The Royals are going back to the postseason. They clinched their first division title since 1985 on Thursday night.
It's easy to get attached to your high-ceiling Fantasy players, but success depends on knowing when to cut ties. Al Melchior shares a few hard lessons from this season.
Let's devote some time to those position players and pitchers who've been highly valuable this season despite not logging a qualifying number of plate appearances/innings. Not a slideshow!
The jobs of both Matt Williams and Terry Collins could hang in the balance of the NL East race
After almost two months on the shelf, the Royals welcome back All-Star Alex Gordon.
After a wild winter and almost as wild summer of trades and transactions, with one more dealing deadline only days away, it's time to take a look at the best moves of the past calendar year.
A.J. Hinch, Ned Yost and John Gibbons are the front-runners, but Jeff Banister is surging in the AL manager of the year race.
The Royals will soon have Alex Gordon back and could bench Omar Infante and Alex Rios, meaning the best team in the AL is about to get better.
At what point does matchup overrule talent? Thursday is a great test.
There are many promising pitching options like David Price and Dallas Keuchel, but Heath Cummings banks on Max Scherzer against Matt Cain and the Giants.

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