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Luke Weaver, Robbie Ray ejected after a national anthem standoff

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No one wanted to leave, but umpire Adrian Johnson eventually tossed them both, and Ray won the "standoff."

Royals Are Running Out of Time to Build Any Momentum

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Simply put, it was a rough week for the Kansas City Royals. The boys in blue got swept by the Minnesota Twins and lost two of three to the Boston Red Sox to conclude their quick road trip. Let’s see what went wrong and if there was anything positive to take away. At the beginning of every week, Mark Van Sickle will dive into the latest developments with the Royals. Have something you want to be discussed?

Royals’ Pitching Development Struggles Are Out in the Open

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"If these stud pitchers — (Jackson) Kowar, (Daniel) Lynch, (Brady) Singer, all these guys — had they been Dodgers or Rays or Guardians, they would be very, very good..." The above quote is from an article published on The Athletic on Thursday morning. The bombshell of a piece, worked on by esteemed current and former MLB writers with Kansas City ties (Rustin Dodd, Andy McCullough and Alec Lewis), highlighted the Kansas City Royals' immense struggles in one specific area over the last decade-plus.

Kansas City Royals officially eliminated from playoff contention

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The Kansas City Royals will not be playing in the 2022 postseason after being officially eliminated from contention. The season provided many prospects with their opportunity to shine under the bright lights and give fans hope for the future. Bobby Witt Jr., MJ Melendez, Vinny Pasquantino, and more donned the Royals uniform for their first season while the likes of Andrew Benintendi and Whit Merrifield departed for other clubs.

Royals fan eats one hot dog every half inning

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What a tremendous athlete!

New Era unveils All-Star caps

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They have a real "golden age of Hollywood" feel.

Royals players have an NBA-themed road trip

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Royals baseball, it's FANtastic.

Cody Tapp of 610 Sports sings "Pasquantino"

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This is art.

Son of former Kansas City Royals standout will play football for Kansas Jayhawks

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Jalen Dye, a 6-foot, 185-pound defensive back from Palomar College in San Marcos, California — and the son of former Kansas City Royals outfielder Jermaine Dye — has committed to play football at the University of Kansas. Jalen Dye made the announcement Wednesday night on Twitter. According to Jayhawkslant.com, Dye, who will have three years of eligibility remaining at KU, also had been offered a scholarship by Colorado State and UNLV. He started his career at Arizona State before transferring to Palomar. He played high school football at Cathedral Catholic High School in San Diego. Should I Stream NFL Games for Free? Paid streaming platforms like SlingTV and FuboTV have all cut deals with the NFL and have the rights to broadcast games...