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Vaya con Dios, Ventura

El mundo del béisbol de Kansas City llora por Ventura De acuerdo al reporte de los Royals de Kansas City para el entrenamiento de primavera de febrero en Surprise, Arizona, una cara familiar no estará con ellos: el lanzador Yordano Ventura. El dominicano de 25 años murió en un accidente automovilístico el domingo (22 de enero) en su tierra natal. …

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Former GM Schuerholz up for HOF consideration

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced Monday that 10 individuals have been named to the Today’s Game Era ballot, to be voted on during the Winter Meetings in December. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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Championship-caliber squad KC’s aim for ’17

Royals general manager Dayton Moore and manager Ned Yost held their season-ending news conference at Kauffman Stadium on Monday morning, both expressing disappointment and sadness about the end to the 2016 season. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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KC has pieces for return to prominence in ’17

As the Royals made their final road trip of 2016 through Cleveland and Detroit, a contingent of the team’s front office, led by general manager Dayton Moore, made the trip as well, huddling for the final regular-season organizational meetings. No doubt those meetings involved discussions of what went wrong in 2016, as well as what could go right in ’17. …

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Kennedy strong vs. Tribe in season-ending loss

Following a 3-2 win over the Royals on Sunday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium, the Indians had to sit and wait for the results of the Blue Jays-Red Sox game in Boston before knowing whether they’d clinched home-field advantage in the American League Division Series against Boston. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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Dyson makes Mays-like catch in season finale

Royals center fielder Jarrod Dyson may have saved his best for last. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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Royals show mettle in 2016 title defense

As the losses piled up during a rough 7-19 July, Royals All-Star catcher Salvador Perez attempted to analyze what had been ailing the defending World Series champions. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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Kennedy strong vs. Tribe in season-ending loss

Following a 3-2 win over the Royals on Sunday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium, the Indians had to sit and wait for the results of the Blue Jays-Red Sox game in Boston before knowing whether they’d clinched home-field advantage in the American League Division Series against Boston. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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Royals’ bats slowed by Tribe rookie in opener

In a game with postseason implications, and ace Corey Kluber temporarily out of the rotation, the Indians handed the ball to a rookie. Lefty Ryan Merritt was up for the challenge, turning in a strong effort that fueled a 7-2 win over the Royals on Friday night. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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Volquez aiming to stay tough on Tribe in his final start

With the Indians still playing for home-field advantage in the postseason, Royals manager Ned Yost said he will continue to play his front-liners in the final two games of the season. …read more Via:: Kansas City Royals News

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