Kansas City Royals rumors
The Braves boosted their bullpen and added another outfield piece.
Mozzicato is a tall and lanky southpaw whose repertoire is headlined by an impressive curveball.
The Padres get arguably the best reliever available on the trade market.
Gordon is back for a 14th season in Kansas City.
As their rebuild continues, the Royals will attempt to resurrect the former Phillies third baseman’s career.
The Cubs add a former Gold Glove catcher to fill in for the injured Willson Contreras.
The flashy gesture resulted in Anderson, Royals pitcher Brad Keller getting ejected.
One of baseball’s most exciting players is headed to Kansas City.
St. Louis acquires one of game’s best first basemen to boost lineup, infield
Kansas City’s roster is already quite versatile, and the addition of Owings further contributes to the flexibility.
Who has done the best job offensively at their respective positions this season?
The winningest manager in Royals history will stick around for at least one more season.
Hosmer has been mediocre through his first season in San Diego, while his replacement in Kansas City has been spectacular since getting called up.
A new UCL tear has put the two-way player’s season in jeopardy, but his 2 HRs vs. the Rangers say otherwise.
The Royals add an intriguing lefty reliever while parting ways with their veteran backup catcher.
Moose will leave the only team he’s ever known in hopes of boosting a Brewers team that has slumped in July.
Los Angeles makes huge move for four-time All-Star by sending five prospects to Baltimore.
The team stores in Boston and Atlanta might want to stock up on antler hats, just in case.
Halos more than likely to search for an upgrade on trade market.
The Royals revealed the answer to this question about a month ago and through a couple of trades this month.
A look at Kansas City’s best players they could deal as it prepares for the July 31 deadline.
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