Batter Up and Fry: Tailgating Treats. “Chicken Tortilla Soup”

Batter Up and Fry: Tailgating Treats. “Chicken Tortilla Soup”

The World Series is heating up. Keep that warmth going strong with a big pot of this chicken tortilla soup to sustain you through the evening and Game 3. Pasilla chiles give this b ...

League’s Best Defense Earns Four Gold Glove Finalist

League’s Best Defense Earns Four Gold Glove Finalist

Rawlings announced their Gold Glove Finalist on Thursday and with little surprise the Kansas City Royals were among the top teams in the league with four finalist. 2013 winners Ale ...

Ventura Has Proven Himself Big League Ready…..Again

Ventura Has Proven Himself Big League Ready…..Again

You knew they weren’t going down without a fight. Time and time again this year, the Royals have fallen behind and been beaten down. After a Gregor Blanco solo shot to open the gam ...

Royals Respond Win Game 2

Royals Respond Win Game 2

(Photo via AP) For the first three playoff series (Oakland a series?) the Royals had a rather large hole in the bottom third of their lineup as Omar Infante and Sal Perez struggled ...

This Date In Royals History–October 22, 1985

This Date In Royals History–October 22, 1985

1985: Bret Saberhagen pitched a gem, and the Royals’ offense backed him up with six runs, including a long home run by Frank White, as the Royals defeated the Cardinals 6-1 at Busc ...

Thank You, Royals

Thank You, Royals

You might think this is a hard thing to write, but I find it pretty easy, actually. As Royals fans, we all should be thanking this franchise. Yes, they are just doing what they’re ...

Shields Lacks Stones, Giants and Bumgarner Have Plenty in Game One

Shields Lacks Stones, Giants and Bumgarner Have Plenty in Game One

Big Game James was far from that in the Royals first World Series game in 29 years. From the first inning when the Giants battered the changeless Shields for three runs there was n ...

This Date In Royals History–October 21, 1980

This Date In Royals History–October 21, 1980

1980: Steve Carlton handcuffed the Royals, allowing just four hits in seven innings while striking out seven, as the Phillies captured a World Series title by defeating the Royals ...

Kansas City Royals fans………………We Ready?

Kansas City Royals fans………………We Ready?

Here we are Kansas City; the WORLD SERIES is here.  And OUR Royals are playing in it!  No really, go check for yourself!  I've been trying to wake up from this 3-week long dream to ...

Some World Series Numbers That Benefit the Royals (And Mean Nothing)

Some World Series Numbers That Benefit the Royals (And Mean Nothing)

As our nerves begin to run high with the Kansas City Royals hosting game one of the World Series tonight against the San Francisco Giants, one of the big talking points we hear is ...

Pine Tar Podcast World Series Preview 10.20.14

Pine Tar Podcast World Series Preview 10.20.14

David and Clint preview the upcoming World Series with the San Francisco Giants with a large focus on Game 1 that features superb Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner. Also featured on t ...

Batter Up and Fry: Tailgating Treats. “Chicken Tortilla Soup”

The World Series is heating up. Keep that warmth going strong with a big pot of this chicken tortilla soup to sustain you through the evening and Game 3. Pasilla chiles give this broth a rich depth, but don’t add as much spicy heat as you’d imagine. If you like a little more kick consider adding chili flakes along with the other spices or slicing up some fresh jalapenos for a garnish. Chicken Tortilla Soup ...

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League’s Best Defense Earns Four Gold Glove Finalist

Rawlings announced their Gold Glove Finalist on Thursday and with little surprise the Kansas City Royals were among the top teams in the league with four finalist. 2013 winners Alex Gordon, Eric Hosmer and Salvador Perez were again nominated for the Rawlings Gold Glove and should all be heavy favorites to take home the award at their positions. Joining the Gold threesome is shortstop Alcides Escobar, who wa ...

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Ventura Has Proven Himself Big League Ready…..Again

You knew they weren’t going down without a fight. Time and time again this year, the Royals have fallen behind and been beaten down. After a Gregor Blanco solo shot to open the game, the “Here we go again” narratives began writing themselves. Enter Billy Butler and the Royals offense. Shut down the night before by one of the game’s premiere pitchers, the bats came alive and propelled the Royals to a 7-2 vic ...

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Royals Respond Win Game 2

(Photo via AP) For the first three playoff series (Oakland a series?) the Royals had a rather large hole in the bottom third of their lineup as Omar Infante and Sal Perez struggled to gets hits let alone put together decent at bats. It appeared the duo needed some rest to get their bats grooving and a five day break prior to the World Series offered just the right amount of time to get them healthy and hitt ...

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This Date In Royals History–October 22, 1985

1985: Bret Saberhagen pitched a gem, and the Royals’ offense backed him up with six runs, including a long home run by Frank White, as the Royals defeated the Cardinals 6-1 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis. Saberhagen worked a complete game, allowing just six hits and a walk while striking out eight. The Cardinals’ lone run came in the sixth, on singles by Ozzie Smith, Tom Herr, and Jack Clark. But by then the ...

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Thank You, Royals

You might think this is a hard thing to write, but I find it pretty easy, actually. As Royals fans, we all should be thanking this franchise. Yes, they are just doing what they’re supposed to do by making it to the World Series, but I think we all know that it’s not that easy. Of course, part of that has been some luck—I don’t think even the most optimistic fan would argue that this is the “best” team in th ...

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Shields Lacks Stones, Giants and Bumgarner Have Plenty in Game One

Big Game James was far from that in the Royals first World Series game in 29 years. From the first inning when the Giants battered the changeless Shields for three runs there was no escaping for Shields. It started in the very first at bat with former Royal Gregor Blanco singling on a change up that Shields left up. Following a productive Joe Panik at bat Pablo Sandoval put the Giants on the board with a do ...

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This Date In Royals History–October 21, 1980

1980: Steve Carlton handcuffed the Royals, allowing just four hits in seven innings while striking out seven, as the Phillies captured a World Series title by defeating the Royals 4-1 at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. The Phillies won the Series four games to two. It was appropriate that the final game was won by Philadelphia pitching and the bat of Mike Schmidt, who was named the Series MVP after hittin ...

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Kansas City Royals fans………………We Ready?

Here we are Kansas City; the WORLD SERIES is here.  And OUR Royals are playing in it!  No really, go check for yourself!  I've been trying to wake up from this 3-week long dream to snap back to reality, but it appears I've been awake all along.  All season long, I've given you the wittiest, funniest, smartest, most insightful look at different aspects of the Kansas City Royals.  Every Tuesday at 10AM, you'v ...

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Some World Series Numbers That Benefit the Royals (And Mean Nothing)

As our nerves begin to run high with the Kansas City Royals hosting game one of the World Series tonight against the San Francisco Giants, one of the big talking points we hear is that there's just too much down time for the Royals between the end of the ALCS and the beginning of the World Series. That talking point has been mitigated somewhat by the fact that the Giants have just one less day of rest after ...

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Pine Tar Podcast World Series Preview 10.20.14

David and Clint preview the upcoming World Series with the San Francisco Giants with a large focus on Game 1 that features superb Giants lefty Madison Bumgarner. Also featured on this podcast Dayton Moore to Atlanta is discussed, Ned Yost comfort level, the play of Eric Hosmer as well as predictions for series MVP. Special Thanks to Ryan Witkowski for allowing us to use his intro. Follow him @RyanWitkowski ...

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“Party Like It’s 1985” Werner Park Watch Party Wednesday

Free event will allow fans on the Werner Park field starting at 6:00 p.m. OMAHA, Neb. — In a celebration of the 29th Anniversary of the Royals last Championship appearance the Omaha Storm Chasers, Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals, are hosting a “Party Like It’s 1985” Party this Wednesday at Werner Park.  The event is free and open to the public. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. through the Storm Fro ...

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World Series Game 2 Look Ahead

After falling to the San Francisco Giants in game one of the 2014 World Series, the Kansas City Royals look to get back on track in game two as they send their rookie sensation, Yordano Ventura, to the mound in his first career start against the Giants, and obviously his first career World Series start. He'll be opposed by Jake Peavy, who is pitching in the World Series for the second consecutive year after ...

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World Series Preview: Kansas City Royals vs. San Francisco Giants

Destiny vs. Dynasty. That's what some are dubbing this World Series matchup between the Kansas City Royals and the San Francisco Giants, and it isn't a bad description as the Giants are looking for their third World Series title while the Royals have had a charmed postseason in their first trip to the postseason in 29 years. A lot are talking about how evenly matched these two teams are, and I'd agree with ...

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Mixed Bag 10.17.14

Zimmer Update - Keith Law wrote that Zimmer or Tyler Glasnow of the Pirates were the best starting pitching prospects that he's seen so far. That is pretty impressive considering he's also seen Archie Bradley, Taijuan Walker and Mark Appel. All Zimmer did to backup that declaration Monday was strikeout 11 hitters in just 5 innings of work including nine outs in a row from the 2nd through 5th innings. Checko ...

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SungWoo Series

For many Kansas Citians, seeing a World Series has only been part of a bedtime story or a late-night bar discussion. When Darryl Motley caught the final out of the 1985 World Series, the Royals sat dormant for 29 years. 많은 캔자스 시티 시민에게 월드 시리즈를 본다는 건 잠들기 전에 부모님에게 들은 옛날 이야기나 밤늦게까지 잔을 기울이면서 논하는 주제의 일부였습니다. 1985년 월드 시리즈에서 데릴 모틀리(Darryl Motley)가 마지막 아웃을 잡은 이후 로열스는 29년이라는 깊은 잠에 빠져 버렸습니다. For 20 of those years a ma ...

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Friday Notes

We did it. The Kansas City Royals are the 2014 American League champions. How freaking cool is that? I'm not much for saying "we" when talking about my favorite teams because what role do "we" really play in their success or failure? I don't think a lot, but I do think the fans have had a hand in this run with the great crowd support during the games. But more importantly, we endured. We endured losing seas ...

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Batter Up and Fry: Tailgating Treats. “Everything Flatbread”

This post-season has been EVERYTHING to loyal Royals fans. Waiting for years for this fairy tale story of 8 straight wins taking them into the World Series (!!!). The joy and pride are overflowing and celebrations are taking place everywhere you turn. It’s almost too much to try to put all of that into just one dish for a party. So I’m going to go all in and give you the Everything Flatbread: pizza dough to ...

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#BringBackSungWoo

The story. The incredible story. The incredible story of the 2014 Kansas City Royals. Any story written about the Royals and their unbelievable run to the World Series contains hundreds of moments and images and names. There’s Alex Gordon laying on the Kauffman Stadium’s left field turf raising his glove and ball in the air. There is Terrence Gore scoring from second base on a wild pitch. There’s a man who ...

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We Came, We Saw, We’re Here

“Kansas City, you’ve got a World Series.” As only a Hall of Fame voice like Denny Matthews could put it, the impossible has become reality. Some things cannot be scripted until the moment actually happens. For years Royals managers, players and most importantly fans have envisioned the day the World Series would return to Kansas City. In no way, shape or form could someone dream up this scenario. From down ...

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