Ranking the Royals – Player Ranking #210-181

We would like to welcome you to a new series here at Royals Blue. We will continue to post segments breaking down the 300 best players to ever play for Kansas City. There will be some familiar names, some not so familiar, and probably a few surprises along the way. These are the Top 300 Kansas City Royals Players ranked in descending order. Each player's ranking is based on the...
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80-31: Impossible

Another entry in a periodic series chronicling the worst games in Seattle Mariners history. Today: The Improbable Return. Impossible. That's been the whole season. Every single day, waking up, opening up the P-I, logging onto SortsNet, and seeing the impossible. It has been Bret Boone every day refusing to give in, crouching low with two strikes, and blasting the ball into the right...
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16 days ago

21 greatest winning streaks in sports history

December 03, 2015  |  Discuss

Today in Tribe History: September 25, 2005

2005 – A fly ball lost in the Kansas City sun gives the Royals a walk-off win over the Cleveland Indians, 5-4. Cleveland jumped out to an early lead on a three-run homer in the first by Victor Martinez off of KC starter Zack Greinke. Jake Westbrook made the support stand until the sixth inning, when Kansas City tied it up on an RBI-single from Terrence Long and a two-run homer...
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September 25, 2015  |  Discuss

The Kansas City Royals are Matthew McConaughey

Matthew McConaughey has been a part of our lives for probably a little bit longer than Jennifer Love Hewitt.  Now that I think about it, I'd say he is probably the male version of JLH.  MM came up as Wooderson, the fun "older guy" from "Dazed and Confused" and then he graduated to bigger roles in movies like "A Time to Kill," "Contact," or "The Wedding Planner."  Later in his...
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October 14, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History–September 19, 2005

2005: The Royals pounded out 18 hits, including five doubles and a home run, as they trounced the Tigers 10-4 at Kauffman Stadium.Detroit actually took a 1-0 lead when Chris Shelton homered with two outs in the first inning against Royals starter Mike Wood. But the Royals quickly jumped in front in the bottom of the first against Tigers starter Jeremy Bonderman. With one out, Terrence...
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September 19, 2014  |  Discuss

This Date In Royals History–June 29, 2005

2005: David DeJesus collected four hits to lead the Royals to a 3-2 victory over the Twins at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.DeJesus led off the game with a single off Twins starter Brad Radke. Angel Berroa’s sacrifice bunt moved DeJesus to second, and Terrence Long’s double put the Royals in front 1-0. Emil Brown reached on an throwing error by Twins shortstop Luis Rivas. Matt...
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June 29, 2014  |  Discuss

CSN Bay Area censors Derek Jeter’s ‘flip’ play during pregame tribute

Back in 2001, Derek Jeter made one of the more memorable plays of his Hall of Fame career during the American League Division Series against the Oakland A’s. In the bottom of the seventh inning, Terrence Long hit a ball down the right field line that was fielded by Shane Spencer. Spencer missed the cutoff […]
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June 14, 2014  |  Discuss

5 things to know about Derek Jeter's career

More than sheer numbers, Derek Jeter's career has been defined by memorable moments. Going into the final season before he retires, a look back at what the New York Yankees has already done: THE FLIP: The Yankees were facing a three-game sweep in the 2001 AL playoffs, but led 1-0 in Game 3 at Oakland. With a runner on first and two outs in the seventh inning, Terrence Long hit a...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Mets Historic First Round Picks

The Mets have selected 62 players in the first round of the June Amateur Draft since 1965. 41 players have made it to the Majors, which is a 66% rate. Who are some of the first rounders who have seen the most success at the Major League level? Jon Matlack – Jon was the 4th overall pick in 1967 and went onto a 13 year MLB career with the Mets (1971-77) and the Texas Rangers (1978...
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December 30, 2013  |  Discuss
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