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Topic - Wade Davis
The head of an advocacy group for gay and lesbian athletes said he spent a full day this week helping the St. Louis Rams prepare for the arrival of Michael Sam, who hopes to become the first openly gay player in the NFL.
The Kansas City Royals had to work overtime to end a season-high, five-game losing streak and get their first win at Petco Park.
The Kansas City Royals were close to getting their first road win of the season.
Needing a big hit, the Minnesota Twins instead turned a little tapper back to the mound into big trouble for the Kansas City Royals.
Former NFL player Wade Davis' speech to the owners, coaches and general managers delivered a significant message about sexual orientation in sports, Commissioner Roger Goodell said Wednesday.
James Shields and Jason Vargas will start the Kansas City Royals' first two games of the season at Detroit.
Mike Moustakas homered twice, Eric Hosmer added three hits and the Kansas City Royals beat the Chicago Cubs 5-3 on Sunday.
The last couple years, every time that Royals manager Ned Yost would stop to buy a cup of coffee, he would tell the barista his name was Frank.
When James Shields broke into the big leagues with Tampa Bay, the Rays were no better than the Kansas City Royals.
The Kansas City Royals have slowly and methodically allowed their top prospects to climb through their farm system in recent years, piecing together a team they believe can compete in the wide-open American League Central.
The Kansas City Royals gambled their future Sunday night for a chance to win right now.
The Kansas City Royals acquired former All-Star James Shields and fellow right-hander Wade Davis from the Tampa Bay Rays on Sunday night for outfielder Wil Myers and a package of minor league prospects.
A gripping account of a doomed attempt to climb Mount Everest has won Britain's leading nonfiction book prize.
A cornerback who spent four preseasons with three NFL teams and also played in NFL Europe has come out as gay, joining a small but growing number of former athletes who are publicly acknowledging they are gays or lesbians.
Wade Davis shrugged off a rocky start to pitch seven innings and Matt Joyce hit a three-run homer Friday night to lead the surging Tampa Bay Rays over the New York Yankees 3-2.
"That was nice," Davis said. "It allows you to just go out and throw strikes and let the defense do its thing."
"I'd say I've found some things to improve on — just recognizing various situations and stopping the bad things when they're coming," he said.