Found November 14, 2011 on
Royals right-hander Nathan Adcock allowed one hit over five innings and Mike Olt homered again as Surprise beat Phoenix, 5-0, in the AFL on Monday.

Royals excited for the future in Lorenzo Cain

Not that there was anything wrong with Melky Cabrera's defense, but the Royals just got a whole lot faster in center field when they shipped Cabrera to the Giants last week. With Cabrera gone, in steps prospect Lorenzo Cain a player scouts insist should make it even harder for opposing hitters to find holes in a Royals outfield thats already pretty stingy. Flanked by Gold...

Hosmer places third in ROY voting

Eric Hosmer picked up four first-place votes in balloting for the AL's top rookie, but fell short of winning the award.

Duffy eager to continue evolution as big leaguer

For Danny Duffy, it was pretty clear what was missing. The Royals had a productive offense and improved defense, but far too often Duffy and the starting staff were ineffective in 2011.
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