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Flavor of the month, Robert Coello , gets another profiling, Jered Weaver takes another step towards returning to the Angels rotation and, just who is this Billy Buckner that is going up against the Royals tonight.
The Royals pop-gun offense looks absolutely anemic, and a terrible call by umpire Marty Foster didn't help things as the Royals are able to overcome stupid decisions by Mike Scioscia to lose their third in a row.
The Royals' plane is headed downward for a meeting with the ground, but it isn't going to be just any crash.
The 2013 Royals will not have any losing skids because the pitching is TOO DAMN GOOD.
For anyone who was concerned that Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels would not be able to match his incredible rookie season following a slow first month of the season, his recent performances should put an end to any doubt.
A pediatric nurse said Friday she was in the right place at the right time to revive a 14-year-old girl who collapsed while dancing in the upper deck during a Kansas City Royals game.
We don't always get it right, but rarely do we ever get it as wrong as Fox Sports did while airing Thursday night's game between the Kansas City Royals and the Los Angeles Angels, as Awful Announcing points out.
These last few weeks have been particularly brutal for Kansas City Royals fans to watch.
Just thought doing something productive after the crystallization of the annual May Royals slide would be a good idea.
Mike Trout and Albert Pujols hit solo home runs, and Mark Trumbo hit a two-run shot to help the Los Angeles Angels beat the Kansas City Royals 5-4 Thursday night.
The Kansas City Royals sent struggling reliever Kelvin Herrera to Triple-A Omaha on Thursday and recalled pitcher Louis Coleman.
I went to Baseballmusing's Lineup Tool and plugged in the players' Steamers Updated Projections from FanGraphs.
After one week of absence due to SBNation being powered by exclusively by extremely tired hamsters, Royal Ups and Downs triumphantly returns! The Royals have had an equally tough time of late, dropping from 17-12 to 21-22.. Though apparently everything's fine now, and props to the SBNation maintenance staff for not complaining about our instant ... (more)
Baseball is a little ridiculous in how players are handled. Go to most any youth baseball game and the coaches are, sadly , yelling and agonizing quite outwardly over mistakes made by their players.
Kansas City manager Ned Yost believes in giving his players a day off here and there, partly to get more people in the games.
James Shields had another strong start for Kansas City on Wednesday night. Unfortunately for Shields and the Royals, the rest of the game was also familiar.