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Something’s Gotta Give: Tribe, Royals Play First Of Three Tonight With Matching 3-Game Losing Streaks

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Something’s Gotta Give: Tribe, Royals Play First Of Three Tonight With Matching 3-Game Losing Streaks
Indians and Royals have both lost three straight, seek to get back on winning track in three-game series When last the Indians saw the Kansas City Royals , the two clubs were finishing a split of their four-game series in Missouri with the Royals coming from behind in the ninth inning and winning 3-2, last Thursday. Since then, the Tribe has dropped two more in Minnesota, while Kansas City went …
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Masterson masterful for Indians
Justin Masterson won his fifth straight start, Jack Hannahan homered twice and Shin-Soo Choo hit a three-run shot, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 9-4 win over the visiting Kansas City Royals last night.
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Posted by admin - April 27, 2011 at 8:14 am

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W. Rowing. Kansas Takes First Two Races, But Falls Short in Kansas Cup on Senior Day

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W. Rowing. Kansas Takes First Two Races, But Falls Short in Kansas Cup on Senior Day
Kansas won the First Novice Eight and First Varsity Four Races to jump out to an early 6-0 lead on Senior Day at Wyandotte County Lake, but Kansas State took both Varsity Eight races to ultimately claim the Kansas Cup, 13-6, Saturday morning. The all-time series, which began in 1998, is now tied as each school has hoisted the Kansas Cup seven times.
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MLB: Texas 11, Kansas City 6
ARLINGTON, Texas, April 22 (UPI) — Ian Kinsler put Texas in front for good with the second of his team’s five home runs Friday and the Rangers went on to down Kansas City 11-6.
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M. Basketball. Kansas Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule for 2011-12 Loaded
Many times in the Bill Self era, Kansas men’s basketball has ranked among the national leaders in strength of schedule and even with the Big 12 stiffening its schedule, KU did not let up with its 2011-12 non-conference slate.
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Posted by admin - April 26, 2011 at 8:09 am

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Kansas City Mayor Seeks Re-election After Tough First Term

Kansas City Mayor Seeks Re-election After Tough First Term
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Mark Funkhouser’s first term as Kansas City’s mayor included attempts to recall him, a lawsuit alleging discriminatory hiring practices, accusations of nepotism and constant griping over his leadership style, and yet he’s sure voters will return him to office.
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Let the Games Begin – Royals Take on Rangers
The day has finally come where it all begins. This afternoon the Kansas City Royals will take on the Texas Rangers in Surprise, Arizona in the first 2011 Spring Training game. The lineup for today’s game is as follows- Mike Aviles  3B Melky Cabrera  CF Billy Butler  1B Kila Ka`aihue  DH Jeff Francoeur  RF Alex Gordon  LF Brayan Pena  C Chris Getz  2B Alcides Escobar  SS Per the  KC Star – The …
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Butler Helps Royals To 4-2 Win Over AL Champ Rangers
Billy Butler was born about six months after the Kansas City Royals won the World Series in their last playoff appearance. He got a $ 30 million, four-year contract this winter with hopes of helping end that 25-year postseason drought.
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Posted by admin - February 28, 2011 at 8:11 am

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