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    Royals sorting out right-field job this spring
    All eyes will be on the battle for the right-field job this spring in Royals camp.

    Gordon looks for OF chemistry with Hamilton
    When Royals general manager Dayton Moore made the decision to sign speedy center fielder Billy Hamilton, Moore noted the obvious fall-off the team had defensively when it lost free agent Lorenzo Cain after the 2017 season.

    Royals hope McWilliams is next Rule 5 gem
    Can Rule 5 Draft pick and right-hander Sam McWilliams be the next Brad Keller for the Royals? Club officials hope for a similar success story.

    Mondesi eager for full season as Royals' SS
    Adalberto Mondesi, 23, will try to transition what he did last season into a full season. He is now the starting shortstop entering a season for the first time, after the departure of Alcides Escobar.

    The Royals' Spring Training battle to watch
    The next five weeks will see lots of shuffling on Major League rosters. Here are the most intriguing positional battles on each of the 30 MLB clubs.

    Storen eager to put his 'spin' on spring camp
    After successful Tommy John surgery in September 2017, Royals right-hander Drew Storen, 31, believes he has that magical spin back on his slider.

    Royals celebrate Dominican Academy grads
    Something remarkable happened recently at the Royals' Dominican Republic Academy: Fourteen of their players received their high school degrees.

    Royals' Top 30 Prospects list
    Who do the Royals have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Kansas City's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.

    Reasons for optimism for each MLB club
    On this opening week of Spring Training, all 30 Major League teams have one thing in common: optimism. Here's an optimism cheat sheet for each of them.

    Skoglund unsure of what led to suspension
    Royals left-hander Eric Skoglund said Saturday that he doesn't know what he ingested that caused him to fail a drug test that led to an 80-game suspension for being in violation of Major League Baseball's Joint Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.

    Royals like Bailey's upside in rotation battle
    If fans are wondering why the Royals, a team seemingly deep in a rebuild, were interested in veteran right-hander Homer Bailey, there are a few reasons.

    Diekman happy to join Royals on 1-year deal
    Lefty reliever Jake Diekman signed a one-year deal with the Royals for a guaranteed $2.75 million -- $2.25 million this season with a $500,000 buyout on a mutual option in 2020.

    Cuthbert looking to make Royals' roster
    Royals third baseman Cheslor Cuthbert said that although he was surprised that the Royals dropped him from the 40-man roster this offseason, he had no hard feelings.

    Veteran reliever Storen joins KC on Minors deal
    Veteran reliever Drew Storen on Friday agreed to a Minor League deal with the Royals.

    Yost not ready to define Royals' closer role
    The manner in which Royals manager Ned Yost will utilize his bullpen this season may surprise some fans and observers.

    Notes: Kennedy, Bailey, Hahn
    Royals manager Ned Yost confirmed on Wednesday what club officials have hinted at over the offseason, that right-hander Ian Kennedy could be a bullpen candidate at some point this season.

    Prospects who should vie for a roster spot
    The 30 prospects below all are getting very long looks this spring with an eye toward breaking camp with the parent club. Even if they start the year in the Minors, they all should get the chance to contribute at some point in the very near future.

    Royals ready to run with plethora of speed
    Speed will be an essential theme for a Royals club that already boasts the Major League steals leader in Whit Merrifield (45) and a rising star in Adalberto Mondesi, who stole 32 bases in 75 games.

    Predicting the Royals' Opening Day roster
    OK, here's the fun part of February: projecting a way-too-early 25-man roster. The hardest part for the Royals will be sifting through the right-field options, as well as the bullpen, and the two are interconnected in terms of roster space.

    30 low-key acquisitions who could pay off big
    Fans and analysts spend the entire offseason speculating where the top free agents could go, but sometimes an under-the-radar pickup can end up making a world of difference. As positional competitions begin to heat up at Spring Training camps this month,'s beat writers were asked to identify one potentially overlooked acquisition for each of the 30 clubs. Here's who they came up with.

    Uniform patch to mark 150 years of pro baseball
    All 30 Major League teams will wear special "MLB 150" patches on their uniforms for the entire 2019 season in honor of the 150th anniversary of the 1869 Cincinnati Red Stockings, the first openly all-salaried professional baseball team.

    Talented Phillips looks to improve at plate
    When the Royals acquired speedy outfielder Brett Phillips from Milwaukee in the Mike Moustakas trade last July, Phillips immediately showed he could be a Royals-type defender, making numerous brilliant defensive plays in center field and right field.

    Bailey inks Minor League deal with Royals
    The Royals announced on Saturday that they signed veteran right-hander Homer Bailey to a Minor League contract with an invitation to the club's Major League Spring Training camp.

    Royals looking to race back to winning ways
    What will the 2019 Royals look like? Perhaps a little like the Royals from 2013-15, if all goes well. After going along with the industry trend the past few years of searching for pure power to manufacture runs, Kansas City will return to its former identity of speed and elite defense to try and win ballgames in 2019.

    Sharon Robinson tours KC's youth academy
    Sharon Robinson walked past the entrance mural that includes a portrait of her father, Jackie Robinson, as a member of the Kansas City Monarchs. She moved on to the Don and Jean Wagner classroom, and she made subsequent stops at the athletic training room and the spacious indoor baseball diamond, with its bright green turf.

    Royals Spring Training: What you need to know
    Everything you need to know regarding the Royals' 2019 Spring Training.

    Inbox: Who will lead the Royals in steals?
    Once again, another great week of questions from you Royals fans. Beat reporter Jeffrey Flanagan opens the latest Inbox.

    Get ready to watch: MLB.TV available for 2019
    Spring Training is imminent, Opening Day is within sight and the big league season isn't complete for fans without a subscription to MLB.TV. The most comprehensive streaming service in professional sports is now available for the 2019 season.

    Boxberger joins Royals with 1-year deal
    The Royals and closer Brad Boxberger have agreed to a one-year Major League deal for 2019.