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David DeJesus 72 175 20:12:1979
Terrence Long 73 190 29:2:1976
Mike Sweeney 73 195 22:7:1973
Matt Stairs 69 175 27:2:1968
Emil Brown 74 195 29:12:1974
Mark Teahen 75 210 6:9:1981
Angel Berroa 71 175 27:1:1978
John Buck 75 210 7:7:1980
Ruben Gotay 71 160 25:12:1982
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The Kansas City Royals are a Major League Baseball team was founded in 1968 as an expansion club. The franchise is based in Kansas City, Missouri and belongs to the Central Division of the American League. Kansas City was devoid of a professional football team when in 1967 Kansas City athletics relocated to Oakland, it happened for the first time in the history of team since 1880’s. Subsequently pharmaceutical tycoon Ewing Kauffman procured the franchise for Kansas City. Royals ranked second in 1971, their second season of existence. No expansion team had given such marvelous performance in their beginning years. Three aspects donated to the swift and persistent triumph. First, the franchise appointed extremely proficient turf managers like Jack McKeon, Whitey Herzog, Jim Frey, and Dick Howser, who shaped youth and veterans into winning groupings. Second, their farm system promptly fashioned a numerous stars, including George Brett, Willie Wilson, and Frank White, and pitchers Paul Splittorff, Steve Busby, Dennis Leonard, and Dan Quisenberry.

And finally the Royals' front office made quite a lot of deals that transported crucial players to Kansas City, such as Hal McRae, Amos Otis, Freddie Patek, John Mayberry, and Cookie Rojas. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Royals polished young stars such as Bo Jackson (the baseball & football All-Star) and Kevin Seitzer and made a few free-agent attainments but always knocked down in their early victories. In their first twenty drives, the Royals were victorious in a World Championship, two AL pennants, six AL Western Division titles, and had seven second-place finishes. In 1980, the club made its first World Series appearance under manager Jim Frey where they faced defeat from Philadelphia Phillies.

The Royals won their first World Series championship title in 1985. After the death of the franchise owner Ewing Kauffman in 1993, team was left without an owner till 2000. David Glass bought the team in 2000, but rising pay made it thorny for Royals to maintain their young and dynamic stars. So it was decided to accommodate players such as Kevin Appier, Johnny Damon and Jermaine Dye, for whatsoever they could acquire rather than drop them to free agency. In 2005, the Royals sustained their youth pressure group, with six of their starting position players, three of their five starting pitchers, and their setup man and closer all under age 30 and one of the smallest payrolls in the Major Leagues. Instead of having such fantastic squad, the team saw the worst season in the history of franchise.

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Royals camp notebook: Meche wants the ball on opening day
Kansas City Star, MO

Other Royals players on World Baseball Classic rosters are: shortstop Mike Aviles, Puerto Rico; pitcher Lenny DiNardo, Italy; pitcher Dylan Lindsay, South Africa; catcher Miguel Olivo, Dominican Republic; pitcher Joakim Soria, Mexico; outfielder Mark ...
Royals' lineup for exhibition opener has newcomers USA Today
Royals' lineup for exhibition opener has newcomers KFVS
Hillman fills out Cactus opener lineup MLB.com
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4A girls basketball: Royals find redemption at 4A tourney
Deseret News, UT

Both players and coaches are looking forward to Wednesday afternoon's quarterfinal game against Springville. The Red Devils beat Roy in a pre-season meeting, but the Royals were without both Jachim, who was sick, and Willard, who was injured. ...


Andrus' emergence one of many Texas Rangers storylines
Dallas Morning News, TX

The exhibition schedule begins today for the Rangers in the annual charity game against the Kansas City Royals at Surprise (Ariz.) Stadium. It's the first of 34 games during an expanded spring training, and the Rangers player most eager to get started ...
Andrus eager to start spring slate TexasRangers.com
What would your Rangers lineup be? Dallas Morning News
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Royals players already working out ahead of reporting deadline
Kansas City Star, MO

Officially, nothing starts until Friday for the Royals. That’s when pitchers and catchers must report into the club’s year-round complex in the northwest corner of the Phoenix metropolitan area. The first official workout isn’t until Saturday. ...
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