Found November 30, 2011 on
Big League Stew:
The last time she checked, Chantel Kendall said, Major League Baseball players had an "85 percent" divorce rate. Her own bitter divorce to Jason Kendall — a major league catcher for 16 seasons, most recently with the Kansas City Royals — was finalized this past fall. Does divorce mean she's kicked out of the often close-knit inner circle of baseball spouses? And how is she transitioning into being legally single again? Anybody who tunes into VH-1 to watch "Baseball Wives," which premieres Wednesday night, is going to find out.
Kendall recently told Big League Stew her ex-husband won't be a part of the show, though "he's supportive of his children's mother." Their four kids won't appear, either. The show is set in fabulous and trendy Scottsdale, Ariz. — basically the epicenter of spring training in the state — which gives baseball a chance to at least be part of the scenery.
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Now that VH1's "Baseball Wives" has debuted as some sort of, wait for it, hit (zing!)...it appears that it's brash star, gun-toting, animal hating/loving Anna Benson is already hitting the Twitters to take on a predictable foe.
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The Royals have designated Jeff Bianchi for assignment to create 40-man roster space for Jonathan Broxton, Jon Paul Morosi of FOX Sports reports (Twitter link). Kansas City's 40-man roster remains full.
The Royals have been a scapegoat in the American League for years. They've finished above .500 just once in the last 17 years (2003, when the team finished 83-79), they've dealt away stars like Carlos Beltran and Jermaine Dye for far below market value, and they've handed playing time to some of the worst players you can imagine in baseball. But the team went on a full...
Royals second baseman Johnny Giavotella and pitcher Kelvin Herrera reached the Major Leagues this year, and now they'll have awards to commemorate how they did it.
The Kansas City Royals have reach agreement on a one-year contract with right-handed reliever Jonathan Broxton.
The 27-year-old Broxton was limited to 14 games with the Los Angeles Dodgers last season, going 1-2 with seven saves and a 5.68 ERA.
He is coming back from minor elbow surgery and will be looking to regain the former that made him one of baseball's top closers.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Reliever Jonathan Broxton and the Kansas City Royals agreed Tuesday to a one-year contract that...
The Royals, it appears, have added another veteran option to their cache of young bullpen arms. The club has agreed to a one-year deal with former Dodgers closer Jonathan Broxton, pending a physical, according to numerous reports.