10/22/2016 | Staumont shows verve with swing-and-miss curve
While Josh Staumont's chances of posting an ERA of 0.00 in the Arizona Fall League came to an end on Saturday, the Royals' No. 10 prospect still was plenty good for Surprise in a 10-8 win over Glendale
10/12/2016 | Royals' Toups records three hits in first Fall League action
Corey Toups, the Royals' No. 30 prospect, picked up three hits for the Saguaros as Surprise and Peoria played to a 7-7 tie in 11 innings on Wednesday afternoon at the Peoria Sports Complex.
10/11/2016 | Royals' Young undergoes abdominal area surgery
Royals right-hander Chris Young underwent successful surgery to repair his bilateral core and right-sided adductor, the club announced Tuesday.
10/10/2016 | Dozier, Strahm named Royals' MLB Pipeline Prospects of Year
Third baseman Hunter Dozier and left-hander Matt Strahm have been named MLB Pipeline's Royals player and pitcher of the year.
10/6/2016 | Kansas City bridge renamed to honor O'Neil
About 42,000 vehicles cross the Broadway Bridge each day. It is, by far, the busiest bridge in the area, as it connects one community to another.
10/3/2016 | Championship-caliber squad KC's aim for '17
Royals general manager Dayton Moore and manager Ned Yost held their season-ending news conference at Kauffman Stadium on Monday morning, both expressing disappointment and sadness about the end to the 2016 season.
10/3/2016 | Selig, Steinbrenner among 10 up for Hall of Fame consideration
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced Monday that 10 individuals have been named to the Today's Game Era ballot, to be voted on during the Winter Meetings in December.
10/2/2016 | Royals show mettle in 2016 title defense
As the losses piled up during a rough 7-19 July, Royals All-Star catcher Salvador Perez attempted to analyze what had been ailing the defending World Series champions.
10/2/2016 | KC has pieces for return to prominence in '17
As the Royals made their final road trip of 2016 through Cleveland and Detroit, a contingent of the team's front office, led by general manager Dayton Moore, made the trip as well, huddling for the final regular-season organizational meetings. No doubt those meetings involved discussions of what went wrong in 2016, as well as what could go right in '17.
10/2/2016 | Dyson makes Mays-like catch in season finale
Royals center fielder Jarrod Dyson may have saved his best for last.
10/2/2016 | Gee relieved blood clots not more serious
Royals right-hander Dillon Gee was back in the clubhouse Sunday morning and was feeling relieved that his blood clot issue was being resolved.
10/2/2016 | Tribe wins in KC, gains ALDS home-field edge
Following a 3-2 win over the Royals on Sunday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium, the Indians had to sit and wait for the results of the Blue Jays-Red Sox game in Boston before knowing whether they'd clinched home-field advantage in the American League Division Series against Boston.
10/1/2016 | Tomlin, Tribe close out regular season vs. Royals
After two long runs into the postseason, the Royals will wrap up the 2016 season against the Indians, who are preparing for the American League Division Series.
10/1/2016 | Q&A: Yost on World Series experiences
As a manager, coach and player, Ned Yost has been to a total of eight World Series. He discusses that and more in this week's Q&A.