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By Stevie Ray

You want to know why the Royals have built an organization that is a ‘legitimate’ contender to win championships?
Well, it’s because they have a regime that not only understands the most essential elements to success, but also acts upon it.

It’s pitching/defense:

1. A starting rotation that logs innings.
2. A bullpen that shuts the door in late innings and shortens the game.
3. An athletic defense that catches the ball and saves runs.

This is the aspect of the game where the Royals can’t afford to be content with mediocrity. Of course there is no blueprint to a championship, and nothing is ever guaranteed, Read more…

By Mike Florio

As the five players who were slapped with the franchise tag in February arrive at the deadline for doing a long-term deal with their current teams, the circumstances may be different but, in the end, the analysis is the same. For each player, the challenge will be to compare what would be earned under the…
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By Mike Florio

With less than a day remaining for working out a long-term deal between teams and franchise-tagged players, the Chiefs and linebacker Justin Houston are working toward a possible deal. Right now, a source with knowledge of the process pegs the chances of a deal at 50-50, not because it’s a coin-flip proposition but because it…
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By Mike Florio

For months, there has been no real progress between the Chiefs and franchise-tagged linebacker Justin Houston on a long-term deal. It that’s going to change, it’s going to change soon. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, nothing is currently happening between the Chiefs and Houston. It’s expected that talks will renew on Tuesday,…
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By Curtis Crabtree

Only one player was selected during Thursday’s Supplemental Draft, but Isaiah Battle isn’t the only player eligible for the draft to find himself on an NFL roster. According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Kansas City Chiefs have signed Kansas cornerback Kevin Short to a standard three-year undrafted rookie contract. Short left the…
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By kcvet

Ken Stabler, who quarterbacked the Oakland Raiders to a win in Super Bowl XI has died at the age of 69, the Raiders confirmed Thursday. The University of Alabama passed along a statement from the family, which says Stabler died of colon cancer.

Stabler, nicknamed “The Snake,” was a four-time Pro Bowler in the NFL. He won two NCAA titles as a backup quarterback at Alabama, and led the 1966 team to an undefeated record.

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