“Mucho rain.” That’s how Kansas City Royals catcher Salvador Perez described the scene on Monday at Kauffman Stadium on Instagram. Looking at the video he posted along with his commentary that shows water flowing down into the dugout like Class IV river rapids, however, his description did not do the hydration situation justice. The Royals […]
Although Omar Infante and the Kansas City Royals fans gave it their best shot, there won't be any undeserving 2015 MLB All-Stars. But that doesn't mean there haven't been some horrific selections over the past decade. We'll rank theShow More Summary
For the weeks of All-Star voting, this debate captivated a voting nation: Just how many Kansas City Royals should start the All-Star game?
The amount of rain that fell at Kauffman Stadium on Monday night left a couple of Kansas City Royals players in disbelief. As Royals catcher Salvador Perez put it, there was "mucho rain!" Obviously, there is no way a baseball game can be played in those conditions, so the Kansas City-Tampa Bay matchup was postponed. Show More Summary
The game between the Tampa Bay Rays and Royals scheduled for Monday night was postponed about an hour before the first pitch as tornado sirens blared across the Kansas City metro area.
Monday’s Rays-Royals game in Kansas City has been canceled due to rain, and the teams will play a doubleheader on Tuesday. Royals (...)
The sky just dumped an ungodly amount of rain on Kansas City. The region was under a severe thunderstorm warning, and sporadic tornados have been reported. The Royals were supposed to begin their game against Tampa Bay in about 30 minutes, but it has been postponed until tomorrow. Show More Summary
A major rainstorm in Kansas City caused the Royals game against Tampa Bay to be postponed on Monday. It also caused the Royals dugout to flood and look more like a waterfall than a baseball dugout. Kansas City catcher Salvador Perez took a video of the rushing water. A video posted by Salvador Perez (@salvadorp13) on Jul 6, 2015 at 3:48pm PDT Mucho rain indeed, Sal.
Major League Baseball's All-Star voting has been a hot-button issue in recent weeks largely due to the dominance of Kansas City Royals players in the balloting, but the deadline came and went Sunday without too many egregious mistakes. Four...Show More Summary
At one point, eight Kansas City Royals led at their individual positions.
The 2015 MLB All-Star starters have been announced. And after all that worrying that the AL team was basically going to be seven Kansas City Royals and Mike Trout, in the end “only” four Royals made the cut based of fan voting. Take a look: Of course, four Royals is still too many. Two would suffice. […]
The Kansas City Royals had an opportunity to get seven players named to the starting lineup of the all-star game, but have to settle for four: Alcides Escobar, Salvador Perez, Lorenzo Cain and Alex Gordon.Read full article >>
The story throughout the voting process for this year's American League All-Star team centered on the Kansas City Royals fans' ballot-stuffing. At one point, seven Royals led the voting at their positions. While there were some corrections...Show More Summary
Voting for the starting position players for the All-Star game concluded with Kansas City teammates chosen at catcher and shortstop and for two of the three outfield slots.
In the end, outrage was averted, as the plucky fans of the defending AL champion Kansas City Royals only ended up voting in four of their starters, all of them at least moderately deserving of the distinction. Still, the Royals fanbase put in yeoman efforts getting their boys into the big game. Show More Summary
Houston second baseman Jose Altuve passed Kansas City's Omar Infante in the final days of voting, leaving four Royals as starters for the All-Star Game.
Get excited, or something.
Eric Hosmer drove in Lorenzo Cain with nobody out in the ninth inning, helping the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 3-2 on Sunday for a split of their four-game series.
Joe Mauer hit a two-run homer in his first four-hit game in nearly two years, and the Minnesota Twins beat the Kansas City Royals 5-3 Saturday night.
Lorenzo Cain had three hits and scored the winning run in the 10th inning as the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 3-2 on Friday night to snap a four-game losing streak.