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Royals sign Jason Kendall to minor-league deal

By Dayn Perry | Baseball Writer
The Royals' organization just got a little grittier. (AP/San Francisco Chronicle)

In what can be described only as "the most Royals move ever," those Royals have signed veteran catcher Jason Kendall to a minor-league contract.

The 38-year-old Kendall, whom duty compels us to refer to as "grizzled" and "fiery," hasn't played in the majors since 2010, and even then he managed a paltry slash line of just .256/.318/.297. Truth be told, he hasn't had a productive season with the bat since 2004.

The Royals have dispatched Kendall to Double-A Northwest Arkansas, where he's expected to be in the lineup on Friday. To what end isn't clear.

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