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.
Joakim Soria is heading back to Kansas City on a three-year deal with a mutual option for the 2019 season. The deal is worth $25 million, according to a source — $7 million in 2016, $8 million in 2017, $9 mil in 2018 with a $10 million option for ’19 with a $1 mil buyout. […]
The World Series champion Royals left the Winter Meetings on Thursday morning having checked off roughly half of their wish list. The Royals signed right-hander Chris Young to a two-year deal and agreed to terms with right-handed reliever Joakim Soria. They are still in need of a corner outfielder and another starting pitcher, as well […]
The Royals lost left-hander Daniel Stumpf to the Phillies in the Rule 5 Draft on Thursday morning, plus two more players in the Minor League phase. Perhaps the biggest news, though, was whom the Royals didn’t lose. First baseman prospect Balbino Fuenmayor, the Royals’ Player of the Year at Double-A Northwest Arkansas, was left exposed […]
Day 3 of the 2015 Winter Meetings came and went with more of the same for the Royals and general manager Dayton Moore: Numerous inquiries and conversations, but precious little movement toward any deals.
One of the first offseason missions for Royals general manager Dayton Moore and his staff was to bring back right-hander Chris Young. MLB.com caught up with Young this week and touched on a variety of topics, including his hopes for 2016 coming off a World Series title.
The Royals have agreed to a Minor League deal with former Mets right-hander Dillon Gee, according to CBS Sports. The club has not yet confirmed the deal.
Still searching for a holiday gift for the special Royals fan you know? How about a greatest hits CD of Hall of Fame announcer Denny Matthews’ radio calls?
With news that outfielder Jason Heyward agreed to terms with the Cubs, and that the spurned Cardinals now are hot in pursuit of free agent and former Royal Alex Gordon, Royals fans reacted predictably to the notion of their face of the franchise joining the rival Cardinals.