Kansas City Royals Become First Team To Sign A Player With AutismTarik El-Abour is not a Major League Baseball player yet, but his signing by the Kansas City Royals marks a historic first for the national pastime.
Improbable Journey Continuing For Jace Vines In WilmingtonVines is a right-handed pitcher in the Kansas City Royals organization who is pitching these days with the Single-A Wilmington Blue Rocks down in Delaware
30 Players: Royals Deciding How To Utilize Top Prospect Matt StrahmThe Royals look to make a return to the postseason and will hope to get some help from one of their young pitching prospects.
Royals' Ventura Killed In Car Crash In Dominican RepublicRoyals pitcher Yordano Ventura, whose electric arm helped his team win the 2015 World Series title, was killed in a car crash in his native Dominican Republic early Sunday.
Fantasy Baseball’s Version Of The Final Countdown Is Upon You NowThere’s just one more week to go in the 2016 Major League Baseball regular season, so pay attention very closely to what’s going on in MLB this week.
5 Must-See Cities On Your Midwest Road TripA profile of the five must-see cities on a road trip through the Midwest
30 Players: Raul Mondesi Jr. Hopes To Find Room On Crowded Defending Champion RoyalsThe defending champs will look to get this speedy prospect some more time this season.
Phillies Claim Michael Mariot From RoyalsTwenty-seven-year-old Mariot spent the majority of last season with triple-A Omaha, going 4-2 with a 2.32 ERA in 42 relief appearances.
Dunkak: 2015 Royals Among Best Comeback Teams EverThe Royals came from behind eight times in their playoff campaign to win their first MLB World Series in 30 years.
World Series Notebook: Royals Win World Series With Another ComebackThe Kansas City Royals won their second World Series title on Sunday with a 7-2 win in 12 innings at Citi Field in New York.
Royals Win World Series, Rally Late, Then Rout Mets In 12thOne agonizing step from ecstasy last season, this time the Royals reign after their latest incredible comeback and a go-ahead hit from maybe the most unlikely player in uniform.
KC's Game 4 Win Most-Watched Saturday Series Game Since 2009The Royals' 5-3 victory drew 13.6 million viewers with a 7.8 rating and a 16 share, Fox said Sunday. The audience was up 27 percent from the 10.7 million for San Francisco's 11-4 rout of Kansas City in Game 4 last year and the rating was up 24 percent from last year's 6.3/12 — the low for the 2014 Series.