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Alex Gordon

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  • Royals complete sweep of host Astros

    Royals complete sweep of host Astros HOUSTON -- It didn't take long for Royals ace right-hander James Shields to tip his hand on Thursday night, to put the Houston Astros on alert in discovering just how difficult of a task they were set to face at...
  • Royals 5, Astros 1

    Royals 5, Astros 1: James Shields struck out 12 in eight innings and Alcides Escobar drove in two runs as visiting Kansas City swept the three-game series with Houston. Norichika Aoki and Alex Gordon each had two hits and scored twice while Eric Hosmer,...
  • Fantasy baseball: Waiver wire pickups

    Fantasy baseball: Waiver wire pickups
    Another Wednesday, another trip to the waiver wire. Each week there are great values that could be had on the waiver wire, and these players can help you now, or in the future. With Avisail Garcia going down within the last week, Matt Moore being...
  • Yordano Ventura gets first big-league win as Royals beat Astros

    HOUSTON A few hours before the first big-league victory off his career, Yordano Ventura lay on his stomach on a training table inside the visitors' clubhouse at Minute Maid Park. A pair of Beats by Dre headphones covered his ears and his eyes were fixed...
  • Miscues help Twins finish sweep of Royals

    Miscues help Twins finish sweep of Royals MINNEAPOLIS -- An otherwise snappy game ended with a whacky finish. Two unearned runs on three walks and an error allowed the Minnesota Twins to steal a sweep of the Kansas City Royals with a 4-3 win on Sunday....
  • MLB: Around baseball

     MLB: Around baseball
    American League Central Division White Sox: Rebuild hits speed bump. Or is Avisail Garcia's season-ending labrum tear a lethal blow? Indians: In what's referred to as "dechiefing," some Indians fans are ripping the Chief Wahoo logo off caps, shirts....
  • G Force: Gordon, Guthrie and Giavotella spark Royals' win over Rays

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. As the ball jumped off Alex Gordon's bat and rose toward the right-field seats, the relief could be felt throughout Kauffman Stadium. On the field. In the dugout. And especially in the grandstands. They all exhaled when Gordon's three-...
  • Royals are optimistic that Omar Infante won't miss much time after getting hit in the jaw by a pitch

    Royals second baseman Omar Infante avoided disaster Monday evening thanks to an involuntary act: In the instant before Tampa Bay reliever Heath Bell's 89-mph fastball collided with Infante's jaw, he opened his mouth. "If he would have had his jaws...
  • Sox's Abreu happy with his first week in majors

    Sox's Abreu happy with his first week in majors
    DENVER — Jose Abreu graded his first week in Major League Baseball as "really good" on Monday afternoon, but he acknowledged there are still things he and the White Sox need to work on as he settles in as the team's new first baseman. Among the...
  • White Sox fall but outing pleases John Danks

     White Sox fall but outing pleases John Danks
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — From his corner of a clubhouse that just had suffered its third straight loss, White Sox left-hander John Danks admitted to having some fun at Kauffman Stadium. Danks has spent about 20 months rehashing how his 2012 shoulder...
  • Perez leads Royals past White Sox for second straight win

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. In the moments before this game was decided, before Salvador Perez stung a go-ahead double in a 4-3 Royals victory over the White Sox, Royals outfielder Alex Gordon bounced at second base and readied himself. He knew what to expect,...
  • Erik Johnson digs hole White Sox can't escape

    Erik Johnson digs hole White Sox can't escape
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — White Sox right-hander Erik Johnson said he "lives for" pitching in an environment like he stepped into Friday at Kauffman Stadium for the Royals' home opener in front of 40,103 fans. Johnson's results in his first start of...