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Keller Stellar, but Can’t Match Paxton in Loss

Royals.comJuly 2, 2018

SEATTLE -- June was the worst month in Kansas City's 50-year history, as it dropped 21 of 26 games and fell to 20 games behind the American League Central-leading Indians. Brad Keller did all he could to get the Royals off on the right foot to start July, and despite his best efforts, the rookie right-hander couldn't outduel Seattle ace James Paxton. Keller allowed just one run in a complete...

Royals Finish Rough June with Loss to Mariners

Royals.comJuly 1, 2018

SEATTLE -- It wasn't more than a few minutes after the final out, and Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost made an immediate declaration. "The month is over," Yost said. "It's behind us." But not before the Royals suffered another deflating, record-setting loss Saturday night. On "Turn Ahead the Clock Night" at Safeco Field, Kansas City wrapped up the worst month of June in its 50-year his...

Kennedy Stung by HRs in KC’s Loss to Seattle

Royals.comJune 30, 2018

SEATTLE -- The Royals have allowed so many home runs this season. More than anyone in baseball, in fact. But none are likely to have traveled much farther -- or faster -- than the second of the two homers Ian Kennedy gave up in Kansas City's 4-1 loss to the Mariners on Friday night. Mike Zunino sent Kennedy's centered, 2-2 fastball in the fifth inning to the next-to-last row of the second de...

Lagerald Vick to Return to Kansas for Senior Season

KU Athletics ReleaseJune 30, 2018

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Kansas head coach Bill Self announced Friday that Lagerald Vick will return for his senior season. On April 6, Vick announced he would forego his senior season to play professionally. "It was our understanding with Lagerald at the conclusion of the season that he would go pro," Self said. "After going through the process and looking at the variety of options, Lagerald felt i...

KU Men’s Basketball Nonconference Schedule Loaded Once Again

KU Athletics ReleaseJune 29, 2018

LAWRENCE, Kan. - Kansas men's basketball annually plays one of the toughest nonconference schedules in the nation, and the 2018-19 slate is no exception. All of the Jayhawks' 2018-19 nonconference opponents advanced to postseason play last season; five of them won their conference regular-season championships. For the last nine seasons Kansas has ranked no lower than fifth nationally in the fin...

Central Kansas Outdoors 6-30

Pat StrathmanJune 29, 2018

Join outdoor expert Bob Roberts on Saturday mornings on 1150 KSAL for the latest edition of Central Kansas Outdoors. Bob Roberts talks about Channel Cat fishing. The channels are great hot weather fish and are in abundance in our reservoirs, lakes, rivers, streams and ponds.  Lots of ways to catch them. Reminder that hunting seasons are a little over 60 days away...time to make plans. ...

Richardson, Falcons Oust Hutchinson

Pat StrathmanJune 28, 2018

After losing for the first time in the Hooper Showcase championship, the Salina Falcons returned to their winning ways. Brogen Richardson drove in seven runs, the offense produced 24 hits, and the Falcons handled Hutchinson 12-1 and 11-2 in shortened games. Salina pushed its record to 19-1 with one doubleheader left before the Salina Regional Orthopedic & Sports Medicine Grand Slam. Rich...

Shock Fall to Haven

Pat StrathmanJune 28, 2018

The Salina offense came alive, but it was too late. Haven plated six runs in the first two innings and hung on to beat the Salina Shock 8-3. Haven's Springer and Stewart recorded two-RBI nights at the plate, pushing the Warhawks' record to 7-14. The Shock scored three times in the sixth and seventh innings, but the attack wasn't enough. Salina (1-10) accumulated seven hits, two coming fro...

Royals Solve Hader, Ride 5-run 7th to Win

Royals.comJune 27, 2018

MILWAUKEE -- Of all pitchers for the Royals to come to life against, it turned out to be sensational Brewers reliever Josh Hader. Kansas City got two key run-scoring hits and a sacrifice fly against Hader in a five-run seventh inning and grabbed a 5-4 victory over Milwaukee on Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park. The Royals survived a three-run home run off Tim Hill by Brad Miller in the ninth b...

Junis K’s 7, Allows 3 HRs in Loss to Brewers

Royals.comJune 26, 2018

MILWAUKEE -- Two trends continued for the Royals on Tuesday night at Miller Park. Kansas City's offense continued to sputter, and right-hander Jakob Junis continued to give up the long ball. Junis gave up three more home runs and the Brewers rolled to a 5-1 victory. He now has permitted a Major League-leading 22 home runs. Junis gave up five runs on seven hits over five innings, striking out...

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