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Weekly Roundup: Clippard Scurries Off; Cry Baby Owners Hate Sharing


Clippard Scurries Off To Arizona: Well after more than 6 months of darting along the subway tracks, battling pigeons for food scraps, and being chased by stray cats, Tyler Clippard (aka Rat-Face, aka Splinter) has officially departed New York City for Arizona where he’ll now need to be on the lookout for rattlesnakes, coyotes, and other dangerous desert predators. 768 more words

Scott Boras is Some Kind of Sorcerer

Wow, what a Saturday morning! It was announced that the Kansas City Royals have signed Ian Kennedy to a 5-year, $70 million deal with an opt-out after two seasons. 1,900 more words

Name Your Babies Alex

All babies born in or around Kansas City for 2016 should be named Alex. Right? It should at least be the top baby name. Think about it, it works for both boys and girls. 863 more words

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Royals Finalize $25 Million, 3-Year Deal With Joakim Soria

DAVE SKRETTA, AP Sports Writer

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Royals finalized a three-year, $25 million deal with Joakim Soria on Thursday, reuniting the former All-Star reliever with the club where he spent his first five seasons. 406 more words

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Royals Hot Stove Episode: Thoughts on Joakim Soria, Chris Young, Ben Zobrist, and Alex Gordon


After a fairly quiet offseason, the Royals finally struck, re-signing Chris Young and bring back former closer Joakim Soria.

However, the Royals’ time with… 219 more words

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Royals Keep Chris Young, Bring Back Joakim Soria

RONALD BLUM, AP Baseball Writer

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Royals liked what they saw of Chris Young so much they decided to keep him. And they liked Joakim Soria so much from his past stint in Kansas City they struck a deal to bring him back. 438 more words

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Joakim Soria Comes Back to Kansas City

The Kansas Royals and relief pitcher Joakim Soria have reached an agreement on a 3yr/$25MM deal with a mutual option for a 4th season which was first reported by Jerry Crasnick from ESPN. 337 more words

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