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Kennedy, KC Can’t Overcome Rangers HRs

Royals.comJune 19, 2018

KANSAS CITY -- Five of Ian Kennedy's six innings were sharp, but his shaky third frame was the difference in the game. Kennedy gave up five runs and four hits in the Royals' 6-3 loss to the Rangers on Monday night at Kauffman Stadium, with four runs coming in the third inning. After opening the third with a strikeout, Kennedy walked two and allowed a single before Adrian Beltre sent a first-pit...

Royals Trade Herrera to Nats for 3 Prospects

Royals.comJune 18, 2018

KANSAS CITY -- The Royals continued their quest to restock the farm system as they traded closer Kelvin Herrera to the Nationals prior to Monday night's game against the Rangers. In exchange, the Royals acquired three Minor Leaguers: infielder Kelvin Gutierrez, who was ranked as the Nationals' No. 10 prospect by MLB Pipeline, outfielder Blake Perkins, the No. 11 prospect, and right-handed pitch...

Shock Drop Two in Weekend Action

Pat StrathmanJune 18, 2018

The Salina Shock are still looking for win number one of the season. Salina fell to Hutchinson 11-4 Saturday before being blanked by Mulvane 10-0 on Sunday. The Shock sit at 0-7 for the 2018 campaign. In Hutchinson, the Monarchs plated three runs in the second frame. Salina starter Brayden Smith, a collegiate player at Butler County Community College, had that one lone blemish in five innings o...

Royals Foiled in 8th After Keller’s Strong Start

Royals.comJune 17, 2018

KANSAS CITY -- For the second time this week, the Royals held a late lead, which in recent years almost assured them a victory. But those bullpens of yesteryear are but a memory now. The Royals gave up a one-run lead in the ninth inning to start this homestand on Monday in an eventual loss, and the bullpen couldn't hold a one-run lead against the Astros on Sunday afternoon. Right-hander Bran...

Oney Leaving KWU to Return to Alma Mater

KWU Athletics ReleaseJune 16, 2018

Kansas Wesleyan Wrestling coach Matt Oney has resigned his position at Kansas Wesleyan to take a similar position at his alma mater, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) in Worchester, Mass., according to KWU director of athletics Mike Hermann. In two seasons, Oney established a strong culture in the wrestling program at Kansas Wesleyan. He served as the program's coach in its first two season...

Junis Burned by Trio of HRs in Loss to Astros

Royals.comJune 16, 2018

KANSAS CITY -- Royals right-hander Jakob Junis had struck out Astros designated hitter Evan Gattis twice with a heavy dose of sliders. And Junis had Gattis looking confused again on sliders in his third at-bat. But then Junis tried to power a 94-mph four-seam fastball past Gattis, who instead turned it around and belted it for a grand slam to left-center field. The blast turned a one-run Roy...

Central Kansas Outdoors 6-16

Pat StrathmanJune 15, 2018

Join outdoor expert Bob Roberts on Saturday mornings on 1150 KSAL for the latest edition of Central Kansas Outdoors. Bob Roberts has some ideas for fishing on these hot windy days. Smaller bodies of water may be your best choice. Good Channel Catfish fishing can be found in creeks, streams and rivers.  Think purple like in Mulberries! Check back next week for the newest edition of Cen...

AUDIO: Wesleyan Selects Josh Molino to Lead Tennis Programs

KWU Athletics ReleaseJune 14, 2018 Kansas Wesleyan University has announced the hiring of Josh Molino as the new coach of the men's and women's tennis programs according to Vice President and Director of Athletics Mike Hermann. Molino will succeed Bob Warkentine, who retired at the end of the 2018 season after six seasons leading the Coyotes. "Coach Warkentine did an incr...

Newman, Simoneau Selected to K-State Hall of Fame

K-State Athletics ReleaseJune 14, 2018

MANHATTAN, Kan. – K-State Athletics will honor a group of nine outstanding individuals with induction into its Athletics Hall of Fame in September, school officials announced today. The 2018 Hall of Fame class includes Christine Boucher (women’s golf), Rita Graves (women’s track and field), David Hall (men’s basketball), Ed Klimek (FB/MBB/BSB/TF), Margaret Thompson (honorary), Terence N...

Falcons Stay Flawless with Sweep of Concordia

Pat StrathmanJune 14, 2018

The 2018 home opener went exactly like the previous games of the season: perfectly. Richard Davis picked up his third win, Zach Farmer scored four runs, and the Salina Falcons pushed their flawless record to 13-0 after 6-0 and 10-5 victories over Concordia at Dean Evans Stadium. Salina now has five shutouts on the year. Davis was the shining star in the opener. The Ell-Saline product lasted ...




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