The Royals have high hopes that left-hander Brian Flynn can become a prominent member of their vaunted bullpen, manager Ned Yost said on Monday from the Winter Meetings.
Royals manager Ned Yost met with the media Monday at the Winter Meetings.
Joakim Soria is heading back to Kansas City and Chris Young is staying there after agreeing to deals with the Royals. Soria’s deal is reportedly for three years and $25 million, while Young’s is for two years ($4.25 million this year, $5.75 million next year and an $8 million mutual option in 2018 with a […]
It really doesn’t matter what others may think. The Royals are happy with what they are. They did, after all, take the World Series to seven games before losing to the Giants two years ago, and this past October it only took them five games to knock off the Mets and claim the second world […]
General manager Dayton Moore, the architect of the Royals’ resurrection to greatness the past two seasons, is the 2015 winner of the Esurance Award for Best Executive.
While the Royals have two open corner outfielder spots with the free-agent departures of Alex Rios and Alex Gordon, one spot appears to be filled internally. Royals general manager Dayton Moore said at the Winter Meetings that the organization believes that reserve outfielder Jarrod Dyson likely will have a chance to win one of the […]
The Royals wrapped up their first day of the Winter Meetings on Monday by making the signing of right-hander Chris Young official, and by getting close to another deal for right-handed reliever Joakim Soria.
When the Royals came back to Kansas City last month to celebrate their World Series championship with a parade, an estimated 800,000 fans packed the downtown streets.
The Kansas City Royals announced today that former Royals catcher Jamie Quirk, has been hired as the manager of the Class A Advanced Wilmington Blue Rocks.
FOX Sports Kansas City will fill up your Christmas Day with a Royals marathon featuring the best games of the 2015 World Series championship season.
Former Royals player Jamie Quirk remembered riding in the 1985 World Series championship parade and thinking it was the greatest thing he’d ever seen.
Longtime scout and Royals senior advisor to the general manager Mike Arbuckle was honored at the Winter Meetings on Wednesday as the Midwest Scout of the Year, presented by the Scout of the Year Program as voted upon by his peers.