Kansas City Royals

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Pitching
Earned Run Average 5.28 2nd
Quality Starts 0 7th
WHIP 1.48 4th
BAA .268 4th
Batting
Runs 228 19th
Batting Average .244 19th
On Base Percentage .319 19th
Slugging Percentage .410 20th
2019 AL Central Standings
TEAM W L PCT STRK
Minnesota 35 16 .686 W5
Cleveland 26 25 .510 L1
Chicago 23 28 .451 L2
Detroit 19 30 .388 L1
Kansas City 17 34 .333 L3
Injuries
  • 1B
    Lucas Duda (Back) 10-day IL (04/24)
  • C
    Salvador Perez (Elbow) is out for season
  • RP
    Brian Flynn (Elbow) 10-day IL (03/25)
  • SP
    Jesse Hahn (Elbow) 60-day IL (03/25)
  • SP
    Eric Skoglund (Suspension) 80 game suspension
  • SP
    Trevor Oaks (Hip) 60-day IL (03/25)

Kansas City Royals News

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  • .@TGO7E nearly stuck to the wall and still snagged it.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/nPTrAgtFfA

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  • Not going away just yet.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/JYVSsoEuTI

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  • .@solerpower12 and @camgally3545 drive in a couple to put us back within striking distance.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/mBAmE1kqov

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  • @Royals • 7h
  • Round two is underway!#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/8NMqvfuORe

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  • @Royals • 8h
  • While we wait for the second game to start, here's a special reminder that @BillyHamilton is fast. #AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/Awa8vwvyim

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  • @Royals • 11h
  • Whitness.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/JiKhR6WJO4

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  • Billy hustle.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/LWOkJvwIyd

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  • Wet Whitley. https://t.co/4CtRzc0bEu

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  • WHIT. FOUNTAINS.DEFICIT. ERASED.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/TL0vxaqG81

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  • @Royals • 12h
  • He's so fine he blows our minds.#AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/fipQmsAz2p

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  • @Royals • 13h

    Royals Review: Saturday Doubleheader Thread - Yankees at Royals

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    The Royals are playing back-to-back double headers for the first time in as long as I can imagine. They had Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday off this week. They played a double header Wednesday and intend to do so again, today, should the weather cooperate. The first game will be played at 1:15, the other at 7:15.

    Jakob Junis, who has kind of fallen off a cliff, this year, will start the first game. J.A. Happ will oppose him. Happ isn't having a particularly good season, either. He's a lefty so Ryan O'Hearn will be forced to sit in the first game to allow Chris Owings an opportunity to strike out in his stead.

  • @Royals • 13h
  • Let's get this show on the road. PLAY BALL. #AlwaysRoyal https://t.co/ZL6aYIJJTE

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  • @Royals • 15h

    Around the Horn in KC: Stat of the Day: Back-to-Back Doubleheaders

    Thanks to Friday's postponement due to severe weather in the Kansas City area, the Royals and Yankees are scheduled to play a day/night doubleheader on Saturday.

    If both games are played on Saturday (more rain is in the forecast), it'll match the number of games the Royals have played in the previous five games combined. Both of those games came in Wednesday's doubleheader in St. Louis. Monday and Thursday were scheduled off days, and Tuesday and Friday were postponed.

    The Wednesday/Saturday doubleheaders would mark the first time Kansas City has played in back-to-back doubleheaders since Aug. 13-14, 1983 at Fenway park, when they split both days vs.

  • @Royals • 17h

    Royals Review: Weekend Rumblings - News for May 25, 2019

    Weekend Rumblings - News for May 25, 2019

    David Cone has a new book out and he talks about how he was traded out of Kansas City.

    "I was completely floored by it," Cone said of the trade. "I was the hometown kid, about to crack the rotation. ... I went to my locker, packed up my bag and left as quickly as I could. I didn't know how to act. You just feel rejected."

    Cone had an idea why he was traded, and that day more than three decades ago is never far from his mind.

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    Royals Review: New York Yankees Series Preview: Leaving New York was never easy

    The New York Yankees have 14 players on the injured list currently, and if you could wave a magic wand to make them all healthy, those 14 players would make up the core of a team that could challenge for a division title. Names like Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton, Miguel Andujar, James Paxton and Luis Severino make up a portion of the list. And yet, they're still in first place without any of them. They may carry a very high payroll still, but they're doing it with guys like Gio Urshela, Luke Voit and Cameron Maybin providing contributions for them.

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