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  • Angels can't overcome Kansas City's seven-run third inning

    Angels can't overcome Kansas City's seven-run third inning
    KEY MOMENT: Mike Trout hit a really, really long home run. The Royals estimated the distance at 445 feet. ESPN had it at 489 feet — the longest in the major leagues this season, the longest ever hit by Angels player, and the longest ever hit at...
  • Royals overcome Trout's 489-foot clout

    The Sports Xchange Royals overcome Trout's 489-foot clout KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Center fielder Mike Trout's jaw-dropping, mammoth moon shot overshadowed the game Friday night. Second baseman Omar Infante hit a grand slam and the Kansas City bullpen...
  • Hey, Mike Trout, could we see shots like that in home run derby?

    Hey, Mike Trout, could we see shots like that in home run derby?
    Mike Trout hit a ball nearly 500 feet here Friday. He is one of the most popular players in baseball, and he should be a natural for the All-Star game home run derby. The captain of the American League team is Jose Bautista of the Toronto Blue Jays....
  • David Freese leads Angels past Royals, 6-2

    David Freese leads Angels past Royals, 6-2
    KEY MOMENT: The Angels nursed a 2-0 lead through a four-hour rain delay, but David Freese gave them two more runs in the sixth inning. He had three hits — tying his high with the Angels — and drove in three runs. His batting average rose to...
  • Omar Infante, Royals capitalize on late Angels mistake to win 5-4

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The thought flashed in Ned Yost's mind as the baseball rolled across the infield: "OK, that's a double play." Moments before the last at-bat of a 5-4 victory over the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, Yost considered the ripple effects of...
  • Royals let down Yordano Ventura, drop fourth straight with 2-1 loss to Seattle Mariners

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. The decisive pitch in Sunday's 2-1 Royals loss, their fourth in a row, was an 86-mph curveball tumbling out of Yordano Ventura's right hand. The pitch broke high in the strike zone, near the waist of Seattle catcher Mike Zunino. An...
  • Jason Vargas deals, Raul Ibanez homers in 4-0 Royals victory over Twins

    MINNEAPOLIS He cradled the baseball in his prized left hand, gazed at it for a moment, and then tossed the ball away. Jason Vargas is the sort who executes a slick fielding play, as he did by snaring a line drive in the first inning of a 4-0 Royals...
  • Royals 6, Rays 0

    The Sports Xchange Royals 6, Rays 0 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- James Shields was dominant in his return to Tropicana Field on Monday, shutting out the Tampa Bay Rays for seven innings as the Kansas City Royals won 6-0 to open a three-game series. A...
  • Shields, Royals shut out Rays

    The Sports Xchange Shields, Royals shut out Rays ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- James Shields' last start at Tropicana Field was arguably the best game of his career, a 15-strikeout complete game in a 1-0 loss to the Baltimore Orioles in October of 2012....
  • Shields dominant once more

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Kansas City Royals - INSIDE PITCH ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- James Shields had to return to Tropicana Field to find himself again. Apparently he was waiting right there on that familiar old mound. The Kansas City ace...
  • Salvador Perez's three-run homer lifts Royals to 5-4 victory over Rays

    Salvador Perez took a few steps down the line and watched with his neck craned upward toward the left-field pole. His drive hung for an agonizing amount of time, as Perez stood with his bat in his head and the game's fate in the balance. When it fell,...
  • Hyun-Jin Ryu leads Dodgers past Padres, 2-1

    Hyun-Jin Ryu leads Dodgers past Padres, 2-1
    ON THE MOUND: Hyun-Jin Ryu won for the sixth time in his last eight starts, limiting the Padres to one run and four hits in six innings. Ryu retired the first nine batters he faced. The run he gave up came in the sixth inning, when he gave up doubles to...