World Series-winning team this past season. Show More Summary
Ian Kennedy lands a big contract courtesy of the Kansas City Royals, who inked him for five years worth $70 million.
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Since their 27-point loss to the Chiefs in Week 4 of the 2014 season, the Patriots have the best record in the NFL. pic.twitter.com/mmUlKVwX7X— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 16, 2016 This is first time Royals & Chiefs have made...
The 31-year-old right-handed pitcher will be playing for the defending world champion Kansas City Royals. Free agent pitcher Ian Kennedy has found himself a new home with the defending world champion Kansas City Royals, according to MLB Network's Jon Heyman. Show More Summary
Ian Kennedy may not be the ace he once projected to become, but the Kansas City Royals felt he's good enough to upgrade their rotation, signing him to a five-year, $70 million deal Saturday. Jon Heyman of MLB Network passed along word...Show More Summary