Hosmer clubs five hits and smacks a grand slam as Royals churn out 22 hits.
Duffy pitches into the seventh inning as the Royals continue to Roll.
Salvy and Moose hit homers in the 12th.
Perez and Moustakas hit back to back home runs in the 12th inning.
Moss drives in Cain for the 4th walk off on the 10 game homestand
Royals hit back to back to back home runs in the win.
Royals comeback form 4-0 deficit to take down Sox.
Royals score four runs in four different innings.
Royals lose lead but still walk off in the ninth inning against the Tigers.
Wood gives up five runs in the second as the Tigers score nine unanswered runs.
Escobar gets hit in wrist but should be okay as x-rays were negative.
Royals take advantage of the sun as Choo misplays the ball late to give the Royals the win.
Beltre and Napoli homer for Texas.
Royals head into All Star break 3 games back of the Indians .
Soria gives up run in the eighth to tie the game up.
Utley gets 1,000 career RBI as Dodgers take game 1.
Moustakas and Turner earn All Star final vote.
Vargas struggles but the offense comes alive to sweep Mariners
Merrifield, Moustakas homer as Royals advance to 43-40 overall.
Moustakas hits his 23rd home run of the season as Royals top Mariners
Perez will start for the fourth straight year while Vargas makes his first ever All-Star team.
Merrifield’s three hits and three steals spark Royals to series win.
Royals light up twins in game one but give up too many in game two
Royals put up five runs in the fourth as they cruise over Twins.
Fulmer goes eight plus innings to shut down Royals.
Perez and Moustakas hit back to back home runs to lift Royals.
Royals move Cuthbert to the DL with wrist injury.
Royals score three in the first and go quietly rest of the game.
Alexander gives up three runs as Royals fall back to .500
The Royals go above. 500 for the first time this year.
Royals score four in the ninth to Walk-off Against Toronto.
Royals move back to within a game of .500 thanks to Perez’s eighth inning heroics
Sale goes eight strong innings to slow down the Royals.
Royals are just one game under .500 after Royals Hold Off Red Sox.
Royals finish west coast trip with a 7-2 record .
Royals get shutout as streak ends at six
Kennedy earns first win of the year as Royals top Halos.
Strahm goes five strong innings to give Royals opening series win.
Moustakas hits home run number 18 and Hammel goes six plus strong innings.
Floyd eager to get back on the mound and face hitters.
Vargas goes seven strong as Royals thump Giants
Former Shawnee Heights T-Bird Jordan Floyd selected with pick 300 in the MLB draft.
Royals select a first baseman, a catcher and a left handed pitcher.
Royals take first baseman from California.
Royals club four home runs in rubber match against Padres.
Skoglund struggles for second straight start as bullpen can’t hold onto the lead.
No Keuchel helps Royals earn at least a split with the red hot Astros.
Merrifield’s hit streak comes to a close in loss.
Skoglund struggles in his second major league outing.
Royals Offense explodes for 13 hits in the win.
Minor lead the Royals relievers with 16 innings pitched and had a 14.1 scoreless streak.
Royals fall despite leading 3-0. Tigers bullpen outlast Royals.
Rookie lefty twirls 6.1 shutout innings.
Soria gives up lead late as Royals fall to Tigers.
Tomlin tosses a complete game to help the Indians avoid the sweep.
Yost and Hosmer get ejected but Royals comeback against Tribe
Moss and Moustakas use the long ball to key comeback.
Made up game will be September 25th.
Royals muster just four hits in loss to Yanks.
Bonifacio clubs two run home run to give Royals the win.
Gardner and company hit three home runs to top Vargas and Kansas City .
Junis pitches well in the opener and Kennedy struggles coming off DL.
Double header set for Sunday at Target Field.
Duffy’s 10 Ks are a season high.
Yankees stay hot at the plate as they have 26 hits over the two wins in Kansas City.
Royals win sixth game in seven behind homers from Moustakas, Soler and Butera.
Royals win for fifth time in last six games.
Hosmer drives in Cain for the winning run.
Vargas lowers is MLB leading ERA to 1.01 after seven scoreless innings.
Hammel struggles while Archer shuts down Royals.
Al Alburquerque also set to join the big clue as O’Brian also designated for assignment.
Moustakas hits solo home run in the 12th inning to give Royals the win.
Alexander heads to the disabled list after suffering a right hamstring strain.
Royals stand at 10-20 as they head to Tampa Bay for their four game road trip.
Vargas tosses a gem but the bullpen can’t hold on to the lead
Hosmer hot hitting streak moves to nine games.
Royals offense churns out four extra base hits as the offense finally clicks against Chicago.
Quintana shuts down Royals offense for the second straight outing.
Bonifacio and Hosmer both home run as the Royals top the White Sox.
Moustakas earns his third career Royals player of the month award.
Sano continues to crush Royal pitching as Twins take two in a row at Kauffman.
Split double header now slated for July 1st.
Royal can’t hold on lead as the defense falters in the eighth.
Karns gives up four runs in six innings as offense again struggles.
Royals get home runs from Moss and Moustakas to snap offensive skid but pitching fails Royals.
Royals muster just two hits in lopsided loss.
Kansas City has a majors-low 46 runs after scoring just five in 40 innings in the series.
Gallo and Chirinos homer twice for Texas.
The Kansas City Royals announced today that they have recalled outfielder Jorge Bonifacio and left-handed pitcher Matt Strahm from Omaha (AAA). In corresponding roster moves, infielder Raúl Mondesi and outfielder Paulo Orlando have been optioned to Omaha. Bonifacio, 23, was hitting .314 with two doubles, two triples, three homers and 12 RBI in his first […]
Royals blanked in 13-inning affair.
Royals go 1-11 with runners in scoring position in the 2-1 loss.
Escobar singles in Mondesi in the ninth to give the Royals a walk-off win.
Royals improve to 5-6 on the 2017 season.
Vargas blanks the A’s bats to help Royals avoid the sweep.
A’s pound Royals at the K.
Royals players still emotional after pregame festivities honoring Yordano Ventura.
Herrera can’t hold the lead in the ninth as Royals finish road trip 2-4.
Royals hit three home runs in second straight win.
Vargas goes six strong innings as Royals notch first win.
For the second straight game the bullpen gives up six runs on the seventh inning.