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2/5/2016 | Classic was Moylan's ticket to Major Leagues

The last time Royals right-hander Peter Moylan pitched in the World Baseball Classic it triggered a life-changing experience for him.

2/4/2016 | Royals to provide uniforms for 3&2 Baseball Club

The Royals announced on Thursday they have partnered with the 3&2 Baseball Club of Johnson County, Kan.

2/4/2016 | Duffy ready for starter or relief role with Royals

While Royals left-hander Danny Duffy has been told he will get every chance to grab a spot in the rotation in Spring Training, the reality is that the addition of right-hander Ian Kennedy reduces those odds.

2/3/2016 | Source: Royals set ring ceremony for April 5

The Royals will hold their ring ceremony on April 5, the second game of the season, at Kauffman Stadium, a source confirmed. The Royals are expected to make an announcement within a couple of days.

2/3/2016 | Royals release RHP Coleman

The Royals officially released right-hander Louis Coleman on Wednesday.

2/3/2016 | 10 Royals Spring Training games on FSKC

The Royals and FOX Sports Kansas City on Tuesday announced that an all-time high of 10 Spring Training games will be televised this year.

2/2/2016 | Soria's loyal heart never left Kansas City

One of general manager Dayton Moore's first priorities when he joined the Royals in 2006 was to build a shutdown bullpen. For more than four years, right-hander Joakim Soria was the man who protected those leads.

2/1/2016 | With odds stacked against Royals, they win anyway

With the Royals coming off an AL pennant in 2014, only to have the computer predict they wouldn't even finish at .500 the following season, the team probably shouldn't have anticipated a whole lot of input love after winning the World Series in 2015.

2/1/2016 | No. 4 may become No. 2 -- in KC's lineup

Royals All-Star left fielder Alex Gordon tends to be pretty agreeable to hitting anywhere in the batting order. But if he had a preference? "I always like hitting more toward the top of the order," Gordon said at Royals FanFest. "Would I rather hit second? Yeah, probably."