Veteran Royals infielder Miguel Tejada returned to the starting lineup on Monday night against the Astros, starting at third base in place of the struggling Mike Moustakas. Tejada also returned to the city where he was the starting shortstop for the Astros in 2008 and '09.More» Tejada makes an acrobatic play at third
Royals left fielder Alex Gordon went 4-for-5 on Sunday at Oakland, which is about as good as it gets. The one at-bat that Gordon remembered most was his trip to the plate in the ninth inning -- when he struck out in a 4-3 loss.More» Gordon collects four hits in game vs. A's
Royals right-hander Luke Hochevar tried to take a good attitude with him when he was moved from the starting rotation to the bullpen this season. He did not look at the switch as a demotion, and he's enjoyed success with a sparkling 1.17 ERA in 15 1/3 innings.More»Yost details reasons why Hochevar will be in bullpen
Alex Gordon went 4-for-5, but Yoenis Cespedes belted Kelvin Herrera's second pitch of the eighth inning over the left-field wall to give the Oakland Athletics a 4-3 victory over the Royals on Sunday.More» Gordon collects four hits in game vs. A's
When Royals center fielder Lorenzo Cain bumped into the center-field wall while making a catch on a long drive by the A's Derek Norris on Saturday night, it brought back a non-too-pleasant memory of an injury last season.More» Cain clears the bases with double in third
School Day, the weather day for kids that was weathered out May 2, has been re-titled Summer School Day and is rescheduled for the afternoon of Wednesday, June 12, prior to the Royals' game against the Tigers at Kauffman Stadium.More»Fox 4 hosts School Day at the 'K'
Since a four-game winning streak, the Royals have lost nine of 12 games. The latest defeat came against the Oakland Athletics, 2-1, on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd of 35,067.More» Santana tosses seven quality frames
Mike Moustakas' average was down to .189 entering Saturday's game, and he was in a 1-for-26 swoon with no RBIs and one run. But Royals manager Ned Yost was adamant that he was not giving up on his third baseman.More» Moustakas takes Hughes deep in the sixth
The Royals placed center fielder Jarrod Dyson on the 15-day disabled list Friday with a sprained right ankle and recalled outfield prospect David Lough from Triple-A Omaha to take his spot.More» Dyson gets injured climbing the wall
Bubba Starling, the Royals' No. 1 Draft choice in 2011 and top prospect, underwent Lasik eye surgery on Thursday in Kansas City and is expected to return playing almost immediately.More» Bubba Starling, OF, Royals
Fred White, a Royals radio voice for 25 years, died Wednesday due to complications from melanoma, a day after announcing his retirement following a 40-year relationship with the club.More» Royals family mourns loss of Fred White
Billy Butler, emerging from a nine-game period in which he'd batted just .114, belted five hits and had five RBIs on Monday night to lead the Royals over the Los Angeles Angels, 11-4, at Angel Stadium.More» Butler perfect at the plate, drives in five
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