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Latest Eric Hosmer Items
The Kansas City Royals are making a bad habit of getting blanked whenever Jeremy Guthrie is on the mound.
Alex Cobb got drilled by another line drive, only this one was below the belt instead of above the neck.
Nori Aoki's three hits were one more than the rest of his Kansas City Royals teammates generated against C.J. Wilson and the Los Angeles Angels' bullpen.
Jason Vargas, once a solid starter in the Seattle Mariners' rotation, did not give his former team much to hit in helping the Kansas City Royals to a 6-1 victory Friday night.
Jason Vargas used his "accelerator" to control the strike zone and it meant his first road victory of the season. It came at a place where he felt like home.
James Shields was on another road mound and that's a good thing for the Kansas City Royals.
It was right there for the taking - twice. The Kansas City Royals just couldn't close out the game when they had their chances.
Drew Hutchison was rarely challenged through the first six innings Wednesday night, breezing through an early swinging lineup of Kansas City Royals and keeping the game knotted 2-all.
Alcides Escobar is a maestro with his glove, making the kinds difficult of plays at shortstop that has helped to make the Kansas City Royals one of the best defensive teams in baseball.