The Royals added to their pitching depth on Thursday by signing right-hander Scott Barlow to a one-year deal.
As the Royals ponder a possible rebuild in 2018 and beyond, there is one rock solid piece who will be vital next season: catcher Salvador Perez.
KANSAS CITY — The Royals continue to pluck Braves players now available after the Atlanta organization was found guilty by Major League Baseball of circumventing international signing guidelines. After signing 18-year-old right-hander Yefri Del Rosario on Tuesday, the Royals agreed to terms with outfield prospect Juan Carlos Negret.
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Get ready for a potential wild ride at the Winter Meetings with the Royals. They don’t know what direction they will go — will they try to contend for a playoff spot in 2018 or will they pivot toward a total rebuild? But the domino effect will start with first baseman Eric Hosmer.
The Royals on Tuesday signed right-handed swingman Wily Peralta to a one-year deal with a club option for 2019, the club announced.
The Royals have signed former Braves right-handed prospect Yefri Del Rosario to a deal worth $650,000, Jesse Sanchez of MLB.com reported.
The Royals on Friday signed right-hander Mike Morin to a one-year deal, thus avoiding arbitration with him.
Rockies closer Greg Holland and Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas are MLB’s Comeback Players of the Year for 2017.
The Royals on Friday non-tendered speedy outfielder Terrance Gore, and also signed right-hander Mike Morin to a one-year deal, thus avoiding arbitration with him.
New Royals hitting coach Terry Bradshaw has become accustomed over the years to fans doing a double-take when they see or hear his name.