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Alejandro De Aza
Kansas City Royals
New York Yankees
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The Kansas City Royals have been slightly active this week. They have signed Kevin Kousmanoff to a minor league contract with a spring training invite. The signing worries me that leaves Yuni out of the backup third base picture and forced into a role a SS. I can only hope the signing is for depth. This afternoon we saw random rumors floating around Twitter regarding Billy Butler being traded to Yankees for Phil Hughes. I am sure this is all Twitter garbage, but this trade is not something I would be interested in. Why not sign Roy Oswalt and not trade Butler? This is just my two cents. This week, I will finish up our look at the American League Central outfielders by reviewing the left fielders of each team. The following statistics will give us a view of each player’s 2011 season.
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KANSAS CITY, MO The Kansas City Royals announced tonight that the club has agreed to terms on a one-year Major League contract with infielder Chris Getz for the 2012 season, avoiding arbitration. Consistent with club policy, terms of the contract were not disclosed. The Royals now have five remaining arbitration-eligible players: pitchers Luke Hochevar, Felipe Paulino and Jonathan...
The Royals have cranked up an ambitious promotion campaign for 2012 a year in which theyll host the All-Star Game at Kauffman Stadium.
Beyond the buzz over that midsummer event, however, the Royals theme is aimed directly at what happens on the field.
The two-word catchphrase for the coming season: Our Time.
Unless youve been watching the Royals from up close, that seems like...
Catcher Brayan Pena and the Kansas City Royals avoided arbitration Monday by agreeing to terms on a one-year deal. Financial terms were not disclosed.
Pena hit .248 with three homers and 24 RBIs in 72 games last season. He's expected to back up Salvador Perez, who hit .331 with three homers and 27 RBIs after getting called up late last season.
The Royals have six remaining...
The Kansas City Royals and utility outfielder Mitch Maier have agreed to an $865,000, one-year contract that avoided arbitration.
Maier can earn an additional $10,000 for making 100 plate appearances and $50,000 for making his first All-Star game. He had 113 plate appearances last season.
Maier hit .232 and drove in seven runs while appearing in 45 games as the Royals' fourth...
Just over 30 years ago the Kansas City Royals were embroiled in one of the best rivalries in baseball with the hated Yankees. It had everything a great rivalry needs; success on both sides, regular and postseason match ups, incredible stories, fights, and most importantly a general disdain for the other team. The Yankees got the better of the Royals during the rivalry, but you could...
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We already went into great detail about why Adrian Gonzalez is an overrated fantasy option, but your boy Dudley Do Work isn't done ******** on overvalued 1Bs. The next player locked into the crosshairs? The Wizard of Hos' himself: Eric Hosmer. Find out what makes Hosmer a player to avoid in drafts/auctions after the jump:
ROYALS AGREE TO TERMS WITH PITCHERS HOCHEVAR, PAULINO AND SANCHEZ ON ONE-YEAR CONTRACTS FOR 2012
KANSAS CITY, MO (January 17, 2012) — The Kansas City Royals announced today that the club has agreed to terms on one-year Major League contracts with right-handed pitchers Luke Hochevar and Felipe Paulino, and left-handed pitcher Jonathan Sanchez for the 2012 season, avoiding arbitration...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Kansas City Royals owner David Glass says small-market franchises must do whatever it takes to lock up young talent long term, even if it's a sometimes risky proposition.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Catcher Brayan Pena and the Kansas City Royals avoided arbitration Monday by agreeing to a $835,000, one-year contract.
The Kansas City Royals have agreed to terms with Luke Hochevar, Jonathan Sanchez and Felipe Paulino on one-year contracts for 2012, avoiding arbitration with all three players.
The Braves' Freddie Freeman and the Royals' Eric Hosmer produced seasons significant and notable for more than just the rare level of performance at such a young age.