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80-82, 3rd in AL Cent

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Beltrán me dijo en exclusiva que estaría interesado en la vacante de dirigente de los Yankees. A continuación la cita de nuestra entrevista uno a uno después de anunciar oficialmente su retiro: "Yo personalmente pienso ese es un puesto fenomenal; un puesto de impacto increíble. No solamente para los peloteros que ya yo tuve la oportunidad de compartir con ellos, sino para uno seguir haciendo cosas positivas. Al final del día, sí. Uno tiene que escuchar, porque no todos los días esa vacante está disponible para buscar manager en las Grandes Ligas. Imagínate, Joe (Girardi) estuvo ahí 10 años. Uno nunca sabe, las oportunidades que Dios nos brinda, y si tengo (la oportunidad de entrevistar), no la voy a descartar."

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Beltran told me that he would be interested in interviewing for the Yankees manager position. Here's Beltran's quote from our exclusive one-on-one interview after officially announcing his retirement: "I personally think that's a great job; a position with an incredible impact ... it's not every day that there are vacancies available for managing in the Major Leagues. Just think of this, Joe Girardi was there for 10 years. You never know, there are opportunities that God gives us, and if I get an opportunity (to interview) I will not rule it out."

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Yost after fall shattered pelvis: 'Glad to be alive'

Royals manager Ned Yost shattered his pelvis and fractured four ribs last week when he fell out of a tree while checking a tree stand on his property. He'll be in a wheelchair for at least two months.

Marly Rivera ESPN Writer 

Carlos Beltrán announces he's retiring. Beltrán had a 20-year MLB career, playing for seven different teams, and just won his first World Series ring with the Houston Astros.

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Hosmer wins first career Silver Slugger Award

Royals 1B Eric Hosmer was announced as an American League Silver Slugger Award winner on Thursday. The award honors the best offensive player at each position in each league. Hosmer posted a .318 batting average and .882 OPS with 25 home runs and 94 RBIs while playing in all 162 games for Kansas City this past season.

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Ranking all 30 clubs by triumphs and fails: Royals

The Royals played meaningful baseball into September, but the core of the 2014-15 World Series rosters is leaving this winter, and there hasn't been a lot of talent coming up behind them.

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Lopez launches first AFL homer

Royals prospect Nicky Lopez added power to his Arizona Fall League resume Tuesday, homering as part of a 2-for-5 effort for the Surprise Saguaros. Lopez leads the league with a .385 average.

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The best and the brightest

The nine 2017 Gold Glove winners from the American League were announced on Tuesday night. The Twins, Angels and Royals each have two players receiving the honor this year.

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Royals LF Alex Gordon wins his 5th career Gold Glove Award. He rated very well at defending the deep-hit ball. Gordon's 2 HR robberies were 1 shy of the MLB lead.

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Royals 1B Eric Hosmer wins his 4th career Gold Glove Award. That ties Adrián González for most by an active first baseman. Hosmer led the AL with 34 "scoops" (difficult throws handled). His misplays and errors total, as tracked by Sports Info Solutions, was the lowest of his career, and that came in a season in which he played a career-high 157 games.

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Arenado, Heyward, Gordon win 5th Gold Gloves

Nolan Arenado, Jason Heyward and Alex Gordon each earned a fifth Rawlings Gold Glove Award on Tuesday night. Derek Jeter and Reggie Jackson this week will receive special recognition for charitable work and lifetime achievement, respectively.

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Bradshaw, Eldred promoted on Royals' staff

The Royals have promoted Terry Bradshaw to hitting coach and Cal Eldred to pitching coach as part of a series of moves Tuesday to manager Ned Yost's coaching staff.

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Moustakas, Arrieta among 9 with $17.4M offers

Free agency officially began at 5 p.m. ET Monday, and several notable players -- including Chicago Cubs pitcher Jake Arrieta -- received $17.4 million qualifying offers from their teams.

Team Stats

  • Batting
  • Pitching
Batting Average.25910th
On Base Percentage.31128th
Slugging Percentage.42021st
Earned Run Average4.6120th
Quality Starts6422nd

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