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    Joel booked for first show at The K since '79
    For the first time in 39 years, Kauffman Stadium will host a concert not associated with a baseball game.

    Pratto draws flattering comparisons to Hosmer
    The Royals have tried their best to shy away from making any comparisons of Nick Pratto, their first-round pick in the Draft in 2017, to another first baseman and former first-round pick, Eric Hosmer.

    Royals hire Lamont as special assistant to GM
    The Royals have hired former White Sox and Pirates manager Gene Lamont as a special assistant to general manager Dayton Moore.

    Royals avoid arbitration with Herrera, Karns
    The Royals have settled with right-hander Nathan Karns for $1.375 million, a source told MLB.com. Karns also will have incentives based on games started: $12,500 if he starts 15 games, $25,000 if he starts 20.

    Royals will have new-look bullpen in 2018
    Just as is the case with the Royals' lineup and rotation, the potential bullpen heading into 2018 surely will undergo more changes.

    Duffy placed on probation for DUI
    Royals left-hander Danny Duffy pled guilty to driving under the influence in a Kansas City suburb last summer, and he has been placed on probation, according to a report in The Kansas City Star.

    Royals' Watson honored with scouting award
    When Royals director of pro scouting Gene Watson got the call that he was receiving the Legends in Scouting Award from the Professional Baseball Scouts Foundation, he joked that there must be a mistake.

    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 MLBPipeline.com's Prospect Watch.

    KC taps Rojas to manage Double-A squad
    The Royals announced their Minor League coaching staffs for 2018, and they will welcome a familiar name to manage their Double-A Northwest Arkansas affiliate: Mike Rojas, son of Royals Hall of Famer Cookie Rojas.

    Duffy, Kennedy atop projected Royals rotation
    As it stands, left-hander Danny Duffy would be the Royals' Opening Day starter and the leader of the rotation going into 2018.

    Recovered from fall, Yost to attend FanFest
    If you know Royals manager Ned Yost, you would expect nothing less. Yost said he will attend Royals FanFest on Jan. 26-27, despite suffering a serious fractured pelvis in late November after a 20-foot fall from a tree stand.

    New Prolight 59Fifty Spring Training caps are in
    New Era unveiled the new PROLIGHT 59FIFTY that players will be wearing this spring, a fitted cap featuring a new featherweight polyester material that is the lightest on-field fabric in MLB history.

    How Royals' 2018 starting lineup looks today
    Amid much uncertainty, this is what the Royals' 2018 starting lineup might look like if the season started today.

    KC names non-roster invitees, ST report dates
    The Royals' list of 19 non-roster players who will be invited to Spring Training includes seven on the team's Top 30 Prospects list, per MLB Pipeline.

    Oaks begins Royals career at rookie program
    Trevor Oaks was traded Thursday night to the Royals as part of a three-team deal, ending a four-year stint in the Dodgers' organization just as he was on the cusp of the big leagues.

    Royals trade Soria, Alexander for prospects
    The Royals' rebuilding process kick-started Thursday when they traded veteran right-hander Joakim Soria and emerging bullpen star left-hander Scott Alexander in a three-team deal with the Dodgers and White Sox while acquiring right-handed prospect Trevor Oaks and infielder Erick Mejia.

    Q&A with Royals' new pitching coach Eldred
    The Royals' new pitching coach, Cal Eldred, was once regarded as one of the top pitching prospects in baseball.

    Royals reportedly offer Hosmer 7-year deal
    Royals general manager Dayton Moore would not confirm a USA Today report Wednesday that the Royals had offered free-agent first baseman Eric Hosmer a seven-year, $147 million deal.

    KC looking for long-term success with rebuild
    Royals general manager Dayton Moore said he and his staff are energized by the prospect of rebuilding heading into 2018.

    Moose's record-setting HR tops '17 highlights
    The Royals didn't have the season they hoped to, finishing with a losing record (80-82) for the first time since 2012. Yet there were some special moments on the diamond in '17.

    Damon's durability, quirkiness defined career
    Johnny Damon was an unusual player. Nothing he did seemed especially smooth or graceful, but he was a fantastic player. It begins with him being a great athlete.

    Inbox: Could KC get Hoz with Moreland to Sox?
    What are the Royals' chances of re-signing Eric Hosmer now that Mitch Moreland signed with the Red Sox? Beat reporter Jeffrey Flanagan answers this and more in the latest Royals Inbox.

    Q&A: Kuntz talks eyes, transition to new post
    Royals fans were saddened last September when the news hit that Rusty Kuntz decided to step down from his first-base coaching duties because of lingering vision issues resulting from cataract surgery. He has a new role now as a special assistant to general manager Dayton Moore. MLB.com chatted with Kuntz recently about his future.

    Royals ink Asche, Broadway on Minors deals
    The Royals have signed two veterans to Minor League deals, including third baseman/outfielder Cody Asche, who made the White Sox Opening Day roster last season.

    Holiday Q&A with Royals broadcaster Lefebvre
    Royals broadcaster Ryan Lefebvre has a lot of fond memories of Christmas. No other holiday brings as much joy to Lefebvre and his family. MLB.com caught up with the veteran play-by-play voice to talk about the happiness of the holiday season.

    KC adds pair of high picks in Rule 5 Draft
    While the Royals did not make any trades or free-agent signings, they were active in Thursday's Rule 5 Draft, acquiring the Reds' No. 5 pick, right-hander Brad Keller, and the Mets' No. 6 pick, right-hander Burch Smith, both for cash ($100,000 each). The Royals passed with their selection at No. 13.

    Starling may be in Royals' center-field mix
    As the Royals' front office ponders position scenarios for 2018, it knows replacing free-agent outfielder Lorenzo Cain will be a tall order.

    KC gifts KU Hospital with dugout-themed room
    KC gifts KU Hospital with dugout-themed room

    Unpopular '12 trade sets up KC for Series win
    In the final hours of the 2012 Winter Meetings in Nashville, Royals general manager Dayton Moore huddled with his top scouts and front-office lieutenants in a suite at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel.

    Salvy crucial component to Royals' success
    As the Royals ponder a possible rebuild in 2018 and beyond, there is one rock solid piece who will be vital next season: catcher Salvador Perez.