Eric Hosmer and the Kansas City Royals have avoided arbitration by reportedly agreeing to a two-year contract extension. According to Jeffrey Flanagan of the Royals' team website, Hosmer's deal will pay him a total of $13.9 million through...Show More Summary
That old, familiar baseball refrain made famous by fans of the Brooklyn Dodgers took on an entirely different meaning for the Kansas City Royals this offseason.
Some MLB bullpens are just nasty. The trio of late-inning aces pitching for the Kansas City Royals and the new relief corp that has been put together by the New York Yankees both definitely fit that description. As the dominance of Greg...Show More Summary
Reliever Kelvin Herrera was a huge part of the 2014 Kansas City Royals team that reached the World Series. The club recognized that, avoiding arbitration by re-signing him to a two-year, $4.15 million deal, per CBS Sports' Jon Heyman. The...Show More Summary
The bullpen was arguably the biggest driving force behind the Kansas City Royals' Cinderella run to the World Series last season. Because of that, the defending American League champions are looking to lock up reliever Kelvin Herrera for the immediate future. Show More Summary
Mike Moustakas and the Kansas City Royals avoided arbitration when the third baseman agreed Tuesday to a $2.64 million contract for the upcoming season.
It seems like just yesterday that the San Francisco Giants were defeating the Kansas City Royals in the seventh game of the World Series. That victory gave the Giants their third world championship in five years. Visions of Madison Bumgarner shutting down the Royals and earning a five-inning save are still fresh in the minds of Giants fans. Show More Summary
The Kansas City Royals made a big splash in 2012 when they traded away top-rated prospect Wil Myers, Jake Odorizzi, Mike Montgomery and Patrick Leonard to the Tampa Bay Rays in exchange for James Shields and Wade Davis. It revealed a...Show More Summary
Today’s reader success story comes from Kyle Spencer, who arrowed a terrific buck on the same day that his Kansas City Royals were playing Game 4 in the World Series. When it was all said and done, the Royals didn’t win that game, but I think Kyle was still a happy camper with this great buck on […]
The San Francisco Giants won the 2014 World Series in a thrilling battle with the Kansas City Royals. The Giants have now won three world championships in the past five years. The victory parade down the streets of San Francisco wasShow More Summary
After managing the Kansas City Royals to their first American League pennant in nearly three decades, Ned Yost has been rewarded with a one-year contract extension. The team announced the news on Twitter: Andy McCullough of The Kansas...Show More Summary
Max Scherzer is the biggest pitching prize still on the free-agent market, but there is another starter still without a team who is due for a big payday soon. Former Kansas City Royal James Shields is a little old at 33, but he has had...Show More Summary
The San Francisco Giants may have won the 2014 World Series, but the season belonged to the American League Champion Kansas City Royals. General manager Dayton Moore’s vision of building a winning organization based on strong scouting...Show More Summary
Is it already time for baseball? Nah, it's always time for baseball. Especially if you're a San Francisco Giants fan. Last season the franchise won its 3rd championship in 5 years, topping the Kansas City Royals in a thrilling 9 game series that came down to the final at-bat. Show More Summary
A scant two months ago, the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals were the toast of baseball, unlikely World Series opponents on an improbable collision course. Now, as the offseason slogs into its second month, each club looks increasingly like an also-ran. It's not that KC and SF haven't made any moves. Show More Summary
The Angels added another player to the mix of infielders who will compete for the second base job next spring when they acquired Johnny Giavotella from the Kansas City Royals for reliever Brian Broderick.
The former Atlanta Braves right-hander Kris Medlen agreed to a two-year, $8.5 million contract with the Kansas City Royals.
The Kansas City Royals hope to have bolstered their pitching depth by acquiring former Atlanta Braves standout Kris Medlen on Thursday. News of Medlen's contract was confirmed through the Royals' official Twitter account: Ken Rosenthal...Show More Summary
No longer is the American League Central the worst division in Major League Baseball, and the Kansas City Royals are partly to thank for lighting the fire. The Royals’ stunning run to within one win of the World Series last fall alerted...Show More Summary
In an effort to build their starting rotation in the event James Shields doesn't return, the Kansas City Royals have reportedly agreed to terms on a contract with Edinson Volquez. According to Jon Heyman of CBS Sports, Volquez's pact...Show More Summary