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Topeka Capital-Journal Apr 28, 2015

Big seventh inning leads Royals past Indians

CLEVELAND — Kendrys Morales’ three-run homer capped a six-run seventh inning and the Kansas City Royals beat the Cleveland Indians 11-5 on Tuesday night. Kansas City’s big inning came after Cleveland had taken a 5-3 lead on Brandon Moss’ three-run homer in the sixth. Alcides Escobar’s two-run double off Scott Atchison (0-1) tied the game. Escobar scored the go-ahead run from second on Mike Moustakas’ infield hit and Morales later hit his third homer of the season to dead center off Bryan Shaw. read more
Halos Heaven Apr 27, 2015

Is It Time For Arte Moreno to Sell the Angels?

Bungle after bungle leaves Anaheim thinking the unthinkable... The Josh Hamilton debacle will likely climax Monday afternoon. The curse of Buttercup triumphs again. On a $125 Million contract, Arte Moreno will get a rebate of seven million dollars from the Texas Rangers and six million dollars that HamBone would have paid in California state income tax. For his $112 Million, Arte got 31 HamBone home runs, tons of bad press, the enmity of the players union and one season of Jason Vargas for Kendrys Morales (traded immediately after the HamBone signing). And he's lost the trust many fans once...

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    Ryan Madson

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  • Jeremy Guthrie

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  • Jason Vargas

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  • Eric Hosmer

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  • Danny Duffy

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  • Mike Moustakas

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  • Yordano Ventura

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  • Kelvin Herrera

    Ventura, two relievers shut out Reds 3-0

  • Alex Gordon

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