• 02.

    Royals Guide to the Postseason

    Ryan Schinstock / Publisher

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  • 03.

    Omaha Storm Chasers:: Season Review

    Brent Kalwei / RoyalCurve Staff

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  • 04.

    Is the .300 Hitter a Vanishing Breed?

    Bill Gilbert / Special to The Cardinal Nation

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  • 01.

    The Kansas City Royals: Who Are These Guys?

    Ryan Schinstock / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Royals Guide to the Postseason

    Ryan Schinstock / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Omaha Storm Chasers:: Season Review

    Brent Kalwei / RoyalCurve Staff

    Full Story
  • 04.

    Is the .300 Hitter a Vanishing Breed?

    Bill Gilbert / Special to The Cardinal Nation

    Full Story
  • 01.

    The Kansas City Royals: Who Are These Guys?

    Ryan Schinstock / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 02.

    Royals Guide to the Postseason

    Ryan Schinstock / Publisher

    Full Story
  • 03.

    Omaha Storm Chasers:: Season Review

    Brent Kalwei / RoyalCurve Staff

    Full Story

Wild Card Preview: Battle of the Bullpens

With Jon Lester and James Shields squaring off in the Wild Card game on Tuesday, it is possible that neither the Oakland A’s nor the Kansas City Royals will need to make a call to the bullpen. However, chances are greater that both teams will look to their bullpens at some point in the game. How do the two teams’ bullpens stack-up?

Wild Card Preview: Will Royals Run Wild?

The Kansas City Royals were the best team in the American League at stealing bases in 2014. The Oakland A's struggled to control the running game defensively. Will speed on the bases determine the winner of the American League Wild Card game?

Wild Card Preview: Jon Lester v James Shields

On Tuesday, September 30, the Oakland A's and the Kansas City Royals will battle for the right to play in the American League Division Series. The A's and Royals will call on their staff aces in that game. We take a close look at the expected starting pitchers in the AL Wild Card game: Jon Lester and James Shields.

Top 5 Young Hurlers

Over the past half decade, pitchers such as Clayton Kershaw, Felix Hernandez and Chris Sale have been the standard for successful pitching in Major League Baseball. There are a number of young rising stars who are on their way to becoming the next in line of dominant starting pitchers.

A Royal Pep Talk

Ned Yost has done a decent job of keeping his Royals playing on an even keel and not allowing any mounting playoff expectations distract them from the day-to-day grind of being major league baseball players. However, there comes a time when players need to step up. They need to be told that playing playoff baseball is vastly different than playing June baseball. What they need is a pep talk.

Scouting The MLB - September 2

We've got plenty of solid stacking options and value plays to help you craft some balanced lineups this Tuesday

Should Interleague Intrude on Pennant Races?

OAKLAND -- Interleague play used to be an early-season novelty. Now, it has expanded all the way into September, and it's having a big impact on pennant races.

AL Playoff Predictions

The Major League Baseball season is nearing the final quarter of the season and there is still a lot to be settled in an intense American League playoff race. Who will be playing in October and who will be sitting at home watching their foes on television? Find out below.

Moore Content with Roster at Trade Deadline

The Major League Baseball world just witnessed one of the wildest trade deadlines in recent memory. Big names such as David Price, Yoenis Cespedes and Jon Lester all found new homes in the middle of a tight American League postseason race. The Royals are in thick of the playoff race and chose to do nothing.

Scouting The MLB - July 27

Check out our top DFS plays, value picks, and stacking options in today's publicly available column

Scouting The MLB - July 20

Check out Sunday's top DFS plays before setting your lineups.

Boys in Blue Look to Surge in Second Half

The first half of the 2014 Kansas City Royals season has been filled with more ups and downs than a roller coaster ride. The Boys In Blue look to party like it's 1985 over the next few months as they prepare themselves for a playoff push.