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Twinkie Town May 23, 2016

Series Preview: Royals at Twins

Maybe we can win one of these. After losing the series 1-3 to the Blue Jays, the Twins welcome the Kansas City Royals to Target Field for a three game series. The Royals come in having won 6 of 9, on the strength of some solid pitching. The Twins aren't very good. Who's hot Kurt Suzuki: 5-14, HR Paulo Orlando: 9-14, 2 2B, 3B, HR Who's not (and I couldn't include just one Twin here...) Trevor Plouffe: 0-16 Byung Ho Park: 1-22 Brian Dozier: 3-27 Kendrys Morales: 2-19 Rival SBNation site: Royals Review Game 1 Monday, May 23rd, 7:10 PM CDT Probables: Ian Kennedy vs Ricky Nolasco Plouffe is...
Lookout Landing May 21, 2016

Mariners Get Our Nose, Give It Back, Win 8-3

We were confused and scared, and then we laughed all night The Mariners rolled into Cincinnati today with a little pep in their step, a fresh feather in their cap, a nice cut to their jib, having taken a series from the AL East-leading Orioles, and promptly re-enacted the Roadside Wave TV trope. There were so many things that were so annoying about this game, like a pebble in your shoe if the pebble was made of battery acid and your shoe was made of sandpaper and also you're riding a tandem bike with Kendrys Morales and he's making you do all the work. Anyway, here are some things that were...
Plain Dealer May 8, 2016

Cleveland Indians' Cody Anderson keeps getting hurt by the home run

Kansas City's Kendrys Morales hit a 442-foot homer off Cody Anderson in the first inning Saturday and that was essentially the ballgame.
News-Herald May 7, 2016
Kansas City Royals 7, Cleveland Indians 0: Cody Anderson loses in return

Kansas City Royals 7, Cleveland Indians 0: Cody Anderson loses in return

A brief stint in the International League did little to help Cody Anderson in his return to the majors.The right-hander surrendered a three-run homer to Kendrys Morales in the first inning May 7, giving the Kansas City Royals all the offense they needed in a 7-0 victory over the Indians.Anderson (0-2) settled down after the opening frame, lasting five innings and allowing four runs on six hits, but the damage was done as Cleveland had its four-game winning streak snapped.

Royals break out of slump in rout against Tribe

CLEVELAND — Ian Kennedy and Kendrys Morales returned the Kansas City Royals to their winning formula Saturday. Kennedy pitched four-hit ball for seven innings, Morales hit a three-run homer and drove in four runs, and Kansas City blanked the Cleveland Indians 7-0. “That’s just what the doctor ordered,” Royals manager Ned Yost said. “A really good pitching performance by Ian. Kendrys took some pressure off him and he took it from there.” read more

Royals 7, Indians 0: Ryan Lewis’ 16 Walk-Off Thoughts on Cody Anderson and familiar issues

Here are 16 Walk-Off Thoughts after the Indians’ 7-0 loss to the Kansas City Royals. 1. It appears as though Cody Anderson’s home run issues haven’t yet been resolved, though Saturday’s three-run home run by Kendrys Morales was the result of a different problem. 2. Anderson has been closing off his delivery, which has led to him not being able to drive the ball down in the zone like he’s used to, which has led to seven home runs allowed in five starts. The Indians are still working with him on this. 3. Said pitching coach Mickey Callaway about his home run problems,...
Plain Dealer May 7, 2016

Cody Anderson gives it up early as Cleveland Indians fall to Kansas City, 7-0

Cody Anderson gave up a mammoth three-run homer to Kendrys Morales in the first inning Saturday as the Royals dashed the Tribe's four-game winning streak.
Plain Dealer May 7, 2016
Ian Kennedy, Kendrys Morales push Kansas City Royals past Cleveland Indians: DMan's Report, Game 27

Ian Kennedy, Kendrys Morales push Kansas City Royals past Cleveland Indians: DMan's Report, Game 27

The Cleveland Indians' winning streak ended at four Saturday when the Kansas City Royals rolled, 7-0, behind right-hander Ian Kennedy.

Royals notebook: Ned Yost says Kendrys Morales not in a slump

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — To hear Kansas City Royals manager Ned Yost tell it, there is a big difference between a player being in a slump and simply not getting hits. According to Yost, Royals designated hitter Kendrys Morales fits into that latter category. “When you’re in a slump, you’re not seeing the ball very well,” Yost said before Wednesday’s series finale against Washington at Kauffman Stadium. “And you’re not hitting the ball hard.” Morales, of course, is putting together solid and sometimes loud contact, but there’s just one problem. He’s had little to show for...

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