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The 20 Least Powerful MLB Hitters Who Slugged 20-Plus Homers in 2016

There aren’t many better ways for a ballplayer to display their power than by sending an incoming pitch over the outfield wall. That happened plenty this past season, which was one of the best cumulative power performances we’ve ever seen. 142 more words

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What Next for the Royals?

What was the story last season?

The World Champion Royals suffered a pretty major championship hangover. The team underperformed all season and were never in the AL Central hunt. 1,107 more words


2015 World Series Game 1

Sometimes the best and the most important game of the World Series is the opening one. That was the case in the 2015 World Series between the New York Mets and the Kansas City Royals. 404 more words


Analysis: Predicting the Reigning Champion Royals Playoff Odds

With less than a month of games left to be played, the reigning world champion Kansas City Royals find themselves on the outside looking in. Entering play on September 3, the Royals sit 8.5 games back of the Indians for the American League Central title, making it nearly impossible to catch Cleveland at this point, and 4.0 games back in the American League Wild Card race, which is still in sight, but could be fading if they aren’t careful. 1,129 more words

Royally Disappointed

 BOSTON (AP) _ Eric Hosmer and Alex Gordon homered, and Ian Kennedy allowed one run through five innings as the Kansas City Royals continued their monthlong hot streak with a 6-3 victory over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night. 525 more words


Report: The battlin' A's may be back - Butler and Valencia "scuffle"in clubhouse


by Charlie O. Mallonee

Multiple reports have the A’s Danny Valencia and Billy Butler involved in a clubhouse scuffle on Friday night in Chicago. The reported altercation resulted in possible injuries to Butler that kept him out of the games with the White Sox over the weekend. 377 more words