This Date In Royals History–April 24, 2005

This Date In Royals History–April 24, 2005

2005: The Royals blew a 3-2 lead, allowing two runs in the eighth inning as they lost 4-3 to the Chicago White Sox at Kauffman Stadium. Reliever Jaime Cerda began the eighth inning ...

Royals Can Capitalize on Division Opponents’ Flaws

Royals Can Capitalize on Division Opponents’ Flaws

Over the last several seasons, there has always seemed to be an insurmountable favorite to win the American League Central Division. Forever, it seemed like Cleveland could not be ...

Money Matchup of the Day: Alex Gordon vs. Corey Kluber

Money Matchup of the Day: Alex Gordon vs. Corey Kluber

No one matchup is the make or break in any baseball game but there are certain matchups in some games that could help decide the outcome in that game. In this new daily piece at Pi ...

Diamonds in the Rough 04.23.14

Diamonds in the Rough 04.23.14

Another good day for the Affiliates as starting pitching and youth lead them to a 3-0 record. HR Call: Whit Merrifield (2), ¬†Raul Mondesi (1), ¬†Elier Hernandez (1)     Pi ...

This Date In Royals History–April 23, 1999

This Date In Royals History–April 23, 1999

1999: The Royals surrendered three runs in the ninth inning to drop a heartbreaking 4-2 loss to the Anaheim Angels at Kauffman Stadium. Anaheim started the rally against Royals rel ...

Money Match Up of the Day: Jason Vargas vs Nick Swisher

Money Match Up of the Day: Jason Vargas vs Nick Swisher

No one matchup is the make or break in any baseball game but there are certain matchups in some games that could help decide the outcome in that game. In this new daily piece at Pi ...

U.L.’s Toothpick: A Look Back At The 1982 Royals

U.L.’s Toothpick: A Look Back At The 1982 Royals

The Kansas City Royals don’t really have a lot of near-misses when it comes to division titles. Not counting the strike-shortened 1994 season, only four times in franchise history ...

Morning Coffee: Royals Offensive Problem Isn’t the Hitting Coach

Morning Coffee: Royals Offensive Problem Isn’t the Hitting Coach

For the second consecutive year, the Kansas City Royals have gotten off to a slow start offensively. It's been frustrating because the team was supposed to be much improved offensi ...

Diamonds in the Rough 04.22.14

Diamonds in the Rough 04.22.14

Home runs and good pitching performance would highlight a 3-0 day for the Affiliates. HR Call: Carlos Peguero (2), ¬†Lane Adams (1), Mark Threlkeld (3), Chad Johnson (1)   ...

This Date In Royals History–April 22, 1983

This Date In Royals History–April 22, 1983

1983: The Royals exploded for five runs in the second inning, then John Wathan drove in the game-winning run in the eighth in a 6-5 win over Toronto at Royals Stadium. Blue Jays st ...

Money Match Up of the Day: Billy Butler vs Danny Salazar

Money Match Up of the Day: Billy Butler vs Danny Salazar

No one matchup is the make or break in any baseball game but there are certain matchups in some games that could help decide the outcome in that game. In this new daily piece at Pi ...

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Bruins Going All the Way!

Can this Boston team win the Stanley Cup? With the ongoing lock-out shortened season, it seems like every team in the NHL can make a push for the playoffs. Especially in the talented heavy Eastern Conference, no one is letting their guards down. A loss could mean a kiss goodbye for a chance to win the championship. The Boston Bruins are no exception. One of the favorites to win the Stanley Cup this season ( ...

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The Goon Diaries: Marty McSorley

A high stick to the dome. A curved blade in the shape of a horse shoe. Some decent acting chops and a premium flow. These are words to describe the fascinating career of NHL tough guy Marty McSorley. McSorley, who began his NHL career in 1983 at the age of 19 with the Pittsburgh Penguins, found himself as a policeman of sorts for the dominant Edmonton Oilers of the mid 1980s. At the age of 22, McSorely alre ...

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The Week That Was (2/15-2/21/13)

The past week in the NHL featured what many of us puck heads have come to expect in a season abbreviated by a lockout. A game that moves faster than any other team sport is only bound to see injuries. Even though in today's sports landscape, with players conditioning themselves year round, injuries will always be front and center. Add to the fact many of these players didn't play in other leagues during the ...

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NHL ’13 Season: Locked IN

  NHL '13 Season: Locked IN   So far in the abbreviated NHL season, the theme seems to be to always expect the unexpected. Many teams expected to compete for top seeds in recent years are struggling with mediocre or even plain awful records while teams destined for lottery picks find themselves in playoff spots. After a 113 day lockout, go figure. Right?¬† Teams like Anaheim, Toronto, and Carolina ...

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