Even after pitching the day before, Scott Alexander recorded three huge scoreless innings in the Royals’ 4-2 walk-off win in 13 innings on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium.
There were hardly any bright spots for the slumping Royals in a 5-0 loss to the Braves on Saturday night.
Asked how the Royals might keep third baseman Cheslor Cuthbert on the 25-man roster once Mike Moustakas comes off the disabled list, a club official smiled and said, “These things tend to take care of themselves.”
Right-hander Mike Foltynewicz threw eight shutout innings, giving up just seven hits, as the Braves won just their ninth game of the season with a 5-0 victory over the slumping Royals on Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium.
On Saturday, a group of around 35 young ballplayers — along with some parents and coaches — filled the media room at Kauffman Stadium. As they found their seats, they chatted with each other, continually looking back at the door in anticipation of the arrival of three members of the Royals: infielder Christian Colon, pitcher […]
The Royals certainly are missing the presence of third baseman Mike Moustakas in the lineup. But they have been thrilled at the play of replacement Cheslor Cuthbert.
With starter Chris Young recently going on the disabled list, Royals right-hander Dillon Gee (0-0, 2.61 ERA) was tabbed to face righty Mike Foltynewicz and the Braves on Saturday at Kauffman Stadium.
A group of perhaps 20 youth ballplayers dressed in their Little League uniforms gathered around Kansas City Royals great Dennis Leonard to get baseball instruction from a Royals Hall of Famer whose name is all over the club’s record book.
Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez threw seven strong innings, and shortstop Alcides Escobar had and RBI and scored a run, as the Royals got back on track with a 5-1 win over the Braves on Friday night at Kauffman Stadium.
After Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez’s last outing, in which he lasted a season-low 4 1/3 innings against the Indians, he vowed not to be so precise with his approach again.
Technically, Royals manager Ned Yost held a closed-door “discussion” with his team last weekend in Cleveland. But he loathes any more to call them team meetings.