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KANSAS CITY – Asked about his team’s non-existent running game Tuesday, Royals manager Ned Yost had a response. “You can’t steal first (base).” Kansas City drove opponents nuts on the base paths during the regular season, racking up a Major League-best 153 stolen bases....
KANSAS CITY – The celebration was over before it really began Tuesday night at Kauffman Stadium. Can the Royals get the party started again? That’s a legitimate question after the Giants spoiled the fun for the home team, and a hyped-up sellout crowd, with a 7-1 victory in...
With a game-high 27 points Stephen Curry led the Warriors to a decisive victory over a Clippers team which sat its big stars on Tuesday.
Madison Bumgarner continued his dominance in the World Series, giving up one run in seven innings as the Giants beat the Royals 7-1 in Game 1.
Brandon Rush is unlikely to play in the Warriors season opener next week, but it's not his surgically repaired knee that's giving him problems.
Logan Couture and Joe Thornton each scored with tip-in goals against the Bruins in the second period for the Sharks' Shots of the Game.
The Sharks blew a third-period lead and couldn't recover despite an extended power play to end the game, falling to the Bruins 5-3.
Mike Sweeney is a five-time All-Star first baseman, but what he is most proud of is his Royals heritage and hopes pass on this pride to the current players.
The Kansas City Royals definitely have the speed advantage against the Giants, but Jake Peavy got some advice on how to deal with that.
Many of the Royals young players have limited postseason experience, but one of their rookies has been getting advice from a legendary source.
Former Raider and free-agent quarterback Terrelle Pryor worked out with his third team since getting cut by the Seahawks in August.