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2020 Schedule
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6d

Holland hopes to bounce back in return to Royals

Greg Holland, a member of the dominant Royals relief corps that helped lead the team to back-to-back World Series, hopes to bounce back from his recent struggles in a return to Kansas City.

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8d

Boxberger, Rodriguez agree to deals with Marlins

Right-hander Brad Boxberger and utilityman Sean Rodriguez agreed to terms on minor league deals with the Miami Marlins that include invitations to big league spring training.

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9d

Royals' Perez: Elbow at 90% after missing '19

Royals catcher Salvador Perez, who missed all of the 2019 season after having Tommy John surgery, says his elbow is "very close to 100 [percent] to be able to do anything."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Kendrys Morales talked to me about his decision to retire after a 13-year MLB career: “It was a hard decision but everything in life must come to an end. I spent many years, starting in Cuba, playing baseball and lost a lot of time with my family. That's one of the reasons why I made the decision to retire, to make up for lost time. Baseball has also changed, and maybe veteran players like me are not valued, so it's the best time for this decision. It's the right decision for me and my family.”

William Weinbaum ESPN 

Chris Young, who pitched for 5 teams in a 13-yr career and was a 2007 All-Star, was promoted by MLB to Senior VP Thu. & will oversee its on-field operations & umpiring departments. Now 40, he joined the commissioner's office two years ago and is to manage issues such as playing rules & regulations, on-field standards & discipline and pace of play.

AP Photo/Carlos Osorio
28d

Royals' Perez becomes U.S. citizen at fan event

Royals catcher Salvador Perez took his oath of citizenship on Friday during the team's annual FanFest, the completion of a five-year process that he described as long and difficult but well worth it.

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35d

Former Royals owner David Glass dies at 84

David Glass, who bought the Kansas City Royals in 2000, died last week at the age of 84, the team announced. Under Glass' ownership, the team reached the World Series in 2014 and won the title in 2015.

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42d

Royals agree with OF Soler on $7.3M deal for 2020

The Royals and slugging outfielder Jorge Soler agreed to a $7.3 million contract for next season, allowing the sides to avoid salary arbitration Friday and keep things amicable between them as they explore a long-term deal.

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43dESPN.com

2020 MLB arbitration tracker

Friday was the deadline for teams and arbitration-eligible players to agree on salaries or exchange desired numbers for 2020. Recapping a hectic day of contract decisions.

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53d

Twins bolster rotation with veterans Hill, Bailey

Veteran free-agent pitchers Rich Hill and Homer Bailey have reached deals with the Twins. Hill went 4-1 for the Dodgers in 2019, while Bailey was 13-9 with the A's and Royals.

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Team Stats

  • Pitching
  • Batting
Earned Run Average5.2027th
Quality Starts5911th
WHIP1.4829th
BAA.27328th
Runs69126th
Batting Average.24719th
On Base Percentage.30925th
Slugging Percentage.40127th