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9/3/2015 | Reel deal: Salvy, Colon make highlight plays

Royals catcher Salvador Perez made a remarkable, Gold Glove Award play by sliding feet first and snaring the baseball just in front of the dugout railing to help reliever Chris Young escape a fifth-inning jam against the Tigers on Thursday night.

9/3/2015 | Royals considering Gordon for leadoff spot

Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar, who got a day off from the starting lineup on Thursday, will remain the team's leadoff man, at least until left fielder Alex Gordon, recovering from a strained groin, gets back to full speed.

9/3/2015 | Rios, Herrera on the mend from chickenpox

Royals right fielder Alex Rios and right-hander Kelvin Herrera, both of whom contracted chickenpox when the team played the Rays last weekend, are improving, manager Ned Yost said on Thursday.

9/3/2015 | Royals log 20 hits to win slugfest with Tigers

After scoring 12 runs the previous night, the Royals came back to batter the Tigers' pitching staff again on Thursday in a marathon 15-7 win at Kauffman Stadium.

9/3/2015 | White Sox to open series vs. first-place Royals

John Danks will be in search of his 10th career victory vs. the Royals on Friday as the White Sox begin a three-game series in Kansas City, which will send Kris Medlen to the hill.

9/2/2015 | Cuthbert belts 1st MLB homer in huge game

Royals rookie Cheslor Cuthbert drove a two-run homer into the left-field corner, part of his four-RBI Wednesday night in the Royals' 12-1 win over the Tigers.

9/2/2015 | Volquez seeking elusive victory against Tigers in finale

Royals right-hander Edinson Volquez hasn't lost since the Tigers beat him three weeks ago. He has also beaten every American League Central opponent this season except Detroit, which has toppled him twice. He gets another chance in the rubber game on Thursday night at Kauffman Stadium.

9/2/2015 | Royals will employ shutdown outfield defense

Royals manager Ned Yost said he already is beginning to prepare for those instances when he can insert his shutdown outfield defense of Alex Gordon in left, Jarrod Dyson in center and Lorenzo Cain in right.

9/1/2015 | Cueto's struggles not as bad as they appear

Johnny Cueto was a huge addition for the Royals in July, and his first four starts lived up to expectations. But his last three have all been poor, and now, the Royals must wonder if they have a problem on their hands.

9/1/2015 | Almonte betrayed by fastball in tough debut

Royals rookie right-hander Miguel Almonte made his Major League debut in the seventh inning against the Tigers on Tuesday night and he promptly gave up a single and a two-run homer to Ian Kinsler -- two pivotal runs in a 6-5 loss.

9/1/2015 | Wolf aiming to continue resurgence against Royals

Randy Wolf is enjoying a career revival in the Majors at age 39. Yordano Ventura is experiencing a late-season resurgence at age 24. Their matchup doesn't have the ring of Verlander-Cueto, but it has the makings of an unlikely duel for the middle game between the Tigers and Royals on Wednesday night.

9/1/2015 | Rios, Herrera sidelined with chickenpox virus

Two Royals players have come down with a case of the chicken pox. Outfielder Alex Rios and reliever Kelvin Herrera have both been infected with the disease that could sideline them for up to two weeks.

9/1/2015 | Gordon logs two hits in return against Tigers

The Royals activated outfielder Alex Gordon from the 15-day disabled list Tuesday in one of several roster moves in conjunction with September roster expansion.

9/1/2015 | Fall League rosters packed with elite prospects

Philadelphia's J.P. Crawford, St. Louis' Alex Reyes and Pittsburgh's Austin Meadows are among nine Top 100 Prospects on the preliminary 2015 rosters released by the Arizona Fall League on Tuesday.

9/1/2015 | No rules this time around for Joba

Joba Chamberlain is never one to back down from a challenge. He is not about to start now. Twenty-three days shy of his 30th birthday, Chamberlain is in the Minor Leagues, working out of the bullpen for the Omaha Storm Chasers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Kansas City Royals.