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Miguel Cabrera's recovery from ankle surgery could linger into …

Miguel Cabrera's recovery from ankle surgery could linger into 2015 season

yahoo.com Updated Oct 25 (5 days ago)
The Detroit Tigers season ended earlier then they'd hoped and in very disappointing fashion after they were swept by the Baltimore Orioles in the ALDS. Now their offseason is getting off to a pretty rough start too after the team learned that Miguel Cab…
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  • Wait is over: Fall Classic returns to Kansas City

    Wait is over: Fall Classic returns to Kansas City

    MLB.com Oct 20
    Six days after celebrating an American League pennant in front of their own fans by dispatching the Orioles, the Royals will host the Giants in the first World Series matchup between the clubs. First pitch in Game 1 of the best-of-seven series is schedu…
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  • Surprising contributors led unheralded club to first place

    Surprising contributors led unheralded club to first place

    MLB.com Oct 20
    An ALCS sweep that ended their season notwithstanding, the Orioles had an excellent season that was boosted primarily by acquisitions and reserves who filled in for unavailable All-Stars.
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  • Tigers' outfield prospect Moya slugs homer

    Tigers' outfield prospect Moya slugs homer

    MLB.com Oct 19
    Steven Moya, who hit .276 with 33 doubles and 35 home runs at Double-A this year, connected on his first home run of the Arizona Fall League on Saturday night. Orioles prospect Zach Davies scattered two hits across four innings, striking out seven and e…
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  • Could the Yankees ever be Royals? Young and athletic K.C. is ev…

    Could the Yankees ever be Royals? Young and athletic K.C. is everything that Bombers are not

    This was after Game 2 of the ALCS in Baltimore, in which the resurgent Royals had just beaten the Orioles at their own game again, and a couple of scouts were discussing the way the series was going.
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  • Roberts hangs up cleats after 14 years in Majors

    Roberts hangs up cleats after 14 years in Majors

    Second baseman Brian Roberts is retiring, according to The Baltimore Sun. The 37-year-old Roberts spent 13 of his 14 Major League seasons with the Orioles and played his last year with the Yankees.
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  • Offseason begins as Orioles pack bags

    Offseason begins as Orioles pack bags

    MLB.com Oct 17
    Technically, baseball season still lasts at least another week. For the Orioles, it's over. The boxes and bags that filled the home clubhouse at Oriole Park at Camden Yards on Friday afternoon were only a reminder of that.
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  • Charles sees 1969 Mets in 2014 Royals

    Charles sees 1969 Mets in 2014 Royals

    MLB.com Oct 16
    As the surprise party raged on in the Royals' clubhouse Wednesday evening -- surprise, the Royals had swept the Orioles in the American League Championship Series -- a man with strong ties to Kansas City baseball celebrated in a more modest manner in hi…
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  • How the Kansas City Royals got to the World Series

    How the Kansas City Royals got to the World Series

    yahoo.com Oct 16
    The nearly three decades of frustration and disappointment that have relentlessly engulfed the Kansas City Royals organization were finally lifted on Wednesday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium. With a 2-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles, the Royals comp…
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  • How the Kansas City Royals got to the World Series

    How the Kansas City Royals got to the World Series

    yahoo.com Oct 16
    The nearly three decades of frustration and disappointment that have relentlessly engulfed the Kansas City Royals organization were finally lifted on Wednesday afternoon at Kauffman Stadium. With a 2-1 victory over the Baltimore Orioles, the Royals comp…
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  • With trip to World Series, Yost proves detractors wrong

    With trip to World Series, Yost proves detractors wrong

    MLB.com Oct 16
    On Wednesday, manager Ned Yost and his Royals completed a sweep of the Orioles in the American League Championship Series to advance to the World Series for the third time in franchise history. Yost, often questioned for the rigidity of his bullpen usag…
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  • Video - Cain On Making WS 01:55

    Cain On Making WS

    Oct 15
    ALCS MVP Lorenzo Cain discusses his solid play this postseason, the patience of Royals manager Ned Yost and looking forward to playing in the World Series.
  • Video - Royals Sweep Orioles, Advance To World Series 03:34

    Royals Sweep Orioles, Advance To World Series

    Oct 15
    The Royals beat the Orioles 2-1 in Game 4 of the ALCS to advance to the World Series for the first time since 1985.
  • Video - Butler: "Worth The Wait" 01:04

    Butler: "Worth The Wait"

    Oct 15
    Tim Kurkjian speaks with Royals DH Billy Butler about the team advancing to the World Series for the first time since 1985.
  • Video - Gordon On Royals' Win 01:23

    Gordon On Royals' Win

    Oct 15
    Royals left fielder Alex Gordon speaks with Tim Kurkian about the Royals' undefeated start to the postseason and looking ahead to the World Series.

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